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Oxford’s Mindfulness For Leadership Expert & Author of ‘Dr You’

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  • Oxford University Business School’s Teacher & Speaker on ‘Mindfulness for Leadership’.
  • Writer, Oxford Philosopher, Medical Researcher, Former International Rower & Yoga Guru.
  • Mind, Body & Health Expert.

Dr. Jeremy Howick educated at Dartmouth College, the London School of Economics, and the University of Oxford has conducted groundbreaking studies about placebos. His work has seen him in collaboration with the National Institutes of Health in the U.S.A., the National Institutes of Health Research in the UK, the Canadian Institutes of Health Research in Canada, and Harvard University.

His writings have been published the British Medical Journal, Annals of Internal Medicine, The Lancet, as well as a textbook titled The Philosophy of Evidence-Based Medicine, which is at the forefront of a new sub-discipline, and Doctor You, Revealing the Science of Self-healing.

Jeremy became interested in his field while at Dartmouth, where his first rowing coach, Scott Armstrong, introduced him to the concept of mindfulness. Because of Scott’s coaching to believe in himself, Jeremy, who was considered too short to be a champion heavyweight rower, succeeded in his ambitions to row for Dartmouth. Yoga then took him to compete at international level, representing Canada at the World Rowing Championships, and Oxford in the Oxford-Cambridge Boat Race.

It was an allergy to his mother’s cat that got him interested in internal medicine, something that led to his interest in research.

These experiences, to a large extent, paved the way to his achieving a PhD in the Philosophy of Medicine.  Jeremy’s subsequent research has been widely reported by global media.

An Oxford researcher with over 60 publications, a number of teaching awards and a classic textbook, Jeremy Howick’s latest book is titled ‘Dr You’ and is foccussed on the bodies natural ability to heal itself based upon actual scientific research. A world-renowned placebo researcher and his work has been featured in The Times and The Washington Post, as well as on Sky News, and the BBC.

Jeremy Howick – Speaker

Jeremy is a regular speaker at both academic conferences and popular science events and teaches Mindfulness for Leadership at the University of Oxford Business School. Jeremy is also an experienced event host / MC.

Speaking Topics:

  • Mindfulness
  • Bio-ethics
  • Internal medicine
  • Why is it ethical to prescribe placebos in clinical practice?
  • The evidence for evidence-based medicine
  • When bias is good: using stories to our advantage
  • Your inner doctor

Book Jeremy Howick with PROMOTIVATE Speakers Agency to address your next event. Booking enquiries call +44 (0)20 78711829.

Jeremy Howick

Motivational Speaker Jeremy Howick
  • Oxford University Business School's Teacher & Speaker on 'Mindfulness for Leadership'.
  • Writer, Oxford Philosopher, Medical Researcher, Former International Rower & Yoga Guru.
  • Mind, Body & Health Expert.
  • ...

Jeremy Howick

Motivational Speaker Jeremy Howick
  • Oxford University Business School’s Teacher & Speaker on ‘Mindfulness for Leadership’.
  • Writer, Oxford Philosopher, Medical Researcher, Former International Rower & Yoga Guru.
  • Mind, Body & Health Expert.

Dr. Jeremy Howick educated at Dartmouth College, the London School of Economics, and the University of Oxford has conducted groundbreaking studies about placebos. His work has seen him in collaboration with the National Institutes of Health in the U.S.A., the National Institutes of Health Research in the UK, the Canadian Institutes of Health Research in Canada, and Harvard University.

His writings have been published the British Medical Journal, Annals of Internal Medicine, The Lancet, as well as a textbook titled The Philosophy of Evidence-Based Medicine, which is at the forefront of a new sub-discipline, and Doctor You, Revealing the Science of Self-healing.

Jeremy became interested in his field while at Dartmouth, where his first rowing coach, Scott Armstrong, introduced him to the concept of mindfulness. Because of Scott’s coaching to believe in himself, Jeremy, who was considered too short to be a champion heavyweight rower, succeeded in his ambitions to row for Dartmouth. Yoga then took him to compete at international level, representing Canada at the World Rowing Championships, and Oxford in the Oxford-Cambridge Boat Race.

It was an allergy to his mother’s cat that got him interested in internal medicine, something that led to his interest in research.

These experiences, to a large extent, paved the way to his achieving a PhD in the Philosophy of Medicine.  Jeremy’s subsequent research has been widely reported by global media.

An Oxford researcher with over 60 publications, a number of teaching awards and a classic textbook, Jeremy Howick’s latest book is titled ‘Dr You’ and is foccussed on the bodies natural ability to heal itself based upon actual scientific research. A world-renowned placebo researcher and his work has been featured in The Times and The Washington Post, as well as on Sky News, and the BBC.

Jeremy Howick – Speaker

Jeremy is a regular speaker at both academic conferences and popular science events and teaches Mindfulness for Leadership at the University of Oxford Business School. Jeremy is also an experienced event host / MC.

Speaking Topics:

  • Mindfulness
  • Bio-ethics
  • Internal medicine
  • Why is it ethical to prescribe placebos in clinical practice?
  • The evidence for evidence-based medicine
  • When bias is good: using stories to our advantage
  • Your inner doctor

Book Jeremy Howick with PROMOTIVATE Speakers Agency to address your next event. Booking enquiries call +44 (0)20 78711829.

Biography

Client Testimonials

‘I wanted to say thank you. I thoroughly enjoyed that year - it was by far my favourite year of academic study. Your teaching style, approachability and enthusiasm played such a large part in that. You gave me belief in myself and offered me support when I needed it most. I cannot thank you enough for that’

"One in ten people in developed countries take antidepressants. Millions of boys who can't sit still in school are prescribed methamphetamines. Modern medicine has been overused.Skyrocketing global healthcare costs render this overuse of medicine increasingly unaffordable. The wonders of modern medicine have also obscured the body's ability to heal itself. Your body produces its own drugs that can treat pain as well as drugs, cure some joint problems as well as a surgeon, and treat most mild depression as well as a psychologist."

Client Testimonials

‘I wanted to say thank you. I thoroughly enjoyed that year - it was by far my favourite year of academic study. Your teaching style, approachability and enthusiasm played such a large part in that. You gave me belief in myself and offered me support when I needed it most. I cannot thank you enough for that’

"One in ten people in developed countries take antidepressants. Millions of boys who can't sit still in school are prescribed methamphetamines. Modern medicine has been overused.Skyrocketing global healthcare costs render this overuse of medicine increasingly unaffordable. The wonders of modern medicine have also obscured the body's ability to heal itself. Your body produces its own drugs that can treat pain as well as drugs, cure some joint problems as well as a surgeon, and treat most mild depression as well as a psychologist."

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Client Testimonials

‘I wanted to say thank you. I thoroughly enjoyed that year - it was by far my favourite year of academic study. Your teaching style, approachability and enthusiasm played such a large part in that. You gave me belief in myself and offered me support when I needed it most. I cannot thank you enough for that’

"One in ten people in developed countries take antidepressants. Millions of boys who can't sit still in school are prescribed methamphetamines. Modern medicine has been overused.Skyrocketing global healthcare costs render this overuse of medicine increasingly unaffordable. The wonders of modern medicine have also obscured the body's ability to heal itself. Your body produces its own drugs that can treat pain as well as drugs, cure some joint problems as well as a surgeon, and treat most mild depression as well as a psychologist."

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