Symposium Ethnographics and statistics of global traveling practices, multiple borders, infectious diseases

Symposium Ethnographics and statistics of global traveling practices, multiple borders, infectious diseases

22 November 2019

 

Symposium “Ethnographics and statistics of global traveling practices, multiple borders, infectious diseases: Challenges for public health knowledge infrastructures, public health policies and public health interventions”.

 

Contributions by: Komatra Chuengsatiansup (medical anthropologist, medical doctor, director of the Society and Health Institute of the Ministry of Health Thailand); John Penders (AMR and global travelling); Henriette van Waarbeek (cross border infectious disease prevention in the EU region); Volker Hackert (Q fever and the Dutch-German border); Alena Kamenshchikova (theorizing AMR and global traveling: developing friendly relations with bacteria); Klasien Horstman & Christian Hoebe (paradigms of change in public health). A more elaborate programme will follow.

 

Date & time: 22 November 2019, 11.00-17.00h

Location: Eiffelgebouw, Boschstraat, Maastricht

Max participants: 40

To attend, please send an email to: a.kamenshchikova@maastrichtuniversity.nl

Author: gertmeyers

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