Moments in Medicine podcast - Vaccination: the debate
Thursday 08 October 2009
In a new series of podcasts from Oxford Brookes University, Nick Baker brings together historians and medical practitioners to discuss our continuing concerns about vaccination.
Presenter: Nick Baker
Panellists: Professor Michael Worboys, University of Manchester; Dr Helen Bedford, Institute of Child Health University College London and Dr Richard Halvorsen, a GP working in central London.
The Centre for the History of Health, Medicine and Society: Past and Present at Oxford Brookes University is one of the premier places to study the history of medicine. Sponsored by the Wellcome Trust, its team of researchers was awarded the highest 5* status for research in 2000 and an international research rating in 2007. Today, the 13 full-time staff are at the cutting-edge of research and are committed to being at the forefront of outreach, too.
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