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Events

Public events

Radcliffe Orchestra Concert

Radcliffe Orchestra - logo

Saturday 9 June 2018 7.45pm
Tingewick Hall, John Radcliffe Hospital

  • Max Bruch
    Kol Nidrei with Anna Frazer
  • Rachmaninov
    Piano Concerto No.2 with Jocelyn Freeman
  • Ralph Vaughan Williams
    Symphony No.2, London

£10 including refreshments / £8 concessions / under 16s free

Tickets from the Cairns Library at the JR or on the door.

Proceeds to The Porch - www.theporch.org.uk

 

Bowel Cancer Patient Support AfternoonA sunlit interior with people relaxing on sofas

Wednesday 20 June 2018
Maggie's Centre, Churchill Hospital, Old Road, Oxford OX3 7LE

An opportunity to talk about your cancer experience, think about your recovery and look towards the future.

To attend please contact 01865 751882 / oxford@maggiescentres.org

Dementia Information Café at the John Radcliffe Hospital

Are you visiting a friend or relative with dementia in hospital, or caring for someone with the condition?

Why not join us for tea, biscuits and an informal chat about the support available?

Dementia Information Café

Once a month on the first Tuesday, 2.00pm - 3.00pm
Main entrance area, Level 2,
John Radcliffe Hospital

For more information about the Dementia Information Café please contact olivia.galloway@ouh.nhs.uk

Help plan GP services in Oxfordshire - now and for the future

Local GP practices have been working with Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group and patient representatives on plans for the future of GP and primary care services in Oxfordshire.

Your GP practice has joined others in Oxfordshire to talk about how they currently work, what problems they regularly face and how they could work better.

There is a short online survey here

For further information please contact: cscsu.talkinghealth@nhs.net / 01865 334638

Recruitment events

For more details of our open days and recruitment events please visit:

Charitable events

For more information about charitable events at OUH, please contact us.

Public talks

Oxford Biomedical Research Centre Event

Therapeutic Small Molecules and Biologics - Technology Showcase

Wednesday 13 June 2018 12.00 noon - 6.30pm
Said Business School, University of Oxford

The afternoon showcase will consist of presentations by leading scientists, business, pharma, biotech and healthcare professionals involved in developing therapeutics, and provide networking opportunities to meet with researchers and company representatives.

£20 per registration including access to chosen conference sessions, lunch, refreshments and a drinks reception.

Open to anyone interested in the topic.

Please register via www.eventbrite.co.uk

Oxford Biomedical Research Centre: bringing research to life through public talks

For more information please visit www.oxfordbrc.nihr.ac.uk

Botnar Seminar Series

The Nuffield Department of Orthopaedics, Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Sciences (NDORMS) hosts a number of free seminars throughout the year, highlighting current developments within these fields of medical science.

Unless otherwise noted, these are held in G54 / G38 in the Botnar Research Centre.

Details of upcoming talks will be posted shortly.

Support group events

Are you the parent of a child with additional needs?

  • Perhaps your child has a new diagnosis or is waiting for assessment.
  • Would you like to meet other parents in a similar situation?

It can help to talk to others who understand. We can find out so much from other parents.

Parent to parent

First Thursday of each month 9.30am - 11.00am
Marston Northway Children's Centre, copse Lane, OX3 0AY

  • Tel: 01865 767460

Singing for Better Breathing

Singing group for those with lung conditions / breathing difficulties

Fortnightly on Thursdays 11.00am - 12.00 noon
OXRAD, Court Farm Place, Marston, Oxford OX3 0NQ

Songs are taught by ear, along with simple exercises to support better breathing. No experience necessary.

For further information please contact:

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