Brighton Science Festival

People are Messy



Saturday 20 October

10.00am - 12.30pm

The Brighthelm Centre
North Road
Brighton, BN1 1YD
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People are Messy, by Judith Johnson, is a powerful and educational film from Theatre of Debate. The film engages its audiences in an informed debate around patient and public involvement in health research and the social and ethical issues that it raises.

The film was developed with patients as part of the ‘company,’ developing the idea and advising on the script. It has toured schools up and down the country.

Developed in partnership with the National Institute for Health Research and the Oxford Biomedical Research Centre, People are Messy tells the story of two very different boys with aplastic anaemia, 18-year-olds Jake and Vik. Their consultant, Adam Callahan seeks funding for his research into aplastic anaemia, but must first demonstrate the involvement of the public with the help of long-term patient Vik and newly diagnosed Jake.

Following the screening, there will be a discussion with local clinicians on how the film impacted the audience.

The Brighthelm Centre, North Rd, Brighton BN1 1YD

Saturday 20th October 10am – 12.30pm

Age 13+

Ticket price: Free (Book via Eventbrite)