Bette Davis On Edge
Friday 21st November, 7:30pm
From New York to Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, the UK premiere event Bette Davis On The Edge is a solo performance, written and performed by Christine St. John.
“It’s half past four in the morning of October 31st 1962, and motion picture legend Bette Davis is waiting anxiously for the reviews of ‘Whatever Happened to Baby Jane’. If the picture is a success, it will hail the desperately needed comeback for the star’s fading career. If not, it will provide a sad and embarrassing epitaph.”
“As she waits, she reflects on her entire career, from the ‘Talkies’ to the present day. Her story is the entire history of the American Motion Picture industry.”
Student Challenges 2014
Only a few days left to enter Student Challenges 2014 for your chance to win funding towards your global health project or innovative idea – closing date 28th November.
A £4 million mini-factory for developing the next generation of miniaturised medical devices and robots officially opened on 10th November.
The Institute of Global Health Innovation and the Chinese University of Hong Kong agree to work together across research and education.
London Health Commission calls for smoke ban in Trafalgar Square, Parliament Square and all parks in the capital, and a raft of other measures.
Senior leadership of Hong Kong’s Food & Health Bureau visit IGHI to exchange ideas, forge new research links & learn about the UK healthcare system.
IGHI & the Human Values in Healthcare Forum host seminar by guest speaker Professor Mohammed Ghaly of Hamad Bin Khalifa University, Doha, on the challenges of Islamic bioethics.
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Institute of Global Health Innovation