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# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Anne McLaren Lecture 2019 Anne McLaren Lecture 2019, “Can reformed communication save patients from harm?" Marie Lindquist 29 May 2019
2 Equity and commissioning - Richard Sullivan Session 4: Equity and commissioning - Richard Sullivan Mark Sheehan, Richard Sullivan 19 Jan 2017
3 Equity and commissioning - Muir Gray Session 4: Equity and commissioning - Muir Gray Muir Gray, Mark Sheehan 19 Jan 2017
4 Data sharing and participation - Jonathan Montgomery Session 3: Data sharing and participation - Jonathan Montgomery Ingrid Slade, Jonathan Montgomery 19 Jan 2017
5 Data sharing and participation - Anna Middleton Session 3: Data sharing and participation - Anna Middleton Ingrid Slade, Anna Middleton 19 Jan 2017
6 Data sharing and participation - Mark Lawler Session 3: Data sharing and participation - Mark Lawler Mark Lawler, Ingrid Slade 19 Jan 2017
7 The human person and the communication of risk - Sian Rees Session 2: The human person and the communication of risk - Sian Rees Rob Horne, Sian Rees 19 Jan 2017
8 The human person and the communication of risk - Alastair Kent Session 2: The human person and the communication of risk - Alastair Kent Rob Horne, Alastair Kent 19 Jan 2017
9 The human person and the communication of risk - Joshua Hordern Session 2: The human person and the communication of risk - Joshua Hordern Joshua Hordern, Rob Horne 19 Jan 2017
10 The promise and the hype of 'personalised medicine' - John Tooke Session 1: The promise and the hype of 'personalised medicine' - John Tooke Joshua Hordern, John Tooke 19 Jan 2017
11 The promise and the hype of 'personalised medicine' - Steve Sturdy Session 1: The promise and the hype of 'personalised medicine' - Steve Sturdy Steve Sturdy, Joshua Horden 19 Jan 2017
12 The promise and the hype of 'personalised medicine' - Tim Maughan Session 1: The promise and the hype of 'personalised medicine' - Tim Maughan Tim Maughan, Joshua Hordern 19 Jan 2017
13 Highlights of Personalised Medicine Highlights of Personalised Medicine: the promise, the hype and the pitfalls Alastair Kent, Anna Middleton, Marion Lynch, Muir Gray 19 Jan 2017
14 Personalised Medicine, interview with Jonathan Montgomery Personalised Medicine: the promise, the hype and the pitfalls, a short interview with Jonathan Montgomery Jonathan Montgomery 18 Jan 2017
15 Personalised Medicine, interview with Anna Middleton Personalised Medicine: the promise, the hype and the pitfalls, a short interview with Anna Middleton Anna Middleton 18 Jan 2017
16 Personalised Medicine, interview with Marion Lynch Personalised Medicine: the promise, the hype and the pitfalls, a short interview with Marion Lynch Marion Lynch 18 Jan 2017
17 Personalised Medicine, interview with Mark Lawler Personalised Medicine: the promise, the hype and the pitfalls, a short interview with Mark Lawler Mark Lawler 18 Jan 2017
18 Personalised Medicine, interview with Alastair Kent Personalised Medicine: the promise, the hype and the pitfalls, a short interview with Alastair Kent Alastair Kent 18 Jan 2017
19 Personalised Medicine, interview with Rick Kaplan Personalised Medicine: the promise, the hype and the pitfalls, a short interview with Rick Kaplan Rick Kaplan 18 Jan 2017
20 Personalised Medicine, interview with Muir Gray Personalised Medicine: the promise, the hype and the pitfalls, a short interview with Muir Gray Muir Gray 18 Jan 2017
21 Creative Commons The Population Paradox Professor David Coleman, Dr George Leeson and Dr Nando Sigona discuss the global issues relating to the world's rising population at the Alumni Weekend Conference 2011. David Coleman, George Leeson, Nando Sigona 11 Oct 2011
22 Creative Commons Making Up Your Mind Part 7 of 7 in Marianne Talbot's "A Romp Through Ethics for Complete Beginners". This final episode is a time to take stock and bring together all the strands we've considered. Marianne Talbot 08 Aug 2011
23 Creative Commons Utilitarianism: Mill and the utility calculus Part 6 of 7 in Marianne Talbot's "A Romp Through Ethics for Complete Beginners". A reflection on Mill's account of morality, and the greatest happiness of the greatest number. Marianne Talbot 27 Jun 2011
24 Creative Commons Deontology: Kant, duty and the moral law Part 5 of 7 in Marianne Talbot's "A Romp Through Ethics for Complete Beginners". In this episode we reflect on Kant's account of morality, including the categorical imperative. Marianne Talbot 03 Jun 2011
25 Creative Commons Humean Ethics: Non-Cognitivism, the passions and moral motivation Part 4 of 7 in Marianne Talbot's "A Romp Through Ethics for Complete Beginners". In this episode we reflect on Hume's account of morality and his rejection of reason as the source of morality. Marianne Talbot 02 Jun 2011
26 Creative Commons Virtue Ethics: virtue, values and character Part 3 of 7 in Marianne Talbot's "A Romp Through Ethics for Complete Beginners". In this episode we will reflect on Aristotle's account of morality and the centrality of the virtues in this account. Marianne Talbot 24 May 2011
27 Creative Commons Freedom, knowledge and society: the preconditions of ethical reasoning Part 2 of 7 in Marianne Talbot's "A Romp Through Ethics for Complete Beginners". In this episode we examine the preconditions of ethical reasoning and make a comparison between the law of the land and the moral law. Marianne Talbot 20 May 2011
28 7 Keys to the Future Veronica Sartore interviews Ray Hammond about his role as a futurologist and the seven major trends he predicts will affect life throughout the 21st century. Ray Hammond, Veronica Sartore 12 Mar 2009