University of Oxford History and Philosophy of Evidence-Based Health Care:
Free Public Lectures
Two lectures, offered as part of a new accredited short course ‘History and Philosophy of Evidence-Based Health Care’, are now open to the general public.
Why Brains Can’t Think: Exposing the Mereological Fallacy
Rom Harré, Emeritus Fellow of Linacre College
Monday 16th July, 7pm: Rewley House
For more information visit: www.conted.ox.ac.uk/V560-3
Translating Evidence into Recommendations for Action: the Role of Judgement in the Appraisal of Evidence in Medicine and Public Health.
Professor Mike Kelly. Director of the Centre for Public Health Excellence, NICE.
Wednesday 18th July 2012, 7pm: Rewley House
For more information visit: www.conted.ox.ac.uk/B900-78
Full details about the History and Philosophy of Evidence-Based Health Care course can be found on our website: www.conted.ox.ac.uk/hpebhc3
“History of science without philosophy of science is blind … philosophy of science without history of science is empty” – Norwood Russell Hanson