By Oxford Global Health Group
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The Oxford Global Health Group (founded in 2004) is a student-run society that primarily aims to promote interest in international health issues. We host weekly seminars during term time with expert guest speakers talking on a wide range of global health topics. We also run an annual careers fair and raise money for various medical charities.
||‘The Impact of HIV in Mothers on Early Child Development and Health’||Prof Alan Stein discusses the issues surrounding the early life development of children born to mothers with HIV||Free||View in iTunes|
||‘The Ethics of Global Health Research’||Prof Mike Parker discusses his work as head of Medical Ethics at the Malaria Genomics Epidemiology Network||Free||View in iTunes|
||Turning the tide on TB: new tools to tackle an old enemy - but are they enough?’||Prof Ajit Lalvani talks about recent developments in TB diagnosis, vaccines and drugs||Free||View in iTunes|
||Wild Frontiers: Behind the Headlines with Medicins Sans Frontieres||Nurse Alison Criado-Perez talk about her experiences working for MSF in Colombia, Nigeria and Libya||Free||View in iTunes|
||Drug Resistant TB: Back to the Future, with Dr Amber Arnold||Dr Amber Arnold talks about her out of programme experience working for MSF in Kenya||Free||View in iTunes|
||Turning the World Upside Down, with Lord Nigel Crisp||Lord Nigel Crisp talks about the topic of his new book: Turning the World Upside Down, the Search for Global Health in the 21st Century||Free||View in iTunes|