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GHSM one bright star in NSS results

(Written on behalf of our Head of Department, Professor Karen Glaser) “It is my pleasure to announce that in its first year of participating in the National Student Survey, GHSM has achieved the remarkable score of 100% overall student satisfaction.  … Continue reading

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New NICE “budget impact test” is flawed attempt to solve a political problem, argue GHSM Vicki Charlton and Annette Rid in a new BMJ editorial

A new “budget impact test”, to be applied by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), is an unpopular and flawed attempt to solve a fundamentally political problem, argue experts in The BMJ today. The test means that NICE-recommended technologies … Continue reading

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Consultation response: GHSM researchers argue that proposed changes to NICE technology appraisal may lead to unfair discrimination

GHSM PhD student Victoria Charlton and Dr Annette Rid have led the preparation of a detailed response to a joint consultation by the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE) and NHS England on changes to NICE’s technology appraisal process. The … Continue reading

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Sign-up is now open for the Second Medical London Excursion to the Royal College of Physicians on Wednesday 1st February!

Sign-up is now open for the Second Medical London Excursion of this academic year, on Wednesday 1st February!

william-harvey-house_1_0_0_0We’ll be heading to the Royal College of Physicians (RCP) for a tour of the RCP including the museum and medicinal garden. We are meeting at 14.00 on 1st February directly at the RCP, in the lobby. Continue reading

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London Bioethics Colloquium Monday November 7th: “Personalisation, Privacy, Solidarity: what counts as progress in medicine?”

The next meeting of the London Bioethics Colloquium is tomorrow,  Monday 7 November, 16:00-17:30 (tea available from 15.30).  We are excited to have a roundtable titled “Personalisation, Privacy, Solidarity: what counts as progress in medicine?”, with three talks: Prof Cong Yali (Professor of Medical Ethics, PKU), “Social … Continue reading

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