Global Health Emergencies: From Ebola and Covid-19 to Monkeypox and Polio

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Prof Lawrence Gostin, Prof Imogen Goold, Prof Mark Harrison, Prof Peter Horby, Prof Michael Parker, chaired by Dr Alberto Giubilini

All are welcome to this interdisciplinary roundtable discussion, as part of Prof Gostin’s Visiting Astor Lectureship in the Medical Humanities, ‘Global Health Emergencies: From Ebola and Covid-19 to Monkeypox’.  Speakers will discuss planning for and responses to global health emergencies, drawing on a range of disciplinary expertise.  Attendance is free but registration is required.


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Please find the full programme here:  

Monday 3 October 2022: 2022 Astor Lecture in Medical Humanities, Global Health Emergencies: From Ebola and Covid-19 to Monkeypox and Polio,

Tuesday 4 October 2022:  Astor Interdisciplinary Roundtable, Global Health Emergencies: From Ebola and Covid-19 to Monkeypox and Polio, 

Wednesday 5 October 2022:  Astor Graduate Student and ECR Lunchtime Workshop, Global Health Emergencies and the Medical Humanities,

 

 

 

 

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