CAMBRIDGE ONE HEALTH CONFERENCE – SPONSORED BY THE VETERINARY PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION


SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13TH 2016
CAMBRIDGE VET SCHOOL
BOOKING OPEN NOW

Following last year’s sell-out success, you are warmly invited to the
next Cambridge University One Health Conference, organised by medical
and veterinary students at Cambridge and kindly sponsored by the VPHA.

It is becoming increasingly evident that human and animal health issues
are inextricably linked. Global health issues require an
interdisciplinary approach to be dealt with effectively. Whether you
choose to work in local hospitals or vet practices, travel the world or
advise on global medical and environmental issues, this conference is
relevant for your future!

This one-day conference is aimed at MEDICAL AND VETERINARY STUDENTS,
SCIENTISTS AND ANYONE WHO IS INTERESTED in finding out more about the
One Health initiative. We have an inspiring line up of expert speakers
for you, including:

* DR GEORGE LUEDDEKE (Consultant in Higher and Medical Education) –
_importance of One Health in the 21st century_
* DR ASTRID CONCHA (Medical Detection Dogs) – _Olfactory detection of
human disease by dogs (detection dogs) and medical alert dogs_

* PROFESSOR RICHARD KOCK (Chair in Wildlife Health and Emerging
Zoonoses at Royal Veterinary College) – _the wildlife disease aspect of
One Health_
* DR HAYLEY MACGREGOR (Institute of Development Studies) – _social
science perspective to zoonoses control _
* DR ELAINE PENDLEBURY (International Association of Human-Animal
Interaction Organizations) – _Importance of the Human Animal Bond_
* ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE PANEL DISCUSSION with the following speakers:

* Dr David Brown (Director for Antibiotic Research UK)
* Dr Mark Holmes (Cambridge Department of Veterinary Medicine)
* Dr Ewan Harrison (Cambridge Department of Medicine)

Non-dining tickets – £24 for conference, buffet lunch and refreshments.
Dining tickets – £32 for conference, buffet lunch, refreshments, plus
buffet dinner at The Granta, a riverside pub in central Cambridge. A fun
and atmospheric way to mingle with other delegates after a busy day of
talks.

Tickets on sale NOW and limited spaces only!

CONFERENCE PROGRAMME RUNDOWN (13 FEBRUARY 2016):

9:30 am – Registration
10:00 am – Morning lectures
11:45 am – Morning break
12:05 pm – Afternoon lectures
1:00 pm – Buffet lunch

2:00 pm – Afternoon lectures continue
3:35 pm – Afternoon break

4:00 pm – Antibiotic Resistance Panel

6:00 pm – Dinner

Book online now to confirm your place:

http://onlinesales.admin.cam.ac.uk/browse/extra_info.asp?compid=1&modid=2&deptid=111&catid=1132&prodid=1544
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Any queries please email: info@onehealthcambridge.com

We look forward to seeing you there.
Cambridge University One Health Committee 2015-2016

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