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Meeting Minds: Evidence-Based Medicine: Why it’s important and why it's controversial

DateSaturday 21 September 2024

Time11.00am - 12.00pm

LocationThe Hub

Evidence-Based Medicine: Why it’s important and why it’s controversial

Lucy Julia Johnston will be hosting a conversation with Professor Carl Heneghan and Dr Tom Jefferson on the importance and controversy surrounding evidence-based medicine. They will be discussing the impact of the pandemic on healthcare and wellbeing, and the use or lack of use of evidence in post-pandemic times.


Carl Heneghan

Professor of Evidence-Based Medicine

Lucy Julia Johnston

Health and Social Affairs Editor of the Sunday Express

Tom Jefferson

Clinical Epidemiologist

Tickets are available for booking starting early July.

Kellogg alumni receive an exclusive 50% off tickets using the code ‘KEL50’ when booking sessions held at Kellogg College (otherwise most sessions are £15).

Please note, as this event is organised by the University of Oxford, our cancellation policy does not apply.

Open to: Alumni,