Programme 2019-20

Virtual Event: COVID-19 and care homes – What went wrong and why?

Thursday 21 May 2020
Speaker: Professor Mary Daly, Governing Body Fellow, Green Templeton College and Professor of Sociology and Social Policy at the Department of Social Policy and Intervention, University of Oxford.
Read a report of the event from Green Templeton alumna Dr Gemma Hughes (DPhil Evidence Based Health Care, 2019).
Watch the virtual seminar recording.
Access the seminar slides.

Innovation in home care

Thursday 21 November 2019
Read an overview of the event here and access the presentation slides here.
Speakers:
Dr Cate Goodlad, Research Associate, Centre for International Research on Care, Labour & Equalities, University of Sheffield
Dr Kate Hamblin, Co-Investigator, Sustainable Care Research Fellow, Centre for International Research on Care, Labour & Equalities, University of Sheffield
Dr Karla Zimpel-Leal, UKRI Innovation Fellow, Centre for International Research on Care, Labour & Equalities, University of Sheffield

Sir John Hanson Memorial Lecture 2019 – Challenges of implementing an ethic of care in law and social policy

Thursday 17 October 2019
Read a report from this event here
Speaker: Professor Jonathan Herring, DM Wolfe-Clarendon Fellow in Law, Exeter College, University of Oxford.

 

Video consultations in healthcare: examples from the US and the UK

Tuesday 3 March, 14:00-16:00
The Green Templeton College Health & Care Initiative along with Digital Health Oxford (DHOx), hosted a series of talks on video consultations, bringing together learning from different clinical areas.
Speakers: Dr Jennifer Fang, Assistant Professor of Paediatrics, Consultant Neonatologist, Mayo Clinic, with Ed Percy, VP EMEA, InTouch Health, Dr Harpreet Sood, practicing NHS doctor and Health Education England, previously NHS England’s Associate Chief Clinical Information Officer, Professor Sara Shaw, Dr Joe Wherton and Dr Lucas Seuren, Interdisciplinary Research in Health Sciences (IRIHS) group, Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, University of Oxford.