The role of health partnerships in tackling global health challenges


Join us for an evening of informative talks, networking and to learn about the work of Cambridge Global Health Partnerships and to welcome Professor Sharon Peacock to the stage as keynote speaker. Among other roles, Professor Peacock is a renowned microbiologist with personal experience of global health in Southeast Asia.

Dates Wednesday, October 30, 2019 - Download as vCalendar
Venue Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute, Lecture Theatre, Robinson Way, Cambridge CB2 0RE
Website Event website

Event details:

This year’s event will welcome Professor Sharon Peacock to the stage as keynote speaker. Professor of Public Health and Microbiology; Director of the National Infection Service at Public Health England; a Non-Executive Director at Cambridge University Hospitals, among other roles, Professor Peacock is a renowned microbiologist with personal experience of global health in Southeast Asia.

The event will also shine a light on the successes and challenges of health partnership working, bringing together individuals from Cambridge and across the region. With speakers from within the CGHP partnerships including our visiting Ugandan partners, among other global health advocates, there will be a series of stimulating flash talks and presentations exploring questions and solutions relating to global health today. Informal drinks and networking will then wrap up the evening.

The event is aimed at all those interested in global health and the work of Cambridge Global Health Partnerships.

 

 

Cambridge Global Health Partnerships is part of ACT.

 

Addenbrooke's Charitable Trust (ACT) is the independent registered charity for Cambridge University Hospitals (including Addenbrooke's Hospital and the Rosie Hospital).