Annual Public Health Lecture

The Annual Lecture series

The Centre for History in Public Health’s Annual Lecture is an opportunity to hear from a leading historian about a matter of interest to public health researchers, policy makers and practitioners. In the lecture, speakers present historical perspectives on current problems and issues. Former speakers include Professor Roberta Bivins (University of Warwick) on the similarities and differences between US and UK health services; Nicholas Timmins (Kings Fund) on the establishment of NICE; and Professor David Rosner (Columbia, USA) on disease and the courts.