About this session
Over the last year many of us have been stuck in our homes around the world, waiting to see when life will return to what it once was. Each country has followed their own path, some more successful than others, but held back by others still struggling.
Working together in the past has helped the world overcome major problems when it comes to health and finances. Let us explore what happens, and what could happen, if the world focused on coming together. Join BSMS alumna, Dr Tamara Mulenga, as we explore the topic of global health and the importance of working together.
This lecture is part of the Brighton and Sussex Medical School's Monthly Lecture Series, designed for secondary school and college students. This lecture series, running from November 2020 through to July 2021, provides a unique opportunity for students to learn more about different aspects of medicine, career pathways, and how to get into medicine.
This talk will be conducted via the Zoom videoconferencing software. Please note, if you book tickets to this event the details will be circulated at 5pm on the day of the event.
If you have any questions about this event, or the Monthly Lecture Series, please email the Outreach Team via firstname.lastname@example.org
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