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1 Creative Commons Nursing research in a global context Professor Sharon Brownie explains her research on nursing in LMICs Sharon Brownie 16 Jul 2019
2 Creative Commons The treatment and outcomes of care for sick newborns Researcher Jalemba Aluvaala tells us about his work concerning newborn care in LMICs. Jalemba Aluvaala 16 Jul 2019
3 Creative Commons Under pressure, the challenges of neonatal nursing Jacob McKnight tells us about the challenges faced by nurses caring for newborns in Kenya. Jacob McKnight 16 Jul 2019
4 Creative Commons Quantifying nursing care done (or left undone) David Gathara tells us about his work leading nursing research David Gathara 16 Jul 2019
5 Creative Commons Understanding nurses' work to care for sick newborns Social Scientist Jacinta Nzinga tell us about her research on the care of sick newborns. Jacinta Nzinga 16 Jul 2019
6 Creative Commons Health services that deliver for newborns. Professor Mike English tells us about the research project Health Services that Deliver for Newborns. Mike English 16 Jul 2019
7 Creative Commons Infectious diseases in the tropics Professor Tran Hien, founder member of our OUCRU unit in Vietnam tells us about the development of this very successful Clinical Research Unit. Tran Hien 16 Jul 2019
8 Creative Commons Sophisticated biostatistics for complex clinical research Professor Ronald Geskus from our OUCRU unit in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, tells us about the contribution of biostatisticians to complex clinical research. Ronald Geskus 16 Jul 2019
9 Creative Commons Viral infections in Laos Dr Audrey Dubot-Peres from our LOMWRU unit in Laos and IRD (Institut de Recherche pour le Développement, Marseille, France) tells us about her research on viral infections in Laos. Audrey Dubot-Peres 16 Jul 2019
10 Creative Commons Antimicrobial resistance in poultry production Dr Juan Carrique-Mas from OUCRU, our Clinical Research Unit in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, tell us about his research in the development of antimicrobial resistance in small-scale poultry production. Juan Carrique-Mas 16 Jul 2019
11 Creative Commons Mathematical modelling for tropical diseases Lisa White, Professor of Modelling and Epidemiology at our MORU unit in Thailand, tells us how we can use mathematical and economic modelling to better use limited resources to control or eradicate tropical diseases Lisa White 16 Jul 2019
12 Creative Commons Scrub typhus in northern Thailand Dr Tri Wangrangsimakul from our MORU unit and based in Chiangrai, northern Thailand, tells us about his research on scrub typhus. Tri Wangrangsimakul 16 Jul 2019
13 Creative Commons Research at OUCRU Hanoi Professor Rogier van Doorn, director of our OUCRU unit in Hanoi, Vietnam, tells us about his research on antimicrobial resistance and avian influenza. Rogier van Doorn 12 Jul 2019
14 Creative Commons Clinical research in low and middle-income countries Professor Heiman Wertheim from our OUCRU unit in Hanoi, Vietnam, tells us about his research on drug resistant infections in low and middle-income countries. Heiman Wertheim 12 Jul 2019
15 Creative Commons Tuberculosis meningitis Professor Guy Thwaites, director of our OUCRU unit in Vietnam, tells us about his research on tuberculosis meningitis. Guy Thwaites 12 Jul 2019
16 Creative Commons OUCRU laboratory management Dr Motiur Rahman from our OUCRU unit in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, tells us about his responsibilities in laboratory management. Motiur Rahman 12 Jul 2019
17 Creative Commons Developing collaborative clinical trials in Indonesia Dr Raph Hamers from our EOCRU unit in Jakarta, Indonesia, tells us how he developed collaborative clinical trials. Raph Hamers 12 Jul 2019
18 Creative Commons Central nervous system and HIV infections in Vietnam Professor Jeremy Day from our OUCRU unit in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, tells us about his research on central nervous system and HIV infections in Vietnam. Jeremy Day 12 Jul 2019
19 Creative Commons Connecting research with communities in Nepal Dr Abhilasha Karkey from our Clinical Research Unit in Kathmandu, Nepal, tells us how research is brought to local communities in Nepal. Abhilasha Karkey 12 Jul 2019
20 Creative Commons Health policy and systems Dr Marco Haenssgen tells us about his research on Health policy and systems. Marco Haenssgen 12 Jul 2019
