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Green Templeton College | Oxford


Thursday 7 June

The internationally renowned art critic John Berger in his book Ways of Seeing has written ‘No other kind of relic or text from the past can offer such a direct testimony about the world which surrounded other people at other times’.

Speaker: Professor Alan Emery, GTC Honorary Fellow.

In this final Emery Lecture, Professor Emery shows how the relationship between Doctor and Patient has changed over the centuries as illustrated in works of art – a process which continues today.

The Richard Normann Lecture 2012

Thursday 31 May

Speaker: Presented by Professor Per Olof Berg, Head of Marketing Section, Stockholm University School of Business.

HEXI-MiM Seminar: Moral Leadership in Healthcare

Monday, April 30, 2012 At 17:00

Speakers: Dr Suzanne Shale, Senior researcher in the Health Experiences Research Group, and Murray Andreson-Wallace, Executive Producer PATIENTSTORIES.ORG.UK

This series is co-organised by the Health Experiences Institute (HEXI) and the Management in Medicine (MIM) programme at Green Templeton, with generous funding support from the Templeton Education and Charity Trust.

HEXI/MiM Seminar: Patient Experience in a Cold Climate

Monday, March 05, 2012

Speakers: Bruce Laurie (Chairman) and Dr Alf Troughton (Medical Director), Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Swindon, and Dr Karen Luxford, Director of Patient Based Care, Clinical Excellence Commission, New South Wales, Australia.

What are the pressures affecting the state in different parts of the world in the 21st century? Political conflict, economic collapse and civil uprisings are all contributing to tensions in various parts of the world.

In States in Crisis, five speakers will explore aspects of these pressures from a largely regional perspective.

Visit the Green Templeton Lectures 2012 web page

States in Crisis Lecture 1
Monday 16 January 2012

Speaker: Paul Collier, Professor of Economics, Oxford University Economics Department

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