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15-year Jubilee events: the SSPH+/ETHZ Lecture Series "This Is Public Health" - Live streaming
When: 19 Feb 2020 - 27 May 2020
Organiser: The Swiss School of Public Health (SSPH+)
Contact: agne.ulyte@uzh.ch

The Swiss School of Public Health (SSPH+) invites you to join our 15-year Jubilee events: the SSPH+/ETHZ Lecture Series "This Is Public Health".

Lectures are held in HG D16.2 at the ETH Zürich (main building) on Wednesdays at 17:15-18:15, from February 19 to May 27, 2020, (except 15 April and 20 May) and will be live streamed at: http://www.ssphplus.ch/tiph-lectures.

Information on the topics and speakers as well as the links to reading material are available on http://www.ssphplus.ch/tiph-lectures.

Each lecture (~30 min) is followed by a student-led discussion. Though ETH bachelor students in medicine are a target audience, everybody interested in current challenges in public health sciences are highly welcomed (e.g. master and PhD students, scholars in medicine and health sciences, faculty, and other local or global guests). Either come to the ETH auditorium or join via live-stream.

Let Agne - Uni ZH/SSPH+ PhD student and moderator of the lecture series - know if you have any questions (agne.ulyte@uzh.ch). With bests regard from the SSPH+/ETHZ Lecture Series team - This Is Public Health!

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