From the cradle to the grave - Inaugural Lecture
From the cradle to the grave: The importance of musculoskeletal disorders in primary care
Professor Christian Mallen, Research Institute for Primary Care and Health Sciences at Keele, will give the second lecture in Keele University's programme of Inaugural Professorial Lectures 2013-14, on Tuesday 29th October 2013, in the Westminster Theatre, Chancellor's Building, on the University campus.
His lecture, 'From the cradle to the grave: The importance of musculoskeletal disorders in primary care',will focus on the importance of primary care management for common musculoskeletal disorders, highlighting local research success and identifying future directions to improve patient care.
Christian Mallen is a local general practitioner and Professor of General Practice Research and Arthritis Research UK Clinician Scientist. His research focuses on improving the diagnosis and management of common musculoskeletal disorders in primary care and includes a portfolio of studies ranging from clinical epidemiology to randomised trials.
Keele's programme of Inaugural Lectures are given by newly established professors within the University and aim to give an illuminating account of the speaker's own subject specialism. The lectures, which start at 6 pm in the Westminster Theatre, are chaired by the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Nick Foskett.
This lecture is free and open to all.