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Podcasts from the «Bern Lectures in Health Science»

Research Improvement Strategies to reduce waste, increase value and transform the experience of being a researcher

Speaker: Malcom McLeod – Date: 12.05.2022

Participatory approaches in epidemiological research: Theoretical reflections and practical experience

Speaker: Claudia Santos-Hövener – Date: 21.04.2022

From Real-World Data to Real-World Evidence - Some consideration for practitioners

Speaker: Prof. Sebastian Schneeweiss – Date: 17.03.2022

Participatory Research - Gain Trust, Gain Equity, Trust Qualitative Design

Speaker: Dr. Diana Schow – Date: 27.01.2022

From Lab Bench to Clinic Bedside: Investigating Inhalation Toxicity of E-cigarettes

Speaker: Dr. Maciej L. Goniewicz – Date: 09.12.2021

Evidence is not self-implementing building the science for implementation

Speaker: Prof. Jeremy Grimshaw – Date: 11.11.2021

Innovative trial design what might future clinical trials look like

Speaker: Prof. James Wason – Date: 21.10.2021

The economics of the covid-19 pandemic Old wisdom and new insights

Speaker: Prof. Monika Bütler – Date: 30.09.2021

Drawing from international experience of community engagement with research, towards supporting engagement for large platform Covid-19 vaccine trials

Speaker: Dr. Alun Davies – Date: 10.06.2021

Achieving policy and system impacts with research

Speaker: Prof. John Lavis – Date: 20.02.2021

From EBM to Design-thinking Linking evidence and policy requires design thinking and understanding complexity

Speaker: Prof. Vivian Lin – Date: 08.04.2021

Lesson learnt on aging and longevity what should be known for more egalitarian health policies

Speaker: Prof. Stefano Campostrini – Date: 11.03.2021

Covid 19 and disabled people Triple jeopardy

Speaker: Prof. Tom Shakespeare – Date: 18.02.2021

Independent scientific advice to policy makers. Before, during and after the COVID-19 crisis

Speaker: Prof. Dr. Thomas Zeltner – Date: 14.01.2021

Redefining epidemiology and public health in the era of the Anthropocene. An approach from planetary health

Speaker: Prof. Josep Antó – Date: 10.12.2020

Linking Earth observations to infectious disease decision support systems

Speaker: Dr. Rachel Lowe – Date: 12.11.2020

Critical health literacy in pandemics: the special case of COVID-19

Speaker: Prof. Thomas Abel – Date: 01.10.2020

The social science contribution in the framing of the Covid-19 pandemic

Speaker: Prof. Claudine Burton-Jeangros – Date: 10.09.2020

Gender Equality, Power and Participation during a Pandemic Crisis

World Trade Institute, online event recording – Date: 27.05.2020

Harnessing the Power of Big Data and the Societal Challenge of Aging

Speaker: Prof. Rudi Westendorp – Date: 03.02.2020

Big Data and the End of Epidemiology

Speaker: Prof. Patrick Bossuyt  – Date: 18.12.2019

Bridging epidemiology and basic science in risk assessment: lessons and uncertainties from the selenium example

Speaker: Prof. Marco Vinceti – Date: 09.01.2020

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What can population-based cohorts bring to public health in Switzerland?

Speaker: Prof. Murielle Bochud – Date: 10.10.2019

Some statistical issues in the analysis of infectious disease data

Speaker: Prof. Nikolaos Demiris – Date: 27.06.2019

Pre exposure prophylaxis for HIV prevention

Speaker: Prof. Sheena Mc Cormack – Date: 23.05.2019

Learning from efforts to reduce health inequalities in the UK

Speaker: Dr. Katherine Smith – Date: 25.04.2019

Faster and trustworthy guidelines for shared decision making: Experience from the BMJ Rapid Recommendations

Speaker: Dr. Thomas Agoritsas – Date: 21.02.2019

Dementia: the burden on societies, challenges for research

Speaker: Prof. Arfam Ikram – Date: 24.10.2018

From cardiovascular disease prevention to healthy ageing: a (my) scientific journey

Speaker: Prof. Dr. Oscar H. Franco  – Date: 20.09.2018

Food Retail Environments for Health

Speaker: Prof. Anna Peeters – Date: 13.06.2018

Digital Health Ethics challenges and opportunities

Speaker: Prof. Effy Vayena – Date: 25.01.2018

A new model for the Research Assessment Exercise at the Medical Faculty

Speaker: Prof. Dr. Matthias Egger – Date: 20.11.2017

Quo vadis bezahlbare Medizin?

Speaker: Prof. Dr. med. Jürg Barben – Date: 20.11.2017

The good, the bad and the ugly: reflections on doing and publishing research in a changing world

Speaker: Prof. Dr. Nicola Low – Date: 13.11.2017