The University of Southampton

Health and Healthcare public lecture series

The University of Southampton is changing the world to impact on the policy and practice of health and healthcare on a local, national and global scale.

Throughout 2016, the University of Southampton hosted a series of public lectures to showcase leading experts in health and healthcare to illustrate our global connections and stimulate debate across a range of contemporary issues.

Past lectures

Professor Mandy Fader, panel chair


How the University and its key collaborators are tackling the effects of ageing, focusing particularly on dementia and the impact this has on society.

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Cancer Lecture


This lecture focussed on cancer research, aftercare, and the discoveries researchers have made within the field of Immunology.

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Respiratory lecture


Focussed on respiratory health with a panel discussion about developing treatments for asthma and cross-sector collaborations

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Professor Neena Modi

Adolescent and preconception health

Focussed on adolescent and preconception health. Watch the lecture and hear from key figures.

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Simon Stevens, Chief Executive NHS

Public Health

How the University of Southampton is influencing public health and driving cross-sector collaboration

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The Health and Healthcare Lecture Series brings together those responsible for planning and delivering health services in the UK with world-leading, multidisciplinary expertise from the University of Southampton. There will be a focus on key health challenges and how researchers and practitioners can collaborate in identifying practical solutions for treatment and care in the future.

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