Covid centre stage for European conference
The University is hosting a conference of health experts to examine the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Una Europa One Health Event - taking place online from 1-3 pm on 3 November - will see scientists from Finland, Italy, Poland, Spain and the UK sharing their insights on the virus.
The discussions will examine the importance of the One Health approach to medicine and will cover the importance of veterinary medicine, simulation modeling, general practice, hospitals and social psychology.
You can join the discussion by clicking here.
One Health is an approach which recognises that human and medicine is inextricably linked with the environment around them and that by analysing different species, shared solutions can be obtained.
Edinburgh is an acknowledged leader in this field, which has become increasingly important with the emergence of Covid-19.
The One Health event forms one part of a series of Una Europa discussions taking place this week.
One 4 November, a talk entitled ‘Resistance is futile. You will be digitalized!’ will take place.
This discussion will examine what the future of digital co-operation in academia might look like. How will digital tools influence our teaching practices? Which virtual platforms and tools might academics and researchers use in the future?
You can join this event by clicking here.
This week’s events are organised by Una Europa, a group of eight leading universities - including Edinburgh - that seeks to redesign the education sector in Europe.
UNA Europa members include Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Alma Mater Studiorum Università di Bologna, Uni-versité Paris 1 Panthéon – Sorbonne, KU Leuven, Freie Universität Berlin and Jagiellonian University, Krakow
This week’s discussions will see leaders from each of the Una Europa members discussing how the alliance can further enhance partnership working. This is of particular importance following the UK’s departure from the European Union.