16th World Congress of Anaesthesiologists

28 August - 2 September 2016
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre

Deborah Padfield

Affiliation: Slade School of Fine Art University College London, LONDON, United Kingdom;

Award / titles received: PhD: 2013 MASK:MIRROR:MEMBRANE The photograph as a mediating space in clinical and creative pain encounters UCL Beacon Bursary for public engagement 2015 UCH Friends, small grant 2015 UCL Public Engagement, Train & Engage Award   2015 UCL Grand Challenges, small grant 2014 UCH Friends, small grant 2014 CHIRP Interdisciplinary Fellowship, Slade School of Fine Art, UCL  2013 - 2016 UCL Provosts Award for Public Engagement (Winner, research student category) 2013 British Pain Society Artist of the Year  2012 AHRC Doctoral Award  2008-12 Arts Council England, Grants for the Arts, for face 2 face, artists residency  2008 Derek Hill Foundation Trust, small award 2008 UCLH Arts, small grant award 2008 and 2010 Arts Council England, Grants for the Arts   2007 Winner, professional category, UCL Arts in Health Awards 2004 Guy’s & St Thomas’ Charitable Foundation Small Grants Award   2004 Arts Council of England, Collaborative Arts Touring Grant 2003 Sciart Research Award 2001

Statement of expertise for the sub-committee: Visual artist specialising in lens based media and inter-disciplinary practice and research within Fine Art and Medicine. Medical Humanities research and teaching with a particular interest in visual representations of pain and illness.

Link to department website: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/slade/

Biography: Deborah Padfield is a visual artist specialising in lens based media and inter-disciplinary practice and research within Fine Art and Medicine. She has collaborated extensively with clinicians and patients exploring the value of images to clinician-patient interactions and the communication of pain. In 2001 her work with Dr Charles Pither at St Thomas Hospital, led to a touring exhibition, pilot study and book, Perceptions of Pain. Her recent collaboration with Professor Joanna Zakrzewska, and facial pain clinicians/patients from UCLH led to several exhibitions, symposia and the current Pain: speaking the threshold (PSTT) project at UCL. She lectures and exhibits nationally and internationally.

Disclosure of Interest: None declared

 


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