International health expert and University of Newcastle Adjunct Professor David Henry provides a preview of what to expect at his public lecture on the subject of ‘Overdiagnosis’ this evening: Overdiagnosis addresses the impact of new sensitive diagnostic tests in the diagnosis of disease that in the past may have been missed or overlooked. New tests, […]
To have beliefs is a characteristic of being human. In this lecture Professor Graham Ward, Regius Professor of Divinity at Oxford University will examine the nature of believing itself, the signs of its origins both in human prehistory and contemporary investigations into neuroscience. He will also examine the way this anthropological condition relates to religious traditions […]
Care to take a peek at the scrapbook of a Colonel? Watercolours by leading artists of the time, the role of the scrapbook and sketches of historical significance are all explored at a free public lecture.
Leading Australian journalist and author, Dr Anne Summers AO, delivered Her Rights At Work? The Political Persecution of Australia’s First Female Prime Minister at the University of Newcastle’s 2012 Human Rights and Social Justice Lecture on Friday 31 August.