21 Creative Commons Transmission dynamics of hospital acquired infections Dr Tom Crellen from MORU (Mahidol Oxford Research Unit) in Bangkok, Thailand, tells us about his research on transmission dynamics of infections aquired in hospitals. Tom Crellen 12 Jul 2019
22 Creative Commons Antibiotic prescription in primary care Dr Thomas Althaus from MORU (Mahidol Oxford Research Unit) in Bangkok, Thailand, tells us about his research on antibiotic prescription at the point of primary care. Thomas Althaus 12 Jul 2019
23 Creative Commons Curing Plasmodium vivax malaria Professor Ric Price, affiliated with our OUCRU unit, tells us of his research on surveillance, diagnostics and treatments for Plasmodium vivax malaria Ric Price 12 Jul 2019
24 Creative Commons Genomics and global health Professor Olivo Miotto from our MORU programme in Bangkok, Thailand, tells us how genomics can help us improve global health Olivo Miotto 12 Jul 2019
25 Creative Commons Tracking antimalarial resistance and treatment of malaria using Triple ACTs Dr Rob van der Pluijm from MORU (Mahidol Oxford Research Unit) in Bangkok, Thailand, tells us about his work as project coordinator in mapping resistance to antimalarials Rob van der Pluijm 12 Jul 2019
26 Creative Commons Blocking malaria transmission Dr Andrea Ruecker from MORU (Mahidol Oxford Research Unit) in Bangkok, Thailand, talks about possible interventions to block the transmission of falciparum malaria Andrea Ruecker 12 Jul 2019
27 Creative Commons Fighting malaria in Myanmar Professor Frank Smithuis from our MOCRU unit in Myanmar tells us about his research on malaria Frank Smithuis 12 Jul 2019
28 Creative Commons Primaquine and vivax malaria Dr James Watson from MORU in Bangkok, Thailand, tells us about his research in the biology of relapse in vivax malaria, as well as the development of statistical models to better understand the pharmacology of antimalarial drugs. James Watson 12 Jul 2019
29 Creative Commons Using big data to eliminate malaria Dr Xin Hui Chan from MORU (Mahidol Oxford Research Unit) in Bangkok, Thailand, tells us about the use of big data in our efforts to eliminate malaria Xin Hui Chan 12 Jul 2019
30 Creative Commons Malaria elimination and mass drug administration Dr Tom Peto from MORU (Mahidol Oxford Research Unit) in Bangkok, Thailand, tells us how mass drug administration can help eliminate malaria Tom Peto 12 Jul 2019
31 Creative Commons Primaquine for vivax and falciparum malaria Dr Bob Taylor from MORU (Mahidol Oxford Research Unit) in Bangkok, Thailand, tells us about his research on malaria, and how we can use primaquine to treat vivax malaria and prevent the transmission of falciparum malaria Bob Taylor 12 Jul 2019
32 QUADcast episode 2: Admissions - an interview with Tilly Rose, Oxford alumna, blogger and social media influencer. This month on QUADcast, we’ve interviewed alumna Tilly Rose (Jesus, 2011) about her work widening access to Oxford University, and her life as a blogger and social media influencer. Tilly Rose 16 Jan 2019
33 Creative Commons Are exhausts causing dementia? Many people are exposed to exhaust emissions every day in different ways. But what are the harmful effects of these fumes when we breathe them in? Could we see difficulties in other areas of our bodies? What is it doing to our brains? Imad Ahmed 21 Nov 2016
34 The Pressure to be Perfect: Ways of Responding Some ideas to help students respond differently to their anxiety about needing to be perfect. Oxford University Counselling Service 07 Jan 2016
35 The Relentless Drive for Perfection A conversation between Oxford University Counsellors about ways in which perfectionism impacts on the student experience. Oxford University Counselling Service 07 Jan 2016
36 The Dodo and Exploration Historian of Science Pietro Corsi’s presentation at ‘The Oxford Dodo: Culture at the Crossroads’ Pietro Corsi 04 Dec 2015
37 ‘Ophelia, Death and the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood’ Hannah Lyons gives a TORCH bite-size talk at the Ashmolean Museum's DEADFriday event Hannah Lyons 24 Nov 2015
38 'Victorian Children's Literature and Death' Franziska Kohlt gives a TORCH bite-size talk at the Ashmolean Museum's DEADFriday event Franziska Kohlt 24 Nov 2015
39 'A View from My Corpse' Raymond Tallis gives a TORCH bite-size talk at the Ashmolean Museum's DEADFriday event Raymond Tallis 24 Nov 2015
