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via Zoom

Workshop: Shaping the future of One Health research at SLU

Help us identify important future One Health areas where different SLU competences should join forces. On April 16th, SLU Future One Health will arrange a workshop to pinpoint complex challenges that require an interdisciplinary One Health approach, and where SLU research has the potential to make a difference.

When? 16 April, 9.00-12.00

Who? SLU researchers and PhD students interested in developing interdisciplinary SLU One Health research

Why? To guide decisions on future research support activities and to promote SLU One Health networking

Registration: Sign up here to receive a link to the digital meeting!


Most welcome!
/SLU Future One Health

Time: 2021-04-16 09:00 - 12:00
City: via Zoom
Organiser: SLU Future One Health

9:00 Introduction of workshop goals and a quick inventory of participants’ research areas.

9:10 Group discussions in break-out-rooms addressing the questions:

  • What are your experiences of overcoming challenges in interdisciplinary collaboration?
  • In what way could SLU Future One Health and other parts of the university support interdisciplinary One Health collaboration?

Discussion reported as keywords in Mentimeter

9:45 Short break

9:55 Inspirational speaker, Tim Daw, Stockholm Resilience Center

10:25 Group discussions in break-out-rooms addressing the question

  • What are the important research areas in future interdisciplinary One Health research at SLU?

11:20 Group exercise feedback

11:35 Open discussion on current SLU research areas where bridging to policy makers is needed.

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