Professor Nisreen Alwan, MBE, will deliver her Inaugural Lecture, focusing on her personal journey from Baghdad to Southampton, and how the stops along the way shaped my career and life directions towards becoming a public health academic. As a Professor
This is part of the Engaged Medicine ‘Inspiring Stories’ blog series. This blog is written by Kate Hough who shares her experiences of using community engagement to raise awareness of better hearing and brain health.
2023’s Getting Started in Participatory and Coproduced Research Training Workshop On 17th July 2023, Lucy Green (Faculty Head of Engagement), Gary Hickey (Senior Public Involvement Manager, Agora Digital Centre) and Katie Porter (Project Manager, Agora Digital Centre) held the second
This is part of the Engaged Medicine ‘Inspiring Stories’ blog series. This blog is written by Traci Carroll, a public contributor who has been involved in work at the Faculty of Medicine. Traci reflects on the second annual “Getting started in participatory and coproduced research workshop” and her public involvement experience with the Faculty of Medicine over the past year.
Morgan Blanc is currently on the University’s BM5 course in his fourth year (5th year of study after his intercalation). He speaks to Medically Speaking about undertaking the Medical Humanities module. A poem he wrote during the module is at the bottom of the page.
To celebrate Black History Month, three Black female professionals – Dr Ria Clarke (RC), Esmé Ara’Resa (ER) and Priscilla Vivian (PV) – took part in a panel event exploring treating Black female patients, being a Black woman working in healthcare, and navigating the difficulty of self-care. In this blog for Medically Speaking, two medical students Oluwasemire Adetoro and Ihuoma Osuji, share their key takeaways, insights and discussions from the event.