Over 4000 free audio and video lectures, seminars and teaching resources from Oxford University.
Skip to Content Skip to Navigation

nuffield department of medicine

# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Beware - Understanding Evidence in Global Health Caesar asks the questions of Proochista and they discuss the importance of, and limitations to, using evidence in global health decision making and the need to be aware of all the factors that influence global health, not just data. Proochista Ariana, Caesar Atuire 27 Feb 2024
2 Breaking Down Barriers in Global Health Proochista and Caesar discuss the barriers preventing equity in global health and how knowledge and expertise need to be redefined in order for global health decision making to be properly inclusive. Proochista Ariana, Caesar Atuire 27 Feb 2024
3 What is Partnership in Global Health? A discussion of how interdependence and collaboration in global health evolves into partnerships and whether these partnerships are equitable with all participants sharing the benefits. Proochista Ariana, Caesar Atuire 12 Jan 2024
4 Decolonization in Global Health Proochista and Caesar discuss the key features of colonization and how decolonization is trying to roll back the negative effects of colonization to create fair and equal global health for today. Proochista Ariana, Caesar Atuire 12 Jan 2024
5 Introduction An introduction to the series. Proochista Ariana 12 Jan 2024
6 Creative Commons Surgical Consent How has the relationship between doctor and patient changed since the nineteenth century? Did Victorian surgeons take their patients’ wishes seriously? How have the regulations surrounding surgical consent changed? Ashok Handa, Sally Frampton 24 Jun 2019
7 Outreach and Impact - Engaging with the community The Nuffield Department of Medicine is committed to the pursuit of academic excellence and the positive impact of its research on the health and wellbeing of the global community. Kate Fuller, Jen Bardsley, Simon Bushell, Wen Hwa Lee 12 Nov 2013
8 Science Oxford Live 2013 - Public Engagement The Nuffield Department of Medicine recognises that public engagement is vital to educate, inform and build relationships with the community. Our scientists are actively engaging in open discussion, meeting people to debate, listen and learn. Dianne Newbury, Chas Bountra, Stefan Knapp 17 Sep 2013