Alumni Weekend Event: “Harms in healthcare”
Is medicine broken? Are patients and the public subjected to unnecessary harms? Is regulatory policy a driver of unnecessary harm?
Join health researchers from the Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine for a series of talks on hormone pregnancy tests, weight loss drugs and mesh devices: drugs and devices that cause significant harm to patients and the public.
Kellogg College is hosting this event as part of the Meeting Minds Alumni weekend.
Bookings should be made via the University Alumni Weekend website.
Chair – Annette Plüddemann, Course Director: MSc in Evidence-Based Health Care.
Professor Carl Heneghan, Professor of Evidence- Based Medicine.
Dr Igho Onakpoya, Research Fellow in Evidence Synthesis.
Jeffrey K Aronson, Consultant Physician and Clinical Pharmacologist.