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Two leaders in primary care research, Professors Peter Bower and Christian Mallen presented inaugural lectures in October.

Promoted to Professor of Health Services Research in 2012 at the University of Manchester, Peter presented his lecture entitled ‘Sun Tzu and the Art of Health Services Research’  on 22nd October. And, Christian's lecture 'From the cradle to the grave: the importance of musculoskeletal disorders in primary care', took place a week later on 29th October, after his promotion to Professor of General Practice Research in May 2011, at Keele University.

Both lectures were well received by family and academic colleagues.

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