The 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" will take place on 22 November. 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
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