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1 Creative Commons Why is it so difficult to implement Evidence Based Healthcare? Richard Gleave, Public Health England and Professor Sue Dopson, Said Business School give a talk for the Green Templeton Lectures 2017: Delivering Health: Clinical, Management and Policy Challenges. Richard Gleave, Sue Dopson 07 Mar 2017
2 Better evidence for better health care Professor Carl Heneghan gives a talk for the MSc in Evidence-Based Health Care programme. Carl Heneghan 31 Oct 2016
3 Digital health Professor Lionel Tarassenko CBE FREng FMedSci (St John’s), Head of the Department of Engineering Science, gives a lecture for the department of Engineering Science Alumni Weekend on September 17th 2016. Lionel Tarassenko 21 Sep 2016
4 Big Data and Biomedical Research: Developments and Implications Professor Sir John Bell, Regius Professor of Medicine, University of Oxford, gives a talk for the Green Templeton College 2016 lecture series on big data and biomedical research. Sir John Bell 28 Jul 2016
5 The point of qualitative research Prof Aksel Tjora, Professor of Sociology at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, gives a talk for the MSc in Evidence-Based Health Care programme. Aksel Tjora 23 Jun 2016
6 Creative Commons Maternal capital and offspring development Jonathan Wells (UCL Institute of Child Health) presents an intergenerational perspective on the development origins of health and disease. A medical anthropology seminar given on 29 February 2016. Jonathan Wells 08 Jun 2016
7 Markets and Healthcare - Andrew Papanikitas Dr Andrew Papanikitas discusses markets and healthcare Andrew Papanikitas 06 Apr 2016
8 Markets and Healthcare - Mahima Mitra Dr Mahima Mitra discusses markets and healthcare Mahima Mitra 06 Apr 2016
9 Markets and Healthcare - Anant Jani Dr Anant Jani discusses markets and healthcare Anant Jani 06 Apr 2016
10 Empathy - Jeremy Howick Dr Jeremy Howick discusses empathy in healthcare Jeremy Howick 06 Apr 2016
11 Markets and Healthcare - Therese Feiler Dr Therese Feiler discusses markets and healthcare Therese Feiler 06 Apr 2016
12 Personalised Medicine - Joshua Hordern Dr Joshua Hordern discusses personalised medicine Joshua Hordern 06 Apr 2016
13 Closing Reflections The closing reflections of speakers Professor Joshua Hordern and Stephen Bergman. Joshua Hordern, Professor Stephen Bergman 08 Mar 2016
14 The Future of the Professions In an era when machines can out-perform human beings at most tasks what are the prospects for employment? Richard Susskind, Daniel Susskind, Joshua Hordern, Vili Lehdonvirta 16 Feb 2016
15 Phenomenology and Health A highlights video from the one-day conference Andrew Papanikitas, Anna Kirkengen 15 Jun 2015
16 Creative Commons Oxford and the next-generation of mobile health David Clifton, Institute of Biomedical Engineering, gives a talk for Oxford Martin School. David Clifton 17 Feb 2015
17 Creative Commons Infectious diseases in South East Asia Infectious diseases in South East Asia Nick Day 10 Dec 2014
18 Infectious diseases in South East Asia Infectious diseases in South East Asia Nick Day 10 Dec 2014
19 America’s Healthcare Crisis: Lessons for Policymakers Gary Lauer (eHealth Inc.) gives a talk on the American Healthcare system Gary Lauer 22 Oct 2014
20 Creative Commons Infectious diseases in South East Asia From Mahidol University in Thailand, Professor Nick Day talks about rural populations in Thailand and the challenges they face when confronted with infectious diseases. Nick Day 02 Jul 2014
21 Healthcare 2030: Oxford and the Value of Human Health Panel discussion looking at healthcare in the future as part of the inaugural Oxford Alumni Weekend in Asia held in in Hong Kong. Chas Bountra, Jonathan Flint, Nick Rawlins 23 Jun 2014
22 Do not resuscitate orders in a UK hospital: an ethnography of the future-present Simon Cohn of Cambridge University looks at the ways health professionals and their activities construct an understanding of the human body according to particular temporal framings. An anthropology departmental seminar. Simon Cohn 29 Apr 2014
