Working Well When Times Are Hard

Few people navigate their careers without times when work is difficult, often because our professional and personal lives collide, says Professor Deborah Bowman, Deputy Principal (Institutional Affairs) and Professor of Bioethics, Clinical Ethics and Medical Law at St George’s.

Here, she shares her own experiences and explores how the St George’s community is opening up conversations around these issues.

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Making St George’s a place where we can all thrive

‘Thrive’, a campaign that tells the stories of some of our people via a series of podcasts has launched.

28 September 2017

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Student organised conference tackles barriers to global health

The Challenging Borders Global Health Conference is a one-day conference for all staff, students and members of the public interested in global health issues.

Set up and run by students themselves, the event will focus on borders and other barriers to global healthcare. Borders can be physical, such as nation lines or geographical impediments, man-made, such as walls and prisons, and also more abstract, such as stigma towards mental health.


St George's professor honoured with MBE

Professor Deborah Bowman, Professor of Medical Ethics, has been appointed MBE in the New Year Honours for services to medical ethics.

5 January 2017