PUBLIC TALK: How can sleep point the way to better Parkinson’s care?

Rewley House Department for Continuing Education, 1 Wellington Square, Oxford

Location: Rewley House, 1 Wellington Square, Oxford OX1 2JA FREE entry, no booking required. Refreshments at 5.40pm for a 6pm start. Event Overview: Long before symptoms appear, the body can give us clues if someone will develop Parkinson’s disease. In this talk, Professor Michele Hu will explain how research has shown that people with REM sleep... READ MORE

Webinar: Ask Your Questions about the Latest Research into Depression


The public are invited to a webinar to ask questions of leading specialists about the latest research into treatment and management of depression. Prof Michael Browning and Prof Barney Dunn will take questions in an online ‘ask the expert’ event. The public can ask their questions in advance or during the event about the latest... READ MORE

PUBLIC TALK: Understanding Inflammation. A patient-centred perspective.

Rewley House Department for Continuing Education, 1 Wellington Square, Oxford

FREE entry, no booking required. Refreshments at 5.45pm for a 6pm start. Event Overview  What is inflammation and why you should care about it? Gut, skin, joints, brain – inflammation can affect various parts of the body. But for too long we have treated them separately. Now we are looking at treatments that recognise the... READ MORE

PUBLIC EVENT: Find out about stroke and dementia research

Templars Square, Cowley Templars Square 129, Pound Way,, Oxford, United Kingdom

Come to Templars Square, Cowley, and meet our research teams to find out about the amazing research we are doing into Stroke, delirium, dementia and Parkinson’s disease. You can also find out how you can take part in our studies, help improve our understanding of these conditions and play your part in developing better diagnoses... READ MORE

PUBLIC TALK: Technology for acute medical care at home -can we really replace the hospital?

Said Business School University of Oxford, Park End St,, Oxford

In this talk, Professor Dan Lasserson will outline how digital innovations and technologies that have benefitted patients in hospital can be deployed in the home and care home. He will explain how they can deliver more patient-focused and personalised solutions, but there are questions that researchers need to answer so we can understand how best to develop this model of care.

Patient and Public Involvement in Oxfordshire Lunchtime Workshop


Join us for this workshop, run by the Council for Allied Health Professions Research (CAHPR), that gives a flavour of working with patients and public in research in Oxfordshire. As well as defining patient and public involvement in research, two public contributors from Oxfordshire will outline their experiences of working with various clinical research projects... READ MORE

How to involve men in service design, delivery, and research


Ensuring that health services, research and education meet the needs of people from all walks of life is vital. To achieve this, patients, their families and carers, alongside health and care staff, all need to work together. This webinar is the second of our two-part series focusing on men’s health. It will explore how health... READ MORE

NDORMS Patient and Public Involvement Open Day

Botnar Institue for Musculoskeletal Sciences Windmill Road, Oxford, United Kingdom

Our first ever open day will offer a great opportunity to hear about how you can become involved in health research in our department. About the event You will be able to listen to researchers' updates on their current research projects, and have a tour of our laboratories to see the science in action. Over... READ MORE

Open Day: Exploring Healthcare Research

Leiden Square, Oxford Leiden Square, Westgate Centre, Oxford, United Kingdom

Come and join us for our Open Day at the Westgate Centre in Oxford between 10am and 3.30pm on Wednesday 10th May. The event – held jointly with Oxford Health BRC – will allow members of the public to visit interactive stands showcasing some of the amazing research that takes place in Oxford for the... READ MORE

Unvirtuous circle: Cascading effects of inequity across the health-related AI innovation lifecycle?

Rewley House Department for Continuing Education, 1 Wellington Square, Oxford

This free lecture with Professor David Leslie, Director of Ethics and Responsible Innovation Research at The Alan Turing Institute, explores whether health-related AI increases inequity. Everyone welcome. For more details and to register: 

Crohn’s and Colitis Public Information Event

Patients, the public and healthcare professionals are welcome to attend a Crohn’s & Colitis public information event taking place in Lecture Theatre 1, John Radcliffe Hospital and online, on Tuesday 21 March from 5.30pm to 7.30pm. Updates will be given on IBD research, care and management, with a Question and Answer session. For registration and... READ MORE