Tuesday, 12 September 2023, 9am to 4pm @ Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford, Andrew Wiles Building, Radcliffe Observatory Quarter (550), Woodstock Road, Oxford, OX2 6GG
Wednesday, 07 June 2023, 2pm to 3pm @ E P Abraham Lecture Theatre Woodstock Road Oxford
Professor Inger Mewburn, better known as @thesiswhisperer on the internet, discusses developing research projects on top of a very full academic life, all the while building a huge following on social media.
Thursday, 23 March 2023 to Friday, 24 March 2023
Join the 14th Annual Cancer and Primary Care Research International Network (Ca-PRI) Conference, hosted by the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences at Worcester College Oxford, UK. This year's theme focuses on tailoring our approach to cancer control in primary care.
Wednesday, 08 February 2023, 3.30pm to 4.30pm
This event is part of a seminar series from the Oxford Institute of Digital health in partnership with the NIHR: Applied Research Collaboration Oxford and Thames Valley and the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences.
Monday, 06 February 2023, 3.30pm to 4.30pm
In this talk Jen will draw on qualitative interview data from semi-structured and unstructured interviews with various workplace stakeholders. Showing how the leaky bodies of workers remain poorly theorised and are unrecognised in workplace environment, policy and practice.
Tuesday, 17 January 2023, 3pm to 4pm @ St Luke's Chapel, ROQ, Woodstock Road, Oxford
Tamara Mulenga Willows and Jacob McKnight will present findings from their study of the readiness of Kenyan and Tanzanian hospitals to deliver Essential Emergency and Critical Care. The Receipt, Maintenance, and Flow heuristic they develop offers a way for hospital management to identify how and where limitations in human and technical resources, or organisational planning affect the care of the critically ill.
Tuesday, 13 December 2022, 12.15pm to 1.15pm @ St Luke's Chapel, Radcliffe Observatory Quarter, Woodstock Road OX2 6GG
Chaired by Dr Julian Hancock, the speakers are: Cervantée Wild, Tanvi Rai and Anna Dowrick presenting on: Chronicling injustice: experiences from the Covid-19 pandemic & Jienchi Dorwood presenting on: Point-of-care testing to improve primary care HIV services in South Africa
Fixing Fever Screening for Our Future's Sake: Prof Graham Machin FREng, National Physical Laboratory
Tuesday, 15 November 2022, 12.30pm to 1.30pm @ St Lukes Chapel,
The Covid-19 pandemic has brought into the spotlight a problem well-known, namely the general unreliability of body temperature measurement as currently practiced. What are the shortcomings of the current approaches to temperature measurement? How can it be improved? How could it protect us in a future pandemic?
Monday, 17 October 2022 to Wednesday, 19 October 2022
The course will cover: Health policy and economic principles and the distinction between health and health care. Health care as an economic commodity.
Monday, 18 July 2022 to Wednesday, 20 July 2022, 12am - 1am
EBMLive will form part of our Evidence-Based Health Care Summer School, July 2022. Aimed at EBHC students and professionals in the field of health and social care, EBMLive focuses on three core themes: informing decisions, fostering high-quality research, and translating knowledge for better healthcare.
Monday, 11 July 2022 to Friday, 15 July 2022
We will be running a set of workshops, July 11-15 2022 as part of our 2022 Evidence-Based Health Care Summer School. The aim is to foster debate and engage with like-minded colleagues and offer additional learning relevant to studies in evidence-based health care, post-pandemic.
Thursday, 07 July 2022, 10am to 4pm
A one-day course introducing different approaches to qualitative synthesis.
Tuesday, 05 July 2022 to Wednesday, 06 July 2022
This two day EBHC Leadership School will focus on an explanation and understanding of Leadership and how that is expressed in healthcare environments. During the two days the training will also unwrap areas such as leadership values, ethics and change as we seek answers to how healthcare Leaders will emerge and evolve to adapt to a very different post COVID-19 environment.
Monday, 04 July 2022 to Friday, 08 July 2022
Why and how did evidence-based medicine arise, and why should you accept it? These core questions are explored on our short training module, 'The History and Philosophy of Evidence-Based Health Care'. Led by Professor of Evidence-Based Medicine, Carl Heneghan, and Research Fellow, Jonathan Livingstone Banks, this module is designed to engage students with epidemiologists and researchers in defining the history, philosophy and practice of evidence-based health care.
Monday, 04 July 2022 to Wednesday, 20 July 2022
The Summer School invites EBHC students, supervisors, consumers and leading evidence-based experts into the surroundings of Kellogg College, University of Oxford. Spanning three weeks this unique experience offers: EBHC modules; non-accredited short courses; a selection of workshops and EBMLive 2022.
Thursday, 30 June 2022 to Friday, 01 July 2022 @ UPF University, CRES, Barcelona, Spain
This study group provides a forum of two days for bringing together graduates and researchers who wish to discuss work in progress and explore opportunities for new research related health economics. Participants are expected to attend the entire meeting and take an active part as either author or discussant. The gala dinner of the workshop will take on 30th June.
Thursday, 16 June 2022 to Friday, 17 June 2022 @ Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore (Rome Campus)
Litchfield Lecture: “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Pandemic: How Medical History Helped Flatten the Curve"
Tuesday, 24 May 2022 @ St Luke's Chapel, Radcliffe Observatory Quarter, Woodstock road, Oxford, OX2 6GG
Professor Howard Markel will be giving a Litchfield lecture at 2pm on Tuesday 24 May, St Luke's Chapel, Radcliffe Observatory Quarter, Woodstock road, OX2 6GG. Hosted by Professor Trish Greenhalgh.
Wednesday, 16 March 2022, 12am to 5.15pm @ St. Catherine’s College
The NIHR Oxford BRC 'Obesity, Diet and Lifestyle' theme welcomes researchers across Oxford who have an interest in this area of research to meet in-person and share their latest work at this free of charge event.
Wednesday, 09 March 2022 to Thursday, 10 March 2022 @ Maplethorpe Seminar Room, St High’s College, Oxford
This course will serve as an introduction to interrupted time series analysis (ITSA) including selection and setup of data sources, statistical analysis, interpretation and presentation, and identification of potential challenges.
Monday, 07 March 2022 to Tuesday, 08 March 2022, 12am - 1am
[ONLINE] Aimed at PhD, MPhil and MD students, researchers, NHS professionals, GPs, managers, CEOs interested in pursuing a high-stake career in the field, this programme provides an introduction to the central issues in health economics and health policy.
Tuesday, 15 February 2022, 2pm to 4pm @ Zoom
Wednesday, 17 November 2021, 12pm to 1pm
Monday, 04 October 2021 to Wednesday, 06 October 2021
This online course will serve as an introduction to some of the concepts and principles in the economics of health and health care, and will provide an in-depth understanding of some tools usually used by health economists to study health policy issues.
Monday, 21 June 2021 to Tuesday, 22 June 2021, 4pm - 7.30pm
Oxford Social Prescribing Research Network: An interdisciplinary approach to creating an evidence base
Monday, 24 May 2021, 5.30pm to 6.30pm
Wednesday, 12 May 2021, 12.30pm to 1.30pm
A discussion around the mechanisms of nicotine addiction, nicotine replacement therapy and new ways of delivering nicotine.
Friday, 26 March 2021, 1pm to 2pm
Monday, 22 February 2021 to Wednesday, 24 February 2021 @ Online
This three-days course will serve as an introduction to some of the concepts and principles in the economics of health and health care, will provide an in-depth understanding of the tools usually used by health economists to address issues of health policy.