The Primary Care Unit runs a monthly Tuesday (1-2pm) seminar series, organised by Laura Lamming and Rupert Payne. Forthcoming seminars are as follows:
- 15th Jan – Tom Alderson & Laurence Atkinson (GP Education Group) – Can we teach clinical reasoning?
- 19th Feb – Duncan Edwards (Cardiovascular Group) – Why is usage of stroke prevention therapy still low in British primary care and what should we do about it?
- 19th March – Rupert Payne & Charlotte Paddison (Health Services Research Group) – Epidemiology of Polypharmacy and Multimorbidity: Meaning and implications for primary care
- 30th April (12:30 – 1:30pm) – Yoryos Lyratzopoulos, Gary Abel & Katie Saunders (Health Services Research Group) – The experience of cancer patients in NHS hospitals: Addressing the gap between data availability and credibility
- 14th May – Clare Crang & Nothando Ngwenya (Palliative and End of Life Care) – What does High Quality Palliative Care really mean in a changing National Health Service: a multi-perspective, multi-method, qualitative study of patients with advanced lung cancer and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
- 18th June – Sue Boase & Emily Moran (Palliative and End of Life Care) – The CAPE Study: Community Care Pathways at the End of Life
- 16th July – Chantal Smeekens (Cancer Prevention & Early Diagnosis Group) – Title: TBC
Other seminar series
A number of other seminar series are run within the Institute of Public Health and related units:
- Seminars at the Institute of Public Health, including Bradford Hill Seminars, MRC Biostatistics, CEDAR and PHG Foundation
- Research seminars of the The Institute of Metabolic Science (IMS)
- Strangeways Seminar Series
- MRC Human Nutrition Research
- Cambridge Seminars in Oncology (on Talks.cam)