40 Alumni Weekend in Asia 2014, Hong Kong - Highlights Between 21 – 23 March, Oxford University hosted the inaugural Meeting Minds: Alumni Weekend in Asia in Hong Kong. These are some highlights of the best bits of the event. Andrew Hamilton, Chris Patten 02 May 2014
41 Creative Commons Alumni Weekend in Asia 2014: Closing Speech by Chancellor Oxford University Chancellor Lord Patten of Barnes reflects on the offerings from academic sessions in Hong Kong as part of the inaugural Oxford Alumni Weekend in Asia. Chris Patten 02 May 2014
42 Creative Commons The Num8er My5teries With topics ranging from prime numbers to the lottery, from lemmings to bending balls like Beckham, this creative session with Marcus du Sautoy gives an entertaining and unexpected approach to explain how mathematics can be used to predict the future. Marcus du Sautoy 02 May 2014
43 Creative Commons Which technologies do Oxford University students use? Melissa Highton, University of Oxford, presents the findings of the DIGE Project which investigated the use of technology by students from Oxford. Melissa Highton 26 Nov 2012
44 Creative Commons Which technologies do Oxford University students use? Melissa Highton, University of Oxford, presents the findings of the DIGE Project which investigated the use of technology by students from Oxford. Melissa Highton 26 Nov 2012
45 What is social anthropology? First lecture of the series 'Introduction to anthropological theory' given to first year students on the Oxford BA degrees in Archaeology and Anthropology and in Human Sciences. Lecture given Tuesday 12 October 2010. Marcus Banks 27 Oct 2010
46 Creative Commons Panel discussion: What next for climate change reporting? Several of the UK's most influential environment correspondents from the BBC, the Financial Times, The Guardian, The Sun and The Science Media Centre to discuss the challenges of climate change reporting in the coming months. Fiona Fox, Richard Black, David Adam, Fiona Harvey 08 Apr 2010
47 Science and multivocal practice at Catalhoyuk Professor Ian Hodder (Stanford University) talks to the School of Archaeology, University of Oxford. Ian Hodder 25 Mar 2010
48 Caroline Pendleton, medical student and summer school mentor Caroline Pendleton on the UNIQ Summer School programme at the University of Oxford. Caroline Pendleton 21 Jan 2010
49 Dr. Malcolm Stewart, Chemistry tutor Dr. Malcolm Stewart on the UNIQ Summer School programme at the University of Oxford. Malcolm Stewart 21 Jan 2010
50 Dr. Emma Smith, Fellow in English, Hertford College Dr. Emma Smith on the UNIQ Summer School programme at the University of Oxford. Emma Smith 21 Jan 2010
51 Mike Nicholson, Director of Admissions Mike Nicholson on the UNIQ Summer School programme at the University of Oxford. Mike Nicholson 21 Jan 2010
52 Creative Commons Copenhagen COP 15: What happened and What next? An ECI organised panel discussion following the Copenhagen international climate negotiations in December 2009 to review what happened at the negotiations and what happens next. Diana Liverman, Yadvinder Malhi, Mark Lynas, James Painter 20 Jan 2010
53 UNIQ Summer School introductory video An introductory video to the exciting free UNIQ Summer School programme at the University of Oxford. University of Oxford 18 Jan 2010
54 Oxford Today with Michael Palin The full length Oxford Campaign production, presented by Michael Palin. Michael Palin 25 Sep 2008
55 Chris Patten on the Campaign for the University of Oxford Chris Patten, the Chancellor of the University of Oxford, talks about the importance of the Campaign. Chris Patten 16 Sep 2008
56 Voluntary Carbon Offsets Introduction to doctoral research project by student Adam Bumpus at the Environmental Change Institute. Adam Bumpus 29 Jul 2008
57 African Ecology: Fire and Ants Short introduction to research on African Ecology by Dr Kate Parr. Kate Parr 29 Jul 2008
58 UK Climate Impacts Programme Introduction to the UK Climate Impacts programme at the Environmental Change Institute. Chris West 29 Jul 2008
59 Ecosystem Dynamics and Tropical Forestry Short introduction to research by the Ecosystem Dynamics Group at the Environmental Change Institute. Joshua Fisher 29 Jul 2008
60 Climate Adaptation Research A short interview with Professor Diana Liverman about her research and work on climate adaptation. Diana Liverman 29 Jul 2008