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One Health: solutions to universal problems and Richard Horton

Monday 29 November 2021: 9.30am
One Health: solutions to universal problems

Engaging with dog owners to increase the uptake of NHS health checks; a zoo vet’s perspectives on social prescribing; and infections at the animal and human interface. You are invited to register for a free press pass to hear these and other topics to be explored at One Health the missing link, a Royal Society of Medicine livestream taking place on Monday 29 November from 9.30am.

The concept of ‘One Health’ recognises the co-dependency of environmental factors and the health of all species, animal and human. The event will include sessions on antimicrobial resistance, zoonoses, and One Health in social and healthcare settings. Monday 29 November 2021: 6pm
2021 Soulsby Lecture: Dr Richard Horton

At 6pm on Monday 29 November, following the One Health event, Dr Richard Horton, Editor-in Chief, The Lancet, will present the 2021 Soulsby Lecture. The title of his lecture is: The Origins of COVID-19: One Health’s most urgent challenge.

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One Health the missing link - One Health solutions to universal problems and Soulsby lecture will take place on Monday 29 November from 9.30am.

To request a free press pass for the livestream email media@rsm.ac.uk or call the Royal Society of Medicine Media Office on 07785 182732.

The Royal Society of Medicine (RSM) is a registered charity and membership organisation. ​Our vision is better healthcare for better lives. By sharing learning and supporting innovation our goal is to be the leading provider of continuing learning to healthcare professionals.

We deliver multidisciplinary, specialist and general education, as well as professional development, drawing on the support of leading experts in over 50 specialist areas of medicine.

We are home to one of the finest physical and digital medical libraries in the world. Our learning resources span a wide collection of books, journals, electronic journals and online medical databases.

We connect those involved in and interested in healthcare and, by leveraging expertise from across the RSM, we support, help and inspire the innovators developing the medical products and services of tomorrow.

The Soulsby Foundation supports research and other charitable activities associated with promoting the concept of One Health among the medical and veterinary professions internationally.

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