8
Jul
2011

The importance of specialisation in health for journalists: The Spanish case

As part of the Health in the Headlines conference Esther Paniagua a health journalist from Spain discusses the importance of specialisation in health for journalists. To find out more please visit www.europeanhealthjournalism.com

8
Jul
2011

Raising Standards in Health Journalism

As part of the Health in the Headlines conference Afroditi Veloudaki, Director of HeaRT (Health Reporter Training Project) talks about improving the training and raising Standards in Health Journalism in Europe. To find out more please visit www.europeanhealthjournalism.com

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8
Jul
2011

Pressing for accuracy, balance and completeness in health journalism

As part of the Health in the Headlines conference Gary Schwitzer - Publisher of award winning website healthnewsreview.org discusses Pressing for accuracy, balance and completeness in health journalism. To find out more please visit www.europeanhealthjournalism.com

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8
Jul
2011

News in the making: Features and changes in health coverage in Portugal

As part of the Health in the Headlines conference Rita Araujo from the University of Minho discusses health news coverage in Portugal. To find out more please visit www.europeanhealthjournalism.com

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8
Jul
2011

Health in the Headlines - The attack on Medicare

As part of the Health in the Headlines conference Trudy Lieberman, contributing editor Columbia Journalism Review discusses health care news coverage in the US and the attack on Medicare. To find out more please visit www.europeanhealthjournalism.com

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7
Feb
2011

Gill Furze - Biomedical vs. Biopsychosocial treatments: The example of Angina

Gill Furze is Professor of Adult Nursing and Health Care at Coventry University. To find out more about upcoming Professorial Lectures please visit http://wwwm.coventry.ac.uk/researchnet/events/lectures/Pages/ProfessorialLecutures.aspx

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11
Jun
2009

Health and Lifestyle Interventions - Self Management Programme

Self-management recognises but seeks to overcome the challenges involved in living with a long-term health condition or caring for someone, young or old, with a long-term health condition (LTHC). This approach to health and well-being is underpinned by the disciplines of health and positive psychology.

This film shows some of the work of the Applied Research Centre in Health and Lifestyle Interventions

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24
Nov
2008

Saving Time Saving Lives - Professor Tom Quinn

Professor Tom Quinn is a leading figure in cardiovascular nursing. He is an adviser to the Department of Health in emergency cardiac care. He is also cardiovascular, stroke and research lead for the West Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust (WMAS) and clinical lead for cardiovascular disease, stroke and vascular diseases in the NHS National Library for Health.

Professor Quinn's areas of research focus on improving systems for delivery of rapid emergency cardiac care, both in and out of hospital. He is also involved in shaping policy in the cardiovascular arena.

In this talk entitled 'Saving Time, Saving Lives: improving emergency care of heart attack and stroke', Professor Quinn talks about some of the pioneering research that he has been involved in throughout his professional career.

You can watch the lecture and see the slides by visiting Coventry University TV

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12
May
2008

Physics, Metaphysics and the Big Bang - Professor Morteza Abyaneh

This lecture is taken from Professor Morteza Abyaneh's 60th birthday Professorial lecture on 'Physics, Metaphysics and the Big Bang', organised by Coventry University as a celebration of his years of research and endeavour.

The Professor talks about his approach to creation, other dimensions and hyperspace.

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29
Nov
2007

PR and Racial Equality - Colleen Harris

Colleen Harris has recently set a consultancy which helps map out issues of Equality and Diversity for companies such as Channel 4 and the Telegraph Media Group. She has previously worked as a PR advisor for Trevor Phillips, John Prescott, Prince Charles and Margaret Thatcher amongst others.

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