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EAST OF ENGLAND GLOBAL HEALTH CONFERENCE:RESEARCH, PRACTICE, EDUCATION

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East of England Global Health Conference: Research, Practice, Education

An interdisciplinary conference on the research, practice and education of global health

Thu, 19 March 2020, 09:00 – 20:00 GMT Hughes Hall, University of Cambridge, Wollaston Road, Cambridge CB1 2EW

About this Event

An all-day event, the East of England Global Health Conference aims to connect global health professionals across disciplines, counties and countries. The conference will also consider the future of global health activity across the region. Bringing together a high calibre panel of guest speakers, the day will conclude with a keynote address by Professor Dame Sally Davies.

Lectures, workshops and poster presentations will be divided into four sessions exploring global health: Primary Care and Public Health, Research, Practice and Education. The East of England Conference aims to be a carbon neutral event.

Program

9.00 – 12.30: Primary Care and Public Health

12.30 -13.30: Lunch Break

13.30 – 17.30: Global Health: Research, Practice, Education

17.45 – 20.00: Evening Session – with Prof Dame Sally Davies and Prof Peter Hutchinson

Ticket Information

Your ticket will give you access to an entire day of panel discussions, workshops, keynote addresses, poster presentations and networking opportunities. Also included are refreshments served throughout the day, a vegan lunch and a wine reception at the start of the evening session. Registration will open at 8:30AM.

Tickets: £27 – £55

N.B – Concession tickets are reserved for those in education or training.

Book Now: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/east-of-england-global-health-conference-research-practice-education-tickets-80439303121

For further information contact: lucy.gilder@act4addenbrookes.org.uk

This event is organised by Cambridge Global Health Partnerships & PublicHealth@Cambridge Network.

This talk is part of the PublicHealth@Cambridge series.

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