Directors Seminar: Emerging infectious diseases in high-risk settings

Description

Communities living in low-resource settings affected also by conflict, displacement and political instability are most at risk from emergeing infectious diseases. Control of such diseases in these settings is also complex and challenging. This presentation will discuss the population health aspects of infectious disease emergence, spread and control related to Ebola Virus Disease in West Africa and drug-resistant forms of infectious disease in the Asia-Pacific.

Date & time

12.30–1.30pm 16 April 2018

Location

Eucalyptus Seminar Room, (S2.05) Level 2, RN Robertson Building #46

Preceded by lunch at 12noon

Speakers

Dr Kamalini Lokuge, Senior Research Fellow, Humanitarian Research Program Leader, ANU College of Health and Medicine

Contacts

 Terri Richardson
 6125 5070

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