23 Lord Nuffield's Legacy to Oxford Dr Eric Sidebottom, Retired University Lecturer in Experimental Pathology, gives a lunch time talk to accompany the exhibition "Great Medical Discoveries: 800 Years of Oxford Innovation". Eric Sidebottom 07 Feb 2014
24 Creative Commons An introduction to Medical Statistics with Carl Heneghan and Rafael Perera Dr Carl Heneghan talks to Rafael Perera about medical statistics and gives an introduction to the subject. Carl Heneghan, Rafael Perera 09 Aug 2013
25 Creative Commons Experiments in sociological food governance Dr Michael Guggenheim (Goldsmiths, University of London) gives a talk for the Oxford Food Governance Group on 28th November 2012. Michael Guggenheim 13 Feb 2013
26 Creative Commons Date labelling and the governance of food quality and safety Dr Richard Milne (University of Sheffield) gives a talk for the Oxford Food Governance Group on 21st November 2012. Richard Milne 13 Feb 2013
27 Creative Commons Fat places? Re-thinking the obesogenic environment thesis and the implications for food governance Professor Julie Guthman (University of California, Santa Cruz) gives a talk for the Oxford Food Governance Group on 14th November 2012. Julie Guthman 13 Feb 2013
28 Creative Commons Sustainability and governance of the food supply Dr David Barling (City University London) gives a talk for the Oxford Food Governance Group on 7th November 2012. David Barling 13 Feb 2013
29 Creative Commons Governing food anxieties: The role of emotion in mothers' food practices Professor Alan Petersen (Monash University) gives a talk on for the Oxford Food Governance Group on 25th October 2012. Alan Petersen 13 Feb 2013
30 Revolutionising 21st Century Healthcare Through Technology A panel discussion on new techniques and applications in the emerging field exploring the boundaries between man and machine in medical imaging, drug delivery and taking healthcare from the hospital to the home. Constantin Coussios, Lionel Tarassenko, Alison Noble, Andrew Hamilton 04 Oct 2012
31 Creative Commons How can nanotechnology address medical problems? Microscopes with nanometer resolution can test the mechanical properties of cells. Nanoscale 'scaffolds' that mimic the cellular matrix of cells in the body can help regenerate tissue, improve healing mechanisms, and even train the immune system. Sonia Contera 20 Aug 2012
32 Creative Commons What are the primary healthcare issues in resource deprived areas? The healthcare needs of teenagers in India are the focus of a new study by the George Centre for Healthcare Innovation. Robyn Norton 20 Aug 2012
33 Will the U.S. Health Reform Survive and Flourish? Theda Skocpol delivers a talk at the Oxford Institute of Social Policy, based in part on her new book with Larry Jacobs, "Health Care Reform and American Politics". Theda Skocpol 09 Jul 2012
34 Patient Experience in a Cold Climate: Putting Patients First at a Time of Recession. Panel discussion form Green Templeton College. Joanna Foster, Bruce Laurie, Afl Troughton, Karen Luxford 23 Mar 2012
35 Creative Commons Health economics in the policy fray: insights from US healthcare reform Professor Richard G Frank, Margaret T Morris Professor of Health Economics, Harvard Medical School gives a lecture on health policy in the US. Richard G Frank 23 Nov 2011
36 Creative Commons Safe, effective and affordable healthcare for a bulging population Talk by Professor Robyn Norton, Co-Director, George Centre for Healthcare Innovation. The successes of the past century in reducing childhood mortality and eradicating many infectious diseases. Robyn Norton 11 Nov 2011
37 Creative Commons Nanomedicine: Challenges and opportunities Nanotechnology has the potential to transform the way that medical and healthcare solutions are developed and delivered, this talk reviews the properties of nanomaterials for medical applications and the challenges and opportunities of their use. Sonia Trigueros, Sonia Contera 27 Sep 2011
38 Creative Commons Medtronic Lecture 2010 'Biophysical Methods of Drug Delivery'. Professor Mark R. Prausnitz gives the 2010 Medtronic lecture in the Engineering faculty. Mark R Prausnitz 06 Jul 2011
