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News & events
Midwifery: Crafting Artisanal Care in a Risk Society
Prof Barbara Katz-Rothman. 5.15pm Tuesday 2nd June. Teviot Lecture Theatre.
Congratulations to Rebecca Parry, who has been awarded a Cumberland Lodge Scholarship.
The scholarship offers a unique opportunity for students from any discipline to develop skills in communication, public engagement and interdisciplinary collaboration.
Dr Anne Aboaja receives The Revd Dr Murray McGregor Memorial Scholarship from Gladstone's Library
The Revd Dr Murray McGregor Memorial Scholarship is awarded for those working on any aspect of Religious Studies, and was this year awarded to Anne Aboaja.
Migrant and Ethnic Health Research
Helping to Make a Fairer, Healthier Scotland
A one-day conference on recent research about how migration and ethnic background can affect health. Thursday 24 September 2015. Glasgow.
Bayesian Disease Mapping Course
Coming soon to CPHS - Bayesian Disease Mapping Course (29th June to 3rd July 2015) presented by Professor Andrew Lawson, South Carolina, USA
RSE medal for Martyn Pickersgill
The 2015 Royal Society of Edinburgh Prizewinners have been announced - and include Dr Martyn Pickersgill of CPHS. Congratulations Martyn!