- Live Stream
- Archived Videos
- Welcome Address - Prof. Malcolm Grant
- Keynote - HE Ernest Rwamucyo
- Keynote - Ms Sara Parkin OBE
- Keynote - Prof. Maria Lee
- Questions & Discussion: Prof. Anthony Costello
- Session 1 - Footprints: Environment, Population and Consumption
- Session 2 - Population Impact: Regional Perspectives
- Session 3 - Population Growth – Problem or Hype?
- Recap - Day 1
- Session 4 - Moving Further, Living Longer
- Session 5 - Public Health Impacts and Interventions
- Session 6 - Economic Planning Challenges: Beyond 2015
- Keynote - Dr Babatunde Osotimehin
- Session 7 - Policy and Research Directions
- Poster Presentions
- Population Footprints
Session 5 - Public Health Impacts and Interventions
A review of the impact of population growth and demographic change on human health, the environment and global endurance, from a scientific and medical point of view.
Dr Diarmid Campbell-Lendrum
Dr Campbell-Lendrum leads the climate change and health team within the Public Health and Environment department at WHO, including responsibility for assessing the health implications of other aspects of global environmental change.
Dr Ndola Prata
Scientific Director, Bixby Centre for Population Health, University of
California Berkeley and an Associate Professor in Residence in the
School of Public Health at UC Berkeley.
Prof Sir John Beddington
Chief Scientific Advisor to the UK Government, formerly Professor of Applied Population Biology at Imperial College London.
Chair: Dr Sarah Hawkes
Reader in Global Health, Centre for International Health & Development, UCL. Sarah Hawkes trained in sociology and medicine at UCL, and holds a PhD in epidemiology of STIs/RTIs in Bangladesh at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
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