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Durham University

Wolfson Research Institute for Health and Wellbeing

Previous Events

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Wednesday 26 November 2014

WRIHW and John Snow College Middle Common Room Seminar Series

12:30pm to 2:00pm, F009, Wolfson Building, Durham University, Queen's Campus, Adam Pattison Rathbone and Phil Corner

Interested in research and want to know what the postgrad researchers are up to?

Want to know what it's like to do a PhD?

These 15 minute presentations will be delivered by postgraduate researchers discussing an apsect of their research related to health.

ABSTRACT

Adam Pattison Rathbone talks about his research into how people take medicines and the ethical dilemmas involved being a pharmacist and a researcher.

Phil Corner will talk about optimising screening methods for identifying co-crystal with the potential to facilitate the development of new medicines.

Presentations will be followed by 5 minutes of questions.

A buffet lunch will be provided. Please register at snow.mcr@durham.ac.uk by 19th November 2014.

Contact snow.mcr@durham.ac.uk for more information about this event.


Monday 17 November 2014

8th North East Conference on Sexual Violence as ‘Sexual Violence on Campus’

9:30am to 4:30pm, Wolfson Research Institute

Contact pauline.harrison@durham.ac.uk for more information about this event.


Thursday 13 November 2014

WASP 2 : Applied Linear Regression (4 day course)

10:10am to 4:30pm

Contact wolfson.wasp@durham.ac.uk for more information about this event.


Wednesday 5 November 2014

CPPH Guest Lecture - Global Health Diplomacy - dream and reality, Richard Alderslade

12:30pm to 2:15pm, D009, Ebsworth Building, Durham University, Queen's Campus, Stockton, Richard Alderslade

Abstract

Health is improving globally, yet far from equally. The knowledge and technology exist to do better. Health diplomacy needs to raise its profile and capacity, and become more influential. That is the dream, yet what is the present reality? Can we be optimistic? The talk will explore these issues from the perspectives of both global health and global governance.

Biography

Richard Alderslade has worked for 35 years in public health, national and local health administration, research and higher education in the UK, and internationally for 10 years in both humanitarian and development affairs.

In the United Kingdom he worked within the UK Medical Civil Service, the NHS in public health and health management roles, and as a as a Professor of Community Care. Internationally he has worked in WHO’s humanitarian public health work in the former Yugoslavia; in the management of humanitarian operations across the WHO European Region; in external relations at WHO’s Office at the United Nations in New York; and as Senior Advisor in Health Policy at WHO Europe.

He is an Honorary Fellow in the Centre for Public Policy and Health at Durham University.

12:30 Registration
13:00 Welcome and introduction by Professor Ted Schrecker
13:05 Guest Lecture by Richard Alderslade
13:45 Discussion
14:15 Close

Registration

To register for this event please click here . Places are limited and will be allocated in order of receipt.

Contact g.z.mcgowan@durham.ac.uk for more information about this event.


Tuesday 4 November 2014