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Exploring commonalities between global health research and public health stakeholders Event

University of Southampton Global Health Research Institute
10:00 - 16:00
18 February 2016
Chilworth Manor Hotel, Chilworth, Southampton SO16 7PT

For more information regarding this event, please email Marie-Louise Newell at .

Event details

A workshop to define future action


(subject to change, timings approximate - please note that we will be adding more details as they are confirmed)

10.00 Registration, Danish pastries and coffee

10.15 Welcome and introduction – Professor Marie-Louise Newell, Director, Global Health Research Institute

10.25 - Session 1: 5 minute ‘Speed Dating’ Presentations

  • Paul Elkington ‘Combining biological and physical science approaches to improve tuberculosis control’
  • Professor Graham Moon ‘Health related behaviour: place matters!’
  • Dr Tomas Bird ‘The WorldPop project and Flowminder Foundation’
  • Professor Salim Khakoo: 'Innate immunity to flaviviruses'
  • Professor Sally Brailsford 'More bang for your buck: using modelling & simulation to add value to healthcare evaluation studies'

Questions chaired by Professor Graham Moon

11.00 – Session 2: 5 minute presentations

  • Professor Maria Evandrou: 'Global ageing and health’ 
  • Dr Michael Head: 'Pneumonia research - global implications'
  • Dr Janis Baird: 'A Lifecourse Approach to Non-communicable Diseases (NCDs)'
  • Professor Sabu Padmadas: 'Forecasting global health: assumptions and challenges'
  • Professor Mark Hanson: ''The Developmental origins of health and disease and the sustainable development goals'

11.25 – Questions chaired by Dr Janis Baird

 11.45 – Session 3: 5 minute presentations

  • Professor Paul Roderick: ‘Global Health research in the Population Health group’
  • Dr Claire Lougarre: 'The right to health, where are we now?'
  • Dr Kalyanaraman Kumaran: ‘Maternal nutrition and offspring metabolic health in India’
  • Professor Mandy Fader: 'Health Sciences and Global Health - what have we got to offer?'
  • Professor Marie-Louise Newell: ‘HIV and antiretroviral treatment in pregnancy’

12.15 – Questions chaired by Mark Hanson

12.30 - Lunch and networking

13.30 - : External Stakeholders: 10 minutes presentations (with Q & A and discussion chaired by Marie-Louise Newell)

  • Professor David Phillips, Director, Public Health Dorset: ‘Colouring Outside the Lines: Innovation in institutional development – a case study'
  • David Stevenson, Wessex Institute: 'Adding Value in Health Research'
  • Sue Dewhirst, Public Health Support Manager, Public Health England: 'A brief overview of the work of PHE'
  • Emmeline Buckley, Senior International Public Health Officer, Public Health England: 'PHE's contribution to Global Health'
  • Kevin Brooks, Wessex AHSN: ‘Promoting life science excellence in Wessex to an international audience’

 14.45 - Tea/coffee and networking

 15.00 - Plenary discussion chaired by Marie-Louise Newell

15.50 – Closing remarks and where next

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