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Interprofessional Masterclass - Planetary Health

School of Veterinary Medicine and Science, Sutton Bonington Campus
Wednesday 9th May 2018 (17:00-20:00)
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The Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences is committed to working in partnership with students to offer “an outstanding broad-based international education to talented students” (Global Strategy 2020). This is exemplified by the initiative to develop a series of evening workshop masterclasses that unite UG and PG across all programmes to explore common themes.

Join us for an interdisciplinary discussion of Planetary Health, with experts speaking from across the Faculty and beyond.

This event has been postponed from its original 14 March 2018 date. It will now be taking place on 9 May 2018 at Sutton Bonington and be livestreamed to the Queen's Medical Centre. Watch the Live Stream here.

There will be refreshments, and we will be asking people to send questions to or use the hashtag #PlanetaryHealthIPM

5.00-5.30pm  Registration
5.30-5.50pm  "From sustainable development to planetary health; rethinking the relationship between health and the environment" Dr Linda East
5.50-6.10pm  "Using technology to evaluate sheep behaviour", Associate Professor Jasmeet Kaler, Veterinary Medicine

"Hospital Soundscapes and the Patient Experience", Ryan Boultbee, PhD Student, Architecture and the Built Environment

6.30-6.40pm  Q&A
6.40-7.00pm Refreshments and Networking 
7.00-7.20pm "ADAPT - Chartered Physiotherapists in International Health and Development”, Jessie Robinson, BSc Physiotherapy Student

“The killer in the kitchen: could improved cookstoves prevent four million deaths a year?”, Associate Professor Mike Clifford, Engineering

7.40-8.00pm Talks TBC

All are invited to attend, and we encourage everyone to continue the discussion afterwards over refreshments. 

School of Health Sciences

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Queen's Medical Centre
Nottingham, NG7 2HA

telephone: +44 (0)115 95 15559