Health & Society’ podcast series – launch is November 8th with Nigel Warburton

When: 6pm Tuesday November 8th

Where: Pyramid Room (K4U.04, King’s Building, Strand Campus)


podcast-header1You are invited to the launch of “Health & Society”, a new podcast series featuring early career researchers in the Department of Global Health & Social Medicine at King’s College London. Each podcast features one researcher discussing their work with Philosophy Bites well known interviewer and author Nigel Warburton.

This podcast series is produced thanks to the support of the King’s College London School of Social Science and Public Policy Education Fund (2015/2016).

Our researchers cover subjects across a broad range of the most important health-related issues facing the world today, ranging from reproductive technologies through to population ageing, psychiatric care, epigenetics and many areas in between. The podcasts are informative and accessible, aiming to support improved understanding of pertinent issues while remaining entertaining.

nigelwarburtonJoin us in the Pyramid Room (King’s College London, Strand Campus, Department of Geography) to celebrate the series release, where we’ll be hearing from KCL Radio producers Aidan Judd and Ellie Clifford, as well as interviewer Nigel Warburton, British philosopher, author and interviewer for Philosophy Bites.

The launch will be followed by a drinks reception.

Please be aware that the event will be videoed and live streamed via Facebook Live Stream.

Please direct any queries to and



About jamesrupertfletcher

PhD candidate at the Institute of Gerontology, King's College London. Interested in dementia, health & social care and social theory. @JamesRuFletcher
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