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The Stevenson Lectures in Citizenship were established in 1921 by a bequest to the University of Glasgow from Sir Daniel Macaulay Stevenson (1851–1944), a Glasgow-born engineer, politician and philanthropist.

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The Stevenson Lectures in Citizenship were established in 1921 by a bequest to the University of Glasgow from Sir Daniel Macaulay Stevenson (1851–1944), a Glasgow-born engineer, politician and philanthropist.

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    Citizenship & Health 1: Richard Wilkinson

    Citizenship & Health 1: Richard Wilkinson

    Inequality: the enemy between us?
    Speaker: Richard Wilkinson, Emeritus Professor of Social Epidemiology, University of Nottingham. Recorded: 27 October 2009. Part of the Stevenson Lecture series: Citizenship & Health.

    • 1 Std. 15 Min.
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    Citizenship & Health 2: Philip Hanlon

    Citizenship & Health 2: Philip Hanlon

    Is simply being a citizen of modern Scotland bad for your health?
    Speaker: Philip Hanlon, Professor of Public Health, University of Glasgow. Recorded: 10 November 2009. Part of the Stevenson Lecture series: Citizenship & Health.

    • 1 Std. 23 Min.
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    Citizenship & Health 3: Harry Burns

    Citizenship & Health 3: Harry Burns

    Can communities create healthy citizens?
    Speaker: Dr Harry Burns, Chief Medical Officer for Scotland. Recorded: 1 December 2009. Part of the Stevenson Lecture series: Citizenship & Health.

    • 1 Std. 33 Min.
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    Citizenship & Health 4: Turner and McGettrick

    Citizenship & Health 4: Turner and McGettrick

    Open Question Time - The right to choose an assisted death.
    Speakers: Edward Turner (Leading Member of Dignity in Dying) & Dr Sheila McGettrick (Palliative Care Consultant, Greater Glasgow Health Board). Recorded: 9 February 2010. Part of the Stevenson Lecture series: Citizenship & Health.

    • 1 Std. 22 Min.
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    Citizenship & Health 5: Sheila Dillon

    Citizenship & Health 5: Sheila Dillon

    Four kinds of madness: obesity, hunger, agricultural policy, and The Royal Society.
    Speaker: Sheila Dillon, radio journalist and presenter, The Food Programme (BBC Radio 4). Recorded: 23 February 2010. Part of the Stevenson Lecture series: Citizenship & Health.

    • 1 Std. 30 Min.
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    Citizenship & Health 6: David Donnison

    Citizenship & Health 6: David Donnison

    Speaking to Power: Development of the Scottish advocacy service. Speaker: David Donnison, Emeritus Professor of Public Policy, University of Glasgow. Recorded: 2 March 2010. Part of the Stevenson Lecture series: Citizenship & Health.

    • 1 Std. 24 Min.

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