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- Date and time Mon 29 Nov 2021 from 9:00am to 29 Nov 2021 at 7:20pm
- Location Royal Society of Medicine
- Organised by Comparative Medicine, The Soulsby Foundation
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Why should those working in human health be concerned about the health of other animals and the environment? The concept of One Health, led by the RSM Comparative Medicine Section, recognises the co-dependency of both environmental factors and the health of all species, including man.
This event is designed to bring together interested professionals from various disciplines to explore One Health and have the opportunity to become engaged in One Health initiatives going forward.
Join us to delve into a range of One Health topics and foster understanding of the insights and collaboration between professionals to encourage initiatives involving one health principles.
The optional evening meeting is in association with Soulsby Foundation.
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Educational objectives for the participants:
- To know more about the specific topics featured and their relevance to the health of man animals and the environment
- To value effective communication between multidisciplinary health professionals
- To feel engaged in initiatives to further foster communication and collaboration
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View the programme - One Health the missing link - One Health solutions to universal problems
View the programme - Soulsby lecture
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