39 Creative Commons Know4Go - EBM lecture Dr Janet Martin, Director of Health Technology Assessment, London Health Services Centre gives a special lecture for EBM entitled; Know4Go: An Instrument for decision-making when resources are limited and demands are relentless. Janet Martin 24 Feb 2011
40 Creative Commons The Information Revolution Sir Muir Gray, Chief Knowledge Office, NHS, gives a special guest lecture for the Centre for Evidence Based Medicine. Sir Muir Gray 24 Feb 2011
41 Creative Commons The Future of Evidence Based Medicine Professor Paul Glasziou, Director of the Centre for Evidence Based Medicine, gives a special lecture on the future of EBM. Paul Glasziou 24 Feb 2011
42 Creative Commons Interpreting Results - Stats in Small Doses Dr Amanda Burls delivers a talk for the Centre for Evidenced Based Medicine. Amanda Burls 24 Feb 2011
43 Creative Commons Diagnostic Tests Dr Carl Heneghan delivers a talk for the Centre for Evidence Based Medicine. Carl Heneghan 24 Feb 2011
44 Creative Commons Diagnostic Tests Dr Carl Heneghan delivers a talk for the Centre for Evidence Based Medicine. Carl Heneghan 24 Feb 2011
45 Creative Commons Appraisal of Clinical Trials Dr Rafael Perera delivers a talk for the Centre for Evidence Based Medicine. Rafael Perera 24 Feb 2011
46 Creative Commons Introduction to Evidence Based Medicine Professor Paul Glasziou gives an introduction to evidence-based medicine and healthcare. Paul Glasziou 24 Feb 2011
47 Medical Innovation 2010: Keynote Address and Closing Remarks A Keynote Address given by Sir William Castell, Chairman of the Wellcome Trust and closing remarks given by Prof Colin Mayer, Peter Moores Dean, Said Business School. William Castell, Colin Mayer 02 Aug 2010
48 Medical Innovation 2010: Parallel Session 8 Financing Innovation: How can we utilise novel mechanisms to fund innovation? Rob James, Shelagh Wilson, Javier Guzman, Adrian Towse 02 Aug 2010
49 Medical Innovation 2010: Parallel Session 7 Evaluating Innovation: How do we evaluate innovation appropriately? Stephen Richards, Kalipso Chalkidou, Robyn Norton, Paul Glasziou 02 Aug 2010
50 Medical Innovation 2010: Parallel Session 6 Clinical Entrepreneurship. Oliver Bernath, Jake Arnold-Forster, Richard Darch, Mike Stein 02 Aug 2010
51 Medical Innovation 2010: Parallel Session 5 Entrepreneurship in the Community. Pamela Hartigan, Joop Tanis, Andrea Coleman, Deborah Szebeko 02 Aug 2010
52 Medical Innovation 2010: Parallel Session 4 Change and Innovation: What are the obstacles to change in complex health organisations in the UK? Sue Dopson, Keith Ruddle, Andrew Pettigrew, Allan Cole 02 Aug 2010
53 Medical Innovation 2010: Parallel Session 2 Healthcare Service Innovations: How do we provide high quality healthcare with decreased resources globally? Steve Fairman, Keith Willet, Thulsi Ravilla, Peter McCulloch 02 Aug 2010
54 Medical Innovation 2010: Parallel Session 1 Innovation to Practice: What are the challanges to bringing innovative drugs and devices into healthcare delivery and practice globally? Lionel Tarassenko, Constantin Coussios, Peter Dobson, Christopher Elias 02 Aug 2010
55 Medical Innovation 2010: Opening Remarks and Keynote Address Opening remarks for the Medical Innovation 2010 Conference and a Keynote Address given by Prof Baron Peter Piot, The Institute for Global Health, Imperial College London, 'Harnessing Innovation to Meet the Challenges of a Changing Global Health Landscape' Sue Dopson, Andrew Hamilton, Peter Piot 02 Aug 2010
56 Qigong Deviation as a Diplomatic Disaster What has acknowledging the human-like qualities of 'qi' to do with preventing and treating qigong malpractice? Chee Han Lim 12 Apr 2010
57 Obama's First 100 Days Orla De Burca interviews Desmond King, Andrew Mellon Professor of American Government, on Barack Obama’s first 100 days as President; discussing Obama’s plans to recover America’s Economy and the success so far of his foreign and domestic plans. Desmond King, Orla De Burca 06 May 2009
58 Chris Patten on Politics and Public Health Lord Patten, Chancellor of the University of Oxford, discusses his political perceptions of epidemiology in the UK, and in developing and emerging countries. Chris Patten 23 Apr 2009