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Just Emergencies Episode 12: Vulnerability as Greater Likelihood of Being Harmed – Vulnerability Part 5

In Episode 12 'Vulnerability Part 5' Professor Samia Hurst discusses her conception of vulnerability and what it can tell us about the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.

From  Rebecca Richards on September 30th, 2020 0 likes 8 plays 0  

Office Politics

Excerpt from an episode of House. House's boss, Cuddy, has assigned Martha M. Masters, a genius medical student, to House's team. The patient is a political adviser (think Dominic Cummings…

From  David Obree on September 23rd, 2020 0 likes 269 plays 0  

Jaws (1975) - You're Gonna Need a Bigger Boat Scene (4/10) | Movieclips

Based on Peter Benchley's best-selling novel, Steven Spielberg's 1975 shark saga set the standard for the New Hollywood popcorn blockbuster while frightening millions of moviegoers out of…

From  David Obree on July 29th, 2020 0 likes 10 plays 0  

Just Emergencies Episode 11: Covid-19 and Political Resistance - Meena Krishnamurthy

In Episode 11 of 'Just Emergencies', Meena Krishnamurthy talks about the ongoing anti-racist protests around the world, whether there's an obligation to participate in them -…

From  Rebecca Richards on July 27th, 2020 0 likes 70 plays 0  

Episode 10: Covid-19: Sociological Reflections on Vulnerability, Gender, and Care

In Episode 10 of Just Emergenices, Dr Verina Wild and Professor Paula-Irene Villa Braslavsky discuss the relationship between 'Vulnerability, Gender, and Care' in the context of the ongoing…

From  Rebecca Richards on July 13th, 2020 0 likes 17 plays 0  

Episode 1 - Research During Global Health Emergencies

In this first episode of ‘Just Emergencies’, I sat down with Dr. Nayha Sethi to talk about research during global health emergencies, how this might be different from research during…

From  Rebecca Richards on July 7th, 2020 0 likes 1 plays 0  

Introduction

In this brief introductory episode to the Just Emergencies podcast, we’ll briefly overview what we mean by ‘Global Health Emergencies’, why they matter, and why we care about…

From  Rebecca Richards on July 7th, 2020 0 likes 0 plays 0  

Cate Heeney - Sharing health records - Data Controversies 2019

Dr Cate Heeney, Research Fellow - Making Genomic Medicine/Global Digital Exemplars STIS, SPS. Sharing health records: Blurring the medical and biomedical contexts? Catherine Heeney is a research…

From  James Stewart on March 13th, 2019 0 likes 10 plays 0  

Prof Chris Dibben Can Anonymous data exist in an era of massive information availability? Data Controversies 2019

Prof Chris Dibben, Director of the Longitudinal Studies Centre Scotland. Director of the Administrative Data Liaison Service. Can Anonymous data exist in an era of massive information availability?

From  James Stewart on March 13th, 2019 0 likes 17 plays 0  

Monty Python: What have the Romans ever done for us?

Scene from Monty Python's "Life of Brian" demonstrating that structured social sytems (governments) can bring benefit to the community

From  David Obree on March 21st, 2018 0 likes 20 plays 0  

Informed Consent Do Doctors Really Know Best?

In the inaugural Edinburgh Medical Debate which took place on Tuesday September 22nd 2015, a panel representing Medicine, Law and the Edinburgh student body debated the motion: "This house…

From  Jenny Durkin on February 24th, 2017 0 likes 123 plays 0  

The NHS: Is it financially sustainable?

Edinburgh Medical School and the Medical Students Council are pleased to host the second in the series of the Edinburgh Medical Debates. The subject of the debate is “The NHS: Is it…

From  Jenny Durkin on February 24th, 2017 0 likes 108 plays 0