Red Deer Polytechnic is set to host Perspectives series
Red Deer Polytechnic is excited to host Perspectives: Canada in the World, featuring Timothy Caulfield, author and Professor of Health Law & Science Policy at the University of Alberta, on January 26, 2023.
Professor Caulfield, who is also Research Director of the Health Law Institute at the U of A, has published more than 350 articles and book chapters about a range of compelling health topics. These topics have included stem cells, research ethics, health policy issues, and myths and assumptions in health.
“After a pandemic-enforced hiatus, we are thrilled to bring back Perspectives: Canada in the World, one of the premier public outreach events at Red Deer Polytechnic,” says Dr. Jeff Wigelsworth, History Instructor and Chair of the Perspectives Committee. “Perspectives is an opportunity for the Red Deer and central Alberta communities to hear world-renowned speakers address timely topics that are of interest to all Albertans. Past speakers at Perspectives have included Margaret Atwood, Murray Sinclair, Amanda Lindhout, Roméo Dallaire, and many other notable Canadians.”
At Perspectives: Canada in the World, Caulfield will explore decisions that individuals are faced with daily. These decisions are influenced by beliefs, which can be misperceptions and cause unnecessary stress, lost time and money.
Relax: A Guide to Life in the Age of Misinformation
Professor of Health Law & Science Policy, Author
Thursday, January 26, 2023 | 7 pm
Red Deer Polytechnic Arts Centre, Mainstage
Caulfield is the recipient of numerous academic and writing awards. He has written several bestselling books, including The Science of Celebrity… Is Gwyneth Paltrow Wrong About Everything?, and The Vaccination Picture. His most recent book, Relax: A Guide to Everyday Health Decisions with More Facts and Less Worry, is an enthralling and factual guide about getting through the day with lower stress levels and improved health.
Caulfield is also the host and co-producer of the award-winning documentary, A User’s Guide to Cheating Death, which can be viewed on Netflix.
Tickets can be purchased for $31.50 which includes service fees and GST.
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Photo: Professor Timothy Caulfield
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