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26 May 2015
The sixty-eighth meeting of the World Health Assembly took place last week in Geneva, attended by more than 3,000 delegates from the WHO’s 194 member states – including a large proportion of the world’s health ministers. The group met to discuss International Health Regulations and some of the major health challenges affecting the world.
8 May 2015
On Monday 11 May, a public hearing in the European Parliament will see organisers of the Stop Vivisection European Citizens’ Initiative (ECI) call for European Directive 2010/63/EU, which regulates the welfare and use of animals in research, to be repealed and replaced with legislation to end animal experimentation.
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20 May 2015
Last month, the Society held its Annual Conference, which was in Birmingham this year. It was a great event – over a thousand delegates attended, presenting hundreds of talks and posters. We spoke to some of the attendees about their work for this month’s podcast. Firstly, we chatted with Dr Jennifer Gardy from the BC [continue reading …]
17 - 19 Jun Galway, Ireland
7 - 8 Sep Glasgow, UK
7 - 9 Sep Manchester, UK