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The Future Face of Healthcare

A collaborative, free public lecture series aimed at celebrating and acknowledging the high level of commitment to research and teaching in the shared environment of the Dunedin School of Medicine and the Southern District Health Board. 

Presented in a 'snapshot' forum, up to six speakers at each event share their multidisciplinary research and clinical experience in an open, public forum.

  • Wellington event 2017: date to be confirmed - watch this space!
  • Invercargill event: 6th April 2017 at the Centrestage Theatre where an audience of over 180 enjoyed talks from both Otago and Southland speakers
  • Dunedin event: 24th November 2016 at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery, with an audience of over 140, was a resounding success

If you were unable to attend, you can listen to the talks by clicking on any of the links to the videos below.  

Dr Chris Jackson  |  Medical Oncologist, Medical Director, Cancer Society of New Zealand |  Listen to Chris' talk (incl. Nigel Millar's introduction) (mp4 604MB)

Dr Rosalina Richards  |  Co-Director, Cancer Society Social and Behavioural Research Unit | Listen to Rose's talk (mp4 315MB)

Associate Professor Patrick Manning  |  Associate Professor of Medicine, Consultant Endocrinologist | Listen to Patrick's talk (mp4 350MB)

Associate Professor Sarah Young  |  Head of Department of Pathology | Listen to Sarah's talk (mp4 225MB)

Associate Professor Gerard Wilkins  |  Consultant Cardiologist | Listen to Gerry's talk (mp4 320MB)

Professor Stephen Robertson | Professor of Paediatric Genetics | Listen to Stephen's talk (mp4 315MB)

Professor Barry Taylor  | Dean of the Dunedin School of Medicine  | Listen to Barry's closing remarks (mp4 65.7MB)

FULL TALK in Dunedin featuring all speakers (mp4 1.34GB)

Download the Dunedin poster (PDF 684 KB)

For information on these events please contact DSM marketing/communications and events coordinator, Sophia McKay