It is estimated that half of the world’s population have inadequate access to full health coverage. Yet enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of health is one of the fundamental rights of every human being, according to the constitution of the World Health Organization.
This discussion event will look broadly at access to healthcare and inequality, with four researchers from the University of Bristol and Cardiff discussing their work on fertility, mental health, energy provision and transfusion medicine.
Join us for a discussion about the challenges and opportunities facing healthcare in today’s unequal world. We hope it may even leave you questioning your very definition of health.
Panel members: Gareth Griffith, Katherine Macinnes, Peter Thomas and Sara Davies, with Professor Rachael Gooberman-Hill, Director of the Elizabeth Blackwell Institute.
Free and open to all.
The discussion will include issues of a sensitive nature and so we recommend that parents consider whether this event is suitable for children. If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Accessibility statement: The venue is largely accessible for wheelchairs, with accessible toilets and step free access. Please contact the organisers if you require additional information by emailing email@example.com. We are committed to making reasonable adjustments to make the event accessible to all.
This event is part of Research without Borders 2018, a festival of postgraduate research.
To book free tickets for this event on Wednesday 3 May please follow the link to Health in an Unequal World.
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