Martin McKee has been awarded the Dr Andrew Duncan lectureship and medal by Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh. His keynote lecture was on recent changes to Europe’s political landscape, including Brexit, and their implications for health. Dr Andrew Duncan was a co founder of the Royal Society of Edinburgh and a former President of […]
In the 2017 Litchfield Lecture held in Oxford 0n 16 March 2017, Martin McKee explores the prospects for the ‘just about managing’ in Britain in light of Brexit. Lecture podcast is available online, introduced by Trish Greenhalgh, Professor of Primary Care Health Sciences, the University of Oxford.
in the series Global Health Lab Discussions Link to podcast Date: Tuesday 21 March 2017 Time: 5:15 pm – 6:45 pm Venue: LSHTM, Keppel Street, London, WC1E 7HT, UK Type of event: Discussion Speaker(s): Mark Petticrew, LSHTM; Jennifer vanHeerde-Hudson, UCL; Jonathan Breckon, Alliance for Useful Evidence Chair(s): Martin McKee, LSHTM and Richard Horton,The Lancet With […]
Martin McKee’s keynote speech ‘Living on the edge: the growth of precariousness and why it matters for health’ took place at the Hague on 1 December 2016, is available to view online. For more information please visit the WRR website.
in the series Global Health Lab Discussions Link to podcast Date: Tuesday 22 November 2016 Time: 5:15 pm – 6:45 pm Venue: John Snow Lecture Theatre, LSHTM, Keppel Street, London, WC1E 7HT, UK Type of event: Discussion Chairs: Martin McKee, ECOHOST, LSHTM and Richard Horton, The Lancet Speakers: Sophie Harman, QMUL Stefan Elbe, University of Sussex […]
Link to podcast Date: Wednesday 27 February 2013 Time: 5:15 pm Venue: Manson Lecture Theatre, LSHTM, Keppel Street, London, WC1E 7HT, UK Type of event: Seminar Speaker(s): Dr Sanjay Basu, Stanford University School of Medicine, Palo Alto, California Chair(s): Martin McKee In this challenging and controversial ECOHOST lecture, Sanjay Basu will describe important new studies […]
The state of the NHS: Martin McKee on the damage caused by PFI, pay rows, and the reorganisation of 2012. Read about it in the Guardian