Forthcoming Events and Latest Lecture Videos
Monday 6 June 2016
Wednesday 8 June 2016
Thursday 16 June 2016
- Seminar: Shock, value and exchange: research in film as communicative activity - Organising Care Special Interest Group 1:00pm to 4:00pm, Room MHL/418/452, Durham University Business School, Mill Hill Lane, Professor Martin Wood, Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday 28 June 2016
- North East England Health Summit: Inequalities-Related Stress Event 9:15am to 3:00pm, CG83, Chemistry Department Durham City. Catering is provided in the Scarborough Cafe
Wednesday 29 June 2016
- "Clinical Reasoning: from the classroom to the bedside!!" 1:00pm to 2:30pm, F009, Wolfson Building, Durham University, Queen's Campus, Stockton-on-Tees, Dr Simon Gay, Contact email@example.com
Wolfson Research Institute for Health and Wellbeing
The Coalition and the Welfare State
Prof. Peter Taylor from the University of Kent discusses the real reasons why the coalition is cutting the welfare state.
Work, Worklessness and the Political Economy of Health
'Work, Worklessness and the Political Economy of Health' Inaugural Lecture by Prof. Clare Bambra
Where you live can kill you
The EuroHealth championship shows huge health divides between countries in Europe. Professor Clare Bambra explains.
Improving Workforce Health & Wellbeing through National Policy
For 2012's Wolfson Annual Lecture Dame Carol Black delivered a lecture on Improving Workforce Health & Wellbeing through National Policy.
Pharmacy and Public Health: We Are Good But Could We Be Better?
Watch as Professor Claire Anderson discusses Pharmacy and Public Health at the Wolfson Annual Lecture on 27th November 2013.
Health Inequalities and the 1% - Wolfson Annual Lecture 2014
The Wolfson Research Institute welcomed Professor Danny Dorling to deliver the Wolfson Research Institute for Health and Wellbeing's Annual Lecture 'Health Inequalities and the 1%' on Wednesday 19 November 2014.
The Health Gap
How would the Premier League look if it were based on public health statistics? Professor Clare Bambra explains.
Chickens can't run social care and mental health services
In this talk Camila Batmanghelidjh CBE (Chief Executive of Kids Company) will explore the change that is needed in order to make children's social care and mental health fit for purpose. She will be using a range of scientific and practical evidence to present a challenge and a potential solution.
For audio recordings of past lectures, please click here.