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Public Lecture Series 2016

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

Our first Public Lecture Series, in 2016, brought together leading experts in health and healthcare, highlighting our global connections and stimulating debate across a range of contemporary issues.

 

Watch the 2016 lectures

Revisit our first ever Public Lecture Series, themed around health and healthcare. Watch the lectures in full and hear our experts discuss everything from ageing to cancer and public health.

 Professor Mandy Fader, panel chair

Ageing

Discover how the University and its collaborators are tackling the effects of ageing, with a focus on dementia and its effects on society.

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Cancer Lecture

Cancer

We explore cancer research, aftercare and the breakthroughs researchers have made within the field of immunology.

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Respiratory lecture

Respiratory

Taking an in-depth look at respiratory health, discussing cross-sector collaborations and developing treatments for asthma.

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Professor Neena Modi

Adolescent and preconception health

Our expert panel discusses issues around adolescent and preconception health.

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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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Public Lecture Series 2017

Watch the sessions from last year's Public Lecture Series, on the theme of Environment, with topics including food security and climate.

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Public Lecture Series 2018

Find out more about this year's lectures, beginning in October, which will explore the theme of population and migration.

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