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Julian Tudor Hart Annual Lectures

Julian Tudor Hart Annual Lectures

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Lecture six:

The sixth lecture was held on the 7th December 2011. Professor Allyson Pollock, Queen Mary, University of London, presented 'In Place of Fear: Can Wales resist the English onslaught of market driven health care?'.

Paul Walker, Professor Gareth Williams, Dr Tony Jewell, Professor Allyson Pollock, Dr Julian Tudor Hart, Marie John

Lecture five:

The fifth lecture was held on the 9th December 2010 and was delivered by Dr Harry Burns, Chief Medical Officer Scotland. Dr Burns lecture was entitled ‘Fighting disparities or creating health: have we got the balance right?

Lecture four:

The fourth lecture was held on 9th December 2009 and was delivered by Professor David J Hunter (Professor of Health Policy and Management, Durham University). Professor Hunter's lecture was entitled 'Tackling wicked issues: the case of health inequalities'.

Lecture three:

The third lecture was held on 14th May 2008 and was delivered by Professor George Davey Smith (Professor of Clinical Epidemiology, University of Bristol). Professor Davey Smith's lecture was entitled 'Chance, choice and collective risk: why we need more impersonal medicine'

Lecture two:

The second annual Julian Tudor Hart lecture was held on 16th May 2007 and was delivered by Professor Mansel Aylward CB (Director, UnumProvident Centre for Psychosocial and Disability Research). Professor Aylward's lecture was entitled 'Changing the culture about work, health and inactivity: avenues to happiness and wellbeing'

Lecture one:

The inaugural Julian Tudor Hart annual lecture was held on Wednesday 10th May 2006 and was delivered by Dr. Tudor Hart himself. The lecture was entitled ‘The Political Economy of Health Care: A Clinical Perspective’ To read the event report please see issue 10 of our newsletter

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