Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences

Celebration Gallery

Check out all of the videos and pictures from throughout our milestone year.

Launch Event

Missed out on our Launch Event on 23 September 2020? We recorded the whole thing so you can see where our celebrations this year began.

Lecture and Q&A with Professor Jonathan Van Tam

Nottingham alumnus (Medicine, 1987) and England's Deputy Chief Medical Officer, Professor Jonathan Van-Tam joined us for a special guest lecture as part of the University's celebrations marking 50 years of Medicine and 30 years of Nursing.

The pandemic and public health: Learning from COVID-19

A question and answer session with Professor Jamie Waterall, Deputy Chief Nurse, Public Health England; Associate Professor Lesley Halliday, Director of Undergraduate Education, School of Health Sciences; and three of our student nurses on:

  • What have we learnt over the past year?
  • What opportunities are presented to allow a rethink of our existing model of care?
  • What part do we all play in public health in the UK?

Dean's Symposiums

Dean's Symposium: Transformative Inclusion: The future of healthcare

A virtual symposium hosted by Professor Brigitte Scammell on improving health equity over the next 50 years featuring talks on mental health from Usama Ali, the healthcare of trans people from Nat Thorne, and race, allyship, and advocacy from Stacy Johnson MBE.

Celebrating the transformational impact of Nursing on healthcare outcomes

A virtual symposium with talks on working from home and Florence Nightingale from Professor Paul Crawford, health inequalities by Professor Gina Higginbottom MBE, and on mental health recovery by Professor Mike Slade.

50 Years Public Lecture Series

A Chemical Childhood: the importance of curiosity, diversity and role models in science 

A talk from Professor Roger Bayston with a rather personal account of his career in science. He hopes to show how important it is to accommodate the different, the curious, the experimental in people, including in children.

Do you know someone with eczema?

A talk from Professor Hywel Williams, who will take you on a journey that spans 30 years of his research career, exploring the fascinating world of eczema in more detail – and across the world too.

Surviving the crash: 50 years of trauma care in Nottingham

Come and experience this fascinating lecture joining together; Chris Moran, Professor of Orthopaedic Trauma Surgery at NUH and National Clinical Director for Trauma at NHS-England & NHS-Improvement, and Benjamin Ollivere, Professor of Orthopaedic Trauma who will be leading you on a journey through 50 years of trauma care in Nottingham.

Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences

University of Nottingham
Medical School
Queen's Medical Centre
Nottingham, NG7 2UH

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