30 September 2022
We are delighted to offer 2022 THET Annual Conference ticket holders the opportunity to purchase a signed copy of ‘Turning The World Upside Down Again’, the second edition to THET Patron, Lord Crisp‘s 2010 book ‘Turning The World Upside Down’.
If you are a UK ticket holder, to purchase a signed copy of ‘Turning the World Upside Down Again’, please send £20.00 to THET’s secure bank details provided, with the reference THETCONF and then the first 3 letters of your surname (for example, John Appleseed would be THETCONFAPP) and fill out the form with your personal details and shipping information.
Beneficiary Name: THET BUSINESS A/C
Bank Account No: 92280949
Bank Sort Code: 40-05-16
If you are a ticket holder outside of the UK, please follow this link to purchase the book using discount code ASM08. Please note that a signed copy of the book is available for UK addresses only.
In Turning the World Upside Down Nigel Crisp argued that the most affluent and powerful countries in the world can learn a great deal about health from lower-income countries with their different insights and experiences and their ability to innovate free from vested interests and received wisdom.
In Turning the World Upside Down Again, he argues that they need to go further and listen to and learn from disempowered communities in their own countries. He describes how combining the learning from different countries and communities can lead us to a new ecologically based vision for health and new and practical ways of improving health for ourselves, our communities, and our planet.
This second edition, 12 years after the first, is extensively re-written and fully updated, drawing on examples from around the world and reflecting what has already been learned from the COVID-19 pandemic and from the onset of climate change.
Turning the World Upside Down Again continues the search for understanding begun in the first edition and describes how western scientific medicine, which has served us so well in the 20th Century, must adapt and evolve further and faster to cope with the demands of the 21st Century.
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