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The Lancet One Health Commission at UiO welcomes you to join the second webinar part of the One Health - Reconnecting for Our Future series with a conversation between Carlos Gonçalo das Neves and Peter Daszak about the dynamics of pandemics.
The Lancet One Health Commission at UiO is pleased to announce a conversation between the Co-chairs of the Commission, Professor Andrea S. Winkler and Dr. John Amuasi, about One Health and its relevance for pandemics and health security. This is the very first webinar part of the One Health - Reconnecting for Our Future webinar series.
Unfortunately, we have received notice that the 2020 World Health Summit Regional Meeting in Kampala, Uganda, has been postponed.
The Centre for Global Health at UiO is pleased to announce a webinar style talk between Professor Andrea S. Winkler and Dr. Chris Walzer in a conversation on how to create the conditions to minimize the risk for future pandemics.
The nature and scale of the global response to climate change will be the determining factor in shaping the health of the global population for centuries to come. Climate change threatens to undermine the last 50 years of gains for public health, intensifying heatwaves and extreme weather events, worsening flood and drought, altering the spread of infectious diseases, and exacerbating poverty and mental ill health. The Lancet Countdown: Tracking Progress on Health and Climate Change exists to monitor this transition from threat to opportunity, and to identify how the response to climate change can bring immense benefits to global health.
The Centre for Global Health is organizing a lunch panel at the World Health Summit 2019, exploring different views on One Health with a variety of experts in the field. One Health is closely aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals and is intrinsically inter- and trans-disciplinary.
The Centre for Global Health is organizing a high-level panel debate at the World Health Summit 2019. We are harnessing the long-standing and continued collaboration in Global Health between Germany, Norway and Ghana and will explore whether One Health has the potential of becoming an accelerator to the Global Action Plan.
The first meeting of the One Health Lancet Commission will take place in Oslo on the 9th and 10th of May 2019. The meeting will bring together the worlds top researchers from the field of One Health.