Bookings Open – 2019 Cambridge Public Health Lecture:
Professor Sir David Spiegelhalter – Communicating Risk & Uncertainty
This year’s lecture will be delivered by Professor Sir David Spiegelhalter, Chair of the Winton Centre for Risk and Evidence Communication, at 3pm on 21st October 2019. The theme of the lecture will be “Communicating Risk and Uncertainty.” It will take place at the Li Ka Shing Centre, Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute, Cambridge.
This is the 6th edition in our annual Cambridge Public Health Lecture series. Previous lecture speakers include Professor John Ioannidis, Dr Flavia Bustreo, Professor Dame Sally Davies and Dr Julio Frenk.
* Call for abstracts *
Want to showcase and engage new people in your research? Present a poster at our annual lecture.
Please send your abstract (300 words max) for your A0 poster to email@example.com
Posters can be:
- On any topic relating to public & population health
- You can present an existing poster
- We can provide guidance on how to present
Deadline for submissions: 15 September 2019
Background to event series:
The annual Cambridge Public Health Lecture series presents an opportunity for public health researchers, policymakers and professionals to come together to hear from public health leaders, and discover and discuss the latest public health research breakthroughs at Cambridge.
Recordings and information about our previous events can be found via the links below. To receive information about our upcoming lecture please join our mailing list.
2018 CIPH annual lecture – by Professor John Ioannidis: Reproducible and useful research for public health and policy decisions
2017 CIPH annual conference – keynote lecture by Dr Flavia Bustreo: Health across the life course – unlocking the potential of women, children and adolescents
2016 CIPH annual conference – keynote lecture by Professor Dame Sally Davies: The (In)Discipline of Public Health
2015 CIPH annual conference – keynote lecture by Dr Julio Frenk: Why public health research matters
2014 CIPH annual conference & keynote lecture: Ageing populations – the public health implications