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Health & Wellbeing through Literature, Film and Theatre – Lisa Nicoll

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Concussion and chronic traumatic encephalopathy: reasons to ban all contact sport, not just boxing? Seminar – 25th May 2016

SDHI is delighted to announce a further Seminar (co-hosted with the School of Nursing & Health Sciences, University of Dundee) to be held on Wednesday 25th May 2016 at 2.00pm in room 2G14, Dalhousie Building, University of Dundee DD1 5EN

Concussion and chronic traumatic encephalopathy: reasons to ban all contact sport, not just boxing?

This seminar will be presented by Dr William Stewart, Consultant and Lead Neuropathologist at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow and will be introduced by Mrs Amanda Kopel, forthcoming honorary graduand of University of Dundee

Please see seminar flyer for further information

All Welcome

To book your place at this FREE seminar, please contact Rosanne Bell (r.c.bell@dundee.ac.uk)

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