We are delighted that Dame Prof Louise Robinson is the guest speaker at our FHLS annual research lecture, which will be delivered online. Title: ‘Dementia: forget about a cure, focus on care and future prevention’. More info about the lecture Booking details The lecture is open to the public and free. Please book here to secure your place. For further information […]
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Virtual Annual Public Meeting Monday 28 September 2020 6.30pm – 7.30pm You are cordially invited to attend and hear our Board members talk about the Trust’s performance over the past year. There will also be a presentation from Oxford Hospitals Charity. Everyone is welcome. Book for the OUH Annual Public Meeting via eventbrite Submit a question […]
You are invited to Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust’s first online Annual Members’ and General Meeting on Thursday, September 24, 2020 at 6pm to 8pm. We are holding the meeting online to ensure public safety during the coronavirus pandemic. Full joining instructions, agenda and papers are accessible from our dedicated site here The Trust’s Annual Members’ and […]
It will cover how England’s evolving research and innovation infrastructure is working to match health system needs and is part of the Health Services Research UK conference. Sign up here for tickets to the event
Faculty of Health and Life Sciences Annual Research Lecture to be given by Dame Sue Black Dame Susan Margaret Black DBE FRSE FRCP FRAI is a Scottish forensic anthropologist, anatomist and academic. She is the Pro Vice-Chancellor for Engagement at Lancaster University. From 2005 to 2018, she was Professor of Anatomy and Forensic Anthropology at […]
This Panel discussion will discuss the emerging findings from a recent study to demonstrate the feasibility of a novel machine learning approach to diabetes assessment. The CARDIGAN project aims to test whether criticality analysis of gait can be used as a fast, reliable and cost effective way to detect individuals at risk of developing type […]
This workshop will provide a first look at emerging findings from a recent study to demonstrate the feasibility of a novel machine learning approach to diabetes assessment. The CARDIGAN project aims to test whether criticality analysis of gait can be used as a fast, reliable and cost effective way to detect individuals at risk of […]
VentureFest 2019 is again being held at Oxford Brookes University – an ideal location. For further information please visit their website here
This second public meeting will be held in Banbury on 23 July 2019.
The Public meeting of the OUH NHS FT will be held on Tuesday 16 July 2019. Following Prof Sir Jonathan Montgomery‘s welcome, Bruno Holthof, our Chief Executive, will present a review of the last year and comment on future plans, followed by a talk on Dementia and Delirium by Prof Sarah Pendlebury.