We run a number of courses, workshops and seminars open to the public and participate in a wide variety of external events with other organisations, schools and the wider community.
These workshops provided a rare opportunity to spend some time looking at the history of medical teaching in the University.
This is an introductory course designed to help you develop and enhance your ability to think critically, assess information and develop reasoned arguments in the context of the global challenges facing society today.
This course discusses a broad range of issues about obesity. From facts and misconceptions around obesity, and the gaps in the scientific knowledge to the key physiological and psychological concepts around the brain’s control of appetite and body weight. There is also opportunity to reflect on your own knowledge and assumptions around the causes of obesity.
A series of public lectures examining global challenges facing society, and the role of academia in meeting these challenges.