Waiting is one of healthcare’s core experiences.
It is there in the time it takes to access services; through the days, weeks, months or years needed for diagnoses; in the time that treatment takes; and in the elongated time-frames of recovery, relapse, remission and dying.
Our project opens up what it means to wait in and for healthcare by examining lived experiences, representations and histories of delayed and impeded time.
In an era in which time is lived at increasingly different and complex tempos, Waiting Times looks to understand both the difficulties and vital significance of waiting for practices of care.
You can find out about all the work we are doing right here, including details of workshops, conferences, academic papers and publications and public engagement events.
Our work is divided across four themes. Click on these for more information.
Follow us on twitter or facebook.