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As part of Bletchley Park Week 2018 Ben Goldacre will be giving this talk entitled ‘Bad Science, Better Data’.

Ben Goldacre is a doctor, researcher, best-selling author, and Director of the DataLab at the Dept of Primary Care in the University of Oxford. The DataLab is a multidisciplinary team of researchers, clinicians and software engineers, working together to build useful data-driven tools, in addition to academic papers. This talk will cover the full range of their work, putting data into action: from efforts to make NHS informatics less bad, through to services that spotlight unreported clinical trials.

All are welcome to join us for this talk, booking is required. To book your free place please book here. Refreshments will be served from 15:00, the talk will begin at 15:30


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The Research Cycle PPI Workshops 2019

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Monday, 07 January 2019 to Tuesday, 31 December 2019, 12am - 1am

The NIHR CLAHRC Oxford, Oxford Biomedical Research Centre and Oxford Health Biomedical Research Centre will be running a series of eight workshops in 2019 for patients and members of the public.

IV Workshop on Migration, Health and Well-Being

Sunday, 05 May 2019 to Monday, 06 May 2019

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Tuesday, 14 May 2019, 11am to 12pm

Department Open Meeting with Q&A

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Tuesday, 18 June 2019, 11am to 12pm

American-European Health Economics Study Group - IV Edition

Wednesday, 03 July 2019 to Thursday, 04 July 2019

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Department Open Meeting

Open Meeting

Tuesday, 22 October 2019, 11am to 12pm