Andrew Herxheimer's memorial meeting

Dr. Andrew Herxheimer, DIPEx and co-founder and trustee sadly passed away in February 2016. A memorial meeting was held in the Friend’s Meeting House, St Giles in Oxford on 15 November 2016 to celebrate his life and work. The presentations were filmed and can be found in the links below.

PART 1: Memories of Andrew as a father, friend, neighbour, mentor and colleague Welcome (by Sue Ziebland NDPCHS, University of Oxford) and memories of Andrew by Charlotte and Sophie Herxheimer (Andrew’s daughters) and Sylvie (Andrew’s cousin)

Trish Greenhalgh (Andrew as a colleague, friend and neighbour)

Nicky Britten (Andrew as a friend and mentor)

Alison Chapple (Health Experiences Research Group (HERG), NDPCHS, University of Oxford): memories of Andrew, editor, inspiration and initial DIPEx steering group member)

Reflections and photos of Andrew

PART TWO: Clinical pharmacology, Patients’ Experiences and International Andrew Video 6- Lord Stone (Andrew and the DIPEx charity (Database of Individual Patient Experiences)

Jeffrey Aronson (Andrew as a clinical pharmacologist and elegant communicator)

Joe Collier (Andrew and the Drug and Therapeutics Bulletin)

Anita Hardon (Andrew and Health Action International)

Iain Chalmers (Andrew and the Cochrane Collaboration)

Video clips from an interview with Andrew shortly before his 90th birthday (2015)

Gabriele Lucius-Hoene (Andrew as inspiration for DIPEx International)

Closing words (Sue Ziebland)



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