The East of England Global Health Conference will be an all-day event on Thursday, 19th March 2020 at Hughes Hall, Cambridge. It will connect global health professionals across disciplines, counties and countries. The conference will also consider the future of global health activity across the region. Lectures, workshops and poster presentations will be divided into four sessions: Primary Care and Public Health, Research, Practice and Education. Bringing together a high calibre 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.
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 Professor Dame Sally Davies and Professor Peter Hutchinson
Attendees will have the opportunity to hear from our experts on a range of global health topics, engage in interactive panel discussions, and meet relevant individuals and representatives of organisations from the East of England. We will offer a limited number of stands which may be used for promotional and networking purposes by interested partners. If you would like to get involved, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The conference will also present a new database that aims to map out the global health network across the East of England and facilitate cross-county, interdisciplinary collaboration. Click on this link to find out how you can be a part of this.
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