International Health Lecture 2021

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Our annual International Health Lecture is a platform for leaders in global health to discuss topics of international significance, promoting debate, discussion and the exchange of ideas on current research.

These high-profile lectures attract a diverse audience, including the Academy’s Fellows, academics, policymakers, the media, stakeholder groups and members of the public. We are delighted to have been hosting this lecture in partnership with The Lancet since 2016.

The 2021 International Health Lecture ‘Global pandemic perspectives: public health, mental health, and lessons for the future’ will take place online on Thursday 18 November, presented by Dr Matshidiso Moeti, Professor Helen Herrman and Professor George Gao.

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