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Free Health Lecture Series

Health Lecture Series

Christchurch School Of Medicine And Health Sciences

Rolleston Lecture Theatre. March 10- April 14

Chaired by the Dean, Professor Ian Town

Wednesday March 10. 7.30pm . KIDNEYS…FROM FAILURE TO TRANSPLANTATION Professor Zoltan Endre. Department of Medicine

Wednesday March 17. 7.30pm. COPD---CHRONIC BRONCHITIS AND EMPHYSEMA ADVANCES IN UNDERSTANDING & NEW TREATMENTS Professor Ian Town. Canterbury Respiratory Research Group Dean, Christchurch School of Medicine and Health Sciences

Wednesday March 24. 7.30pm. PARKINSON’S, TREMOR, AND OTHER MOVEMENT DISORDERS Professor Tim Anderson. Department of Medicine Cas Van der Veer Chair in Parkinson’s Diseases

Wednesday March 31. 7.30pm. AN ‘EPIDEMIC’ OF DEPRESSION OR THE MEDICALISATION OF UNHAPPINESS? Professor Roger Mulder. Department of Psychological Medicine

Wednesday April 7. 7.30pm A SLEEPING DRAGON---HEPATITIS C Dr Cheryl Brunton. Department of Public Health and General Practice

Wednesday April 14. 7.30pm. THE DEVELOPING FETUS. WHEN CAN PROBLEMS OCCUR AND HOW CAN WE INTERVENE? Professor Pippa Kyle. Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Inaugural Professorial Lecture

Free entry. Discussion and displays by support groups. The School of Medicine and Health Sciences is at front of Christchurch Hospital. Hospital car park on corner of Tuam and Antigua Streets.

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