Bank of England Flagship Seminar - Dr David Hamilton

Dr David Hamilton will be in conversation with Andy Haldane on Monday 12 April at 12pm.

About the event

Date: Monday 12 April 2021
Time: 12pm

During the session David will discuss the importance of kindness in improving mental health and wellbeing.  

This event will be hosted as a webinar and registration is now open. Please note places are limited and will be issued on a first come first serve basis.  The seminar will be recorded for those who are unable to attend.  

David is former pharmaceutical R&D scientist where he spent 4 years developing drugs for cardiovascular disease and cancer.  Inspired by the placebo effect he is now a writer, columnist and speaker discussing how people can use their mind and emotions to improve their health. He has authored 10 books, including the bestseller, ‘The Five Side Effects of Kindness’ and has featured as a guest on several TV and radio programmes in the UK and US, discussing the mental and physical health benefits of kindness.

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This page was last updated 31 March 2021

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