Global Health Lecture Series
The Global Health Lecture Series is where leading experts from the School present up-to-date summaries and debates about a range of global health issues. Each lecture is 45-60 minutes, followed by Q&A. They are open to all students as well as anyone interested in learning more about global health.
Events in this series
Are we ready for the next epidemic?
There is no magic food tree: healthy and sustainable diets now and in the future
Principles of humanitarian public health
Women’s and Children’s health: non fake news about sex, births and 9 million deaths
Global Disability: What can we learn from Zika?
Mental health system development in the Asia-Pacific: Example from Timor-Leste
Risk and Rumours in Global Health: The case of vaccines
Who gets melioidosis, and can bacterial genomes tell us why?
Disgust and Desire: Changing Sanitation and Hygiene Behaviour
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