Event: Global Health In The Media: Global Health On Your Newsfeed
The Medsin Barts Global Health Short Course is back, with Module 1: Global Health in the Media!
Come along to the first talk of the series, Global Health on Your Newsfeed: War & Conflict, on 8th November at 6pm in the Clark-Kennedy Lecture Theatre.
The incredible speakers at this event will be:
Dr Maung Zarni
Internationally acclaimed Burmese human rights campaigner and democracy advocate; previous lecturer at Harvard and founder of the Free Burma Coalition – one of the largest and most effective human rights campaigns in the world.
Teaching fellow at the King’s Centre for Global Health and part of the King’s Conflict & Health Research Group, specialising in the relationship between global health, politics and security in conflict-affected areas.
Dr Jonathan Kennedy
Lecturer in Global Health at QMUL and previous research associate at the University of Cambridge, studying violent political conflict and its effect on public health in countries such as Nigeria, Syria, Afghanistan and Pakistan.
It’s sure to be a brilliant and enlightening evening, looking at war and conflict in the media, so don’t miss out!
As always FREE FOOD & DRINK will be provided.
Hope to see you there!
|Clark-Kennedy Lecture Theatre, Innovation Centre, Blizard Institute, 4 Newark St, London E1 2AT|
|Tuesday, November 8 at 6 PM – 8 PM UTC
Get Bronze, Silver and Gold Certificates for attending 3, 5 or 7 events this year!
The other lectures in this module series will be:
22nd Nov: Global Health On Film
6th Dec: Global Health in Print
[Our events are open to everyone, you don’t have to be a medical student to attend!]