MBBS Curriculum 2020

Video Archive (List)

Placebo-Controlled Surgical Trials
1 October 2015 – 18:30-20:00

Lecture: David Beard, Professor of Musculoskeletal Sciences, University of Oxford
Comment: David Papineau, Professor of Philosophy, King’s College London

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Lies, Damn’d Lies, and Statistics: Is it possible to communicate cancer risk accurately?
15 October 2015 – 18:30-20:00

Lecture: Steve John, Lecturer, History and Philosophy of Science, University of Cambridge
Comment: Deborah Ruddy, Consultant in Clinical Genetics, Guy’s and St. Thomas’ Hospital

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”Just because I’m paranoid doesn’t mean they’re not out to get me”: The Problem of Defining Delusion
12 November 2015 – 18:30-20:00

Lecture: Dr. Abdi Sanati, Consultant Inpatient Psychiatrist, North East London NHS Foundation Trust
Comment: Dr. Luis Flores, MD, MA, MPhil

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“If I had to live like you, I think I’d kill myself”: Explaining the Disability Paradox
26 November 2015 – 18:30-20:00

Lecture: Havi Carel, Professor of Philosophy, University of Bristol
Comment: Brian Hurwitz, Professor of Medicine and the Arts, King’s College London

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Cause or Correlation? Causal Evidence in Medicine and Law
28 January 2016 – 18:30-20:00

Lecture: Brendan Clarke, Department of Science and Technology Studies, UCL
Comment: Nicki Cohen, Neuropathologist, GKT Department of Medical Education, KCL

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Self-Knowledge in and out of Illness: Symposium Introduction
3 May 2016

Sherri Roush, Peter Sowerby Chair in Philosophy and Medicine

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Self-Reflection in illness and health – literal and metaphorical?
3 May 2016

Lecture: Tony David, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology, and Neuroscience, King’s College London

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Metacognition for acting and deciding together
3 May 2016

Lecture: Nick Shea, Department of Philosophy, King’s College London

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Self-Perception of Weight: Is a little knowledge a dangerous thing?
3 May 2016

Lecture: Fiona Johnson, University College London

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Big data, Big Brother and the internet of things: the challenges of implementing mobile health
3 May 2016

Lecture: Matthew Hotopf, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology, and Neuroscience, King’s College London

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Skin Self-examination
3 May 2016

Lecture: Fiona Cowdell and Judith Dyson, University of Hull

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Self-knowledge in Diagnosis and Self-Diagnosis
3 May 2016

Lecture: Quassim Cassam, Department of Philosophy, University of Warwick

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Psychological aspects of Breast Self-examination
3 May 2016

Lecture: Paul Norman, University of Sheffield

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Genetic Screening: Tales from the Real World
4 May 2016

Lecture: Christine Patch, Guy’s and St. Thomas’ Hospitals

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Hypochondria and self-recalibration
4 May 2016

Lecture: Sherri Roush, Department of Philosophy, King’s College London

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Self-cultivation and Self-knowing: Knowledge as Style
4 May 2016

Lecture: Sacha Golob, Department of Philosophy, King’s College London

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“I just know” – experiences of self-managing acute exacerbations in COPD
4 May 2016

Lecture: Veronika Williams, University of Oxford

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What Kind of Knowledge can Illness Promote?
4 May 2016

Lecture: Havi Carel, University of Bristol

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Sailing Close to the Wind: Models and Metaphors for the Self-Management of Diabetes
4 May 2016

Lecture: Tim Holt, University of Oxford

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Mortality
29 September 2016 – 16:30-18:00

Lecture: David Galloway, KCL Philosophy

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Were you a part of your mother? The Metaphysics of Pregnancy
13 October 2016 – 16:30-18:00

Lecture: Elselijn Kingma, Department of Philosophy, University of Southampton

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Delusional Reasoning
27 October 2016 – 16:30-18:00

Lecture: Matthew Parrott, KCL Philosophy

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Surviving the Sirens: Should there be advance directives for people with bipolar?
27 October 2016 – 16:30-18:00

Lecture: Tania Gergel, IoPPN
Comment: Alex Ruck Keene, Barrister

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What’s wrong with pragmatic trials?
26 January 2017 – 17:00-18:30

Lecture: Nancy Cartwright, University of Durham and University of California, San Diego (Work with Sarah Wieten)

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Manic Temporality and Decision-Making: A Phenomenological Approach
2 March 2017 – 17:00-18:30

Lecture: Wayne Martin, Department of Philosophy, University of Essex

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Privacy, consent and health data: using identifiable health data for secondary purposes ethically, but without consent
16 March 2017 – 17:00-18:30

Lecture: James Wilson, Department of Philosophy, UCL

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