Details of seminars and events relevant to Usher Institute staff and students.
There are many seminars and events taking place that are organised or hosted by, or likely to be of interest to, Usher Institute staff and students.
Some of these are listed below.
Please note many seminars/events require registration to ensure there is space - please contact event organisers if in any doubt.
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The Distinguised Speakers Seminar series at the Usher Institute of Population Health Sciences and Informatics is organised by Professor Raj Bhopal, Bruce and John Usher Professor of Public Health.
Events will be advertised here on the website, with their own dedicated Event pages.
Previous seminars in the series:
The Usher Institute Annual Lecture: Managing High-Need High-Cost Patients: A Universal Challenge - Dr David Bluenthal, Professor of Medicine at Harvard University and President of the Commonwealth Fund; May 2017
Realistic Health: Applying the Principles of the Realistic Medicine Approach to Improve the Health of the Public - Dr Catherine Calderwood, Chief Medical Officer to the Scottish Government; March 2017
Linkage of 'Big Data' in Population Health Research: Panacea? - Professor Jill Pell, Henry Mechan Professor of Public Health and Director of the Institute of Health and Wellbeing, University of Glasgow; January 2017
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The College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine website includes a list of events happening across the College, including the prestigious Inaugural Lecture Series.
For details of other seminars around the University, please see the University of Edinburgh Seminar Site.