Public Health

Courses tagged with "Public Health"

Talks
  • Healthcare in the 4th industrial revolution | Professor Andrew Morris
  • The determinants of disease – lessons from the UK Biobank | Professor Cathie Sudlow
  • Stem cell and other cell therapies for future medicine | Professor Sue Kimber
  • Extremes of human physiology – sorting out adaptive and maladaptive processes | Dr Kenneth Baillie
  • Parkinson’s disease – from the clinic to bench to clinic | Professor Roger Barker
  • The prospects for personalised medicine | Professor Sir Munir Pirmohamed
  • Lighting up the lung | Professor Kev Dhaliwal
  • The superbug and antibiotic resistance | Dr Susan Hopkins
  • Tackling the ageing demographic for the future | Professor Sarah Harper
Talks
  • Legal highs and severe bacterial disease - an Edinburgh outbreak | Dr Donald Inverarity
  • Antimicrobial resistance (AMR): behaviour change interventions - can they make a difference? | Dr Timothy Rawson
  • The State of the World's Antibiotics in 2018 | Professor Ramanan Laxminarayan
  • HIV cure - fundamental need or research fantasy? | Professor John Frater
  • Tuberculosis (TB) epidemiology and diagnosis | Dr Timothy Walker
Talks
  • Acute bacterial meningitis - what do the new guidelines tell us? | Dr Fiona McGill
  • CNS viral infections in the immunocompetent patient | Dr Nicholas Davies
  • Zika virus: what have we learnt and where are we going? | Dr Susan Hills
  • Bone and joint infection | Dr Bridget Atkins
  • Multi drug resistant gram negative (MDRGN) bacteria...doing the right thing | Dr Mark Gilchrist
About

Sir Andy Haines, Professor of Environmental Change and Public Health, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, delivered this Public Lecture on 28 May 2019.

This talk is available to Fellows, Members and the public.

Talks
  • The WHO and the How | Professor Andrew Pollard
  • Vaccine hesitancy - what, where and why? | Professor Heidi Larson
  • Control of malaria - half way there | Professor Sir Brian Greenwood CBE
  • Syndemics and chronic diseases in South and sub-Saharan Africa | Professor Stephen Tollman
  • Planetary health in the Anthropocene Epoch | Professor Sir Andy Haines
Talks
  • Emerging infectious diseases | Professor David Heymann
  • How to eliminate TB by 2050? | Professor Ajit Lalvani
  • Public health challenges in Europe | Professor Martin McKee
  • Migration and health | Dr Alexander van Tulleken
  • Fiscal Policy- Alcohol minimum unit pricing: a tale of two countries | Professor Colin Drummond