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There are 5 events taking place next week
Tuesday 4th July 2017

Power to the people: do public health campaigns improve awareness and quality of palliative care?

Power to the people: do public health campaigns improve awareness and quality of palliative care?
Date
4 July 2017
Description
The right to health includes a right of access to good quality palliative care, but inequalities persist. Raising awareness is a key plank of the public health approach to palliative care but involves consideration of subjects most of us prefer not to address. This talk examines the complexities of awareness raising, and distills key messages from international research.
Thursday 6th July 2017

Educational Inquiry Network event two: developing an understanding of the meaning of a Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

Educational Inquiry Network event two: developing an understanding of the meaning of a Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Date
6 July 2017
Location:
C45, Dearing Building, Jubilee Campus
Description
Building on our successful first event this second event will continue to examine what we mean by a Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL).

Nottingham Engaged: Rebooting 'the Expert'?

Nottingham Engaged: Rebooting 'the Expert'?
Date
6 July 2017
Description
A one-day conference that seeks to bring together University of Nottingham researchers and academics with an interest in or experience of working in the public engagement/policy impact space.
Friday 7th July 2017

Staff Golf Day 2017

Staff Golf Day 2017
Date
7 July 2017
Location:
Wollaton Park Golf Club
Description
The University of Nottingham Staff Golf Day will be hosted at Wollaton Park Golf Club on Friday 7 July 2017.

Fate, luck and fortune: political narratives of environmental risk

Fate, luck and fortune: political narratives of environmental risk
Date
7 July 2017
Location:
The Hemsley, University Park
Description
The Department of Classics (University of Nottingham) and the Department of History (University of Liverpool) present 'Fate, luck and fortune: narratives of environmental risk'. How do we talk about the risks of our environment? Who do we blame when things go wrong? Second in a series of three workshops.
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