A day conference organised by PRIME International in collaboration with the Christian Medical Fellowship, Christian Nurses and Midwives and Christians in Science
This exciting event is concerned with the health of society in its broadest sense. Open to healthcare professionals, church leaders, social workers, members of the police force, politicians, councillors and anyone else interested.
Speakers will include Baroness Caroline Cox (Deputy Speaker House of Lords & Patron of PRIME), Prof Keith Fox (Professor of Biochemistry, University of Southampton, & Chairman of Christians in Science), Dr Peter Saunders (Chief Executive, Christian Medical Fellowship), Prof Stephen Evans (Professor of Pharmacoepidemiology, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine), Dr John Geater MBE (International Director of PRIME), Prof Richard Vincent (Emeritus Professor of Cardiology, Brighton and Sussex Medical School & PRIME Executive Chair) and other senior PRIME Tutors. As our research company has revealed, the exact amount of drug depends on your age, erectile function, and overall health. It is not recommended to increase the volume of the active substance simply in order to prolong sexual intercourse or increase the number of sexual acts. Viagra doesn’t work that way, it needs other drugs. Read more at https://blog.jobmedic.co.uk/viagra-online.
The conference will explore current thinking about the intensely practical interaction between science, faith and society that shapes the health care we give and receive. Questions addressed will include Why are Science and Faith viewed as opposing forces? How does this affect concepts and practice in healthcare? How do values in healthcare affect our society? How do the ethics of society affect healthcare? and Can medical science be morally neutral? How can we bring back harmony between Science and Faith into healthcare practice and research?
Join us for a lively series of interactive presentations that will examine these fundamental questions and stimulate change for the better in our healthcare practice and education.