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Building Environmental Sustainability into Public Health Research

15th October 2018, 12:00am - 12:00am , Brockway Room, Conway Hall

Climate Change is a critical threat and opportunity for Public Health that can only be tackled in a robust manner through a partnership approach.
The Faculty of Public Health's Sustainable Development Special Interest Group is therefore delighted to be collaborating with the National Institute for Health Research and the Sustainable Development Unit to host this workshop.
Helen Walters (NIHR adviser on PH research) and Sonia Roschnik (Director of the SDU) will be joining Jeremy Wight & Helen Ross (chair and vice chair of the FPH Sustainable Development SIG) to inform the discussion.

Come to the workshop and discuss how environmental sustainability can be built into public health research.

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