APEx Seminars / Lectures

Upcoming seminars:

APEx is no longer routinely offering video links to Truro due to low attendance rates and the unnecessary blocking of a room. If you particularly want to join by video link for one of the seminars please email apexseminars@exeter.ac.uk and we will try to arrange this. 

Academic year 2018/19

Title and Speaker

Monday 3 June

JS07 Smeall

13.00-14.00  

Dr Zelalem Mengistu, Assistant Professor of Obstetrics & Gynaecology and Urogrnaecologist, University of Gondar, Ethiopia

and Dr Emma Pitchforth, Senior Lecturer and Senior Research Fellow in Primary Care, CMH

“Women’s health in Ethiopia: doing more for women with pelvic floor disorders” Flyer ZMEP

                                                      Lunch beforehand from 12.30

Academic year  
2019/20

 

Wednesday 18 Sept

JS07 Smeall

13.00-14.00 Flyer Stubbs

Dr Brendon Stubbs, Head of Physiotherapy, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation trust and a clinical lecturer at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience (IoPPN), King's College London

"Physical activity and serious mental health conditions: evidence, mechanisms and implementation"

Wednesday 16 October

JS07 Smeall

13.00-14.00

Professor Claire Hulme, Professor of Health Economics, University of Exeter Medical School

"Managing with learning disabilities and diabetes. Identification, recruitment and evaluation of a hard to reach population: The OK Diabetes Study"

Wednesday 27 November

JS07 Smeall

13.00-14.00

Dr Sam Merriel, Clinical Senior Research Fellow, College of Medicine and Health

"Multiparametric magnetic resonance imaging for prostate cancer diagnosis in primary care"

 AND

Miriam Noonan, PhD student, College of Medicine and Health

"Caregivers and Heart Failure: exploring patient and caregiver outcomes when caregivers are involved in the delivery and design of an intervention"

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