Topic: “Doctor, will my treatment make me better?” Who is responsible for reducing uncertainties about the effects of treatments?
Eligibility: Students and alumni of all University of London schools, including undergraduate and postgraduate, and medical and professional schools.
Length: less than 4,000 words
Due: 28 October 2018
Submission: Prepare your paper for blind review by making sure your name does not appear anywhere in the pages of the file, and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Essays will be assessed by a panel of distinguished academics from the University of London, chaired by Dr Tuomas Pernu.
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This Thursday, 9 November – 19:30-21:00:
Mental Health and Justice: Classical and Romantic perspectives
(followed by a reception)
Lecture: Gareth Owen – King’s College London, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience
Location: Theatre 2 — New Hunt’s House, KCL Guy’s Campus, London
All very welcome!
Bring your KCL ID card — those with no KCL ID need to register here: http://philosophyandmedicine.org/events/annual-lecture-3/