Cafe Scientifique - Should clinical trials be compulsory?

Cafe Scientifique - Should clinical trials be compulsory?
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An informal way to engage with the latest topics in science

The results of clinical trials help professionals and patients make evidence-based decisions about our healthcare. Encouraging people to take part and remain in trials is difficult, but everyone could benefit from the information they provide. So, should trial participation be compulsory? 

The University of Aberdeen's Cafe Scientifique Aberdeen City series takes place monthly in Tempo Cafe in Aberdeen's Bon Accord Centre. Sessions run from January through to October and are free to attend. No booking is required and places are allocated on a first-come basis. All the events are pitched at a very accessible level and give ample time for audience questions and discussion.

Paid parking is available at Harriet Street car park, AB10 1FR

*NEW VENUE - Tempo Café, Bon Accord Centre*

Admission is FREE no booking required. 

Speaker
Professor Shaun Treweek, Heidi Gardner and Beatriz Goulao, Health Services Research Unit, University of Aberdeen
Hosted by
University of Aberdeen
Venue
Tempo Cafe, Bon Accord Centre, Aberdeen
Contact

Email: peru@abdn.ac.uk

Phone: 01224 273739