In 2014 the UK government estimated that antimicrobial resistance would become the world’s greatest killer by 2050 and cut global GDP by 3.5%, a cumulative cost of £70bn unless a new generation of effective antibiotics are developed.
So what’s been done in the last 5 years…
Find out on 23 January 2020
Professor Sir Sam Everington – seeking to get antibiotic guardianship on the social prescribing agenda
Professor Peter Borriello – Chief Executive Officer, Veterinary Medicines Directorate examining the world of animal health
Professor Mark Fielder – Professor of medical microbiology Kingston University and currently the President of the Society for Applied Microbiology
Dr Peter Jackson – Executive Director AMR- the UK’s translational R&D centre focused on antimicrobial resistance
6.30pm Registration and presentations
Presentations followed by networking
The Kings Fund, 11-13 Cavendish Square, London, W1G 0AN
The Guild of Health Writers thanks Schwabe Pharma (UK) for their generous sponsorship of this event and would like to state that this is an independent event. In accordance with its objectives, the Guild aims to provide a balanced, non-partisan forum for discussion and does not endorse any commercial products.
A preview of Professor Mark Emberton’s 2020 RPS/UCL School of Pharmacy New Year lecture on Controlling Cancer in the 2020s and a discussion of new opportunities for preventing, treating and curing cancers
To be held on Thursday, 9 January 2020 in the Kohn Centre at the Royal Society,
6-9 Carlton House Terrace, SW1Y 5AG.
Coffee from 9.30am for a prompt 10am start
The 2020 New Year Lecture will be given by Professor Mark Emberton, Dean of UCL’s Faculty of Medical Sciences. To highlight his messages about further reducing the suffering and death caused by cancers a press conference will be held on the morning of Thursday, January 9th at the Royal Society. Contributions will also be made by:
- Professor Charles Swanton,Royal Society Napier Professor in Cancer and thoracic oncologist at UCL and UCLH. Charlie is leading the TRACERx research project on improving lung cancer treatment and co-director of the Cancer Research UK Lung Cancer Centre of Excellence and Chief Clinician, Cancer Research UK
- Professor David Baldwin,Consultant Respiratory Physician, Nottingham University Hospitals and the University of Nottingham. David is Chair of NHS England’s Clinical Expert Group for Lung Cancer.
This event will also be attended by other leaders in cancer prevention and child and adult
care. A new UCL School of Pharmacy publication, Cancer Policy Update: an Agenda for the
2020s, will be launched at the meeting, which will be chaired by Professor David Taylor.
Please let us know if you can attend by emailing Dr Monika Heller at
RSVP to Monika.Heller@alumni.ucl.ac.uk
The Guild of Health Writers would like to state that this is an independent event we think that might be of interest to you.
It’s Christmas Party Time!
This year we’re heading to the Palace of Westminster. We’d love you to join us and catch up with old friends, make new ones and enjoy some festive revelry.
Sparkling wine and artisan juices will be served along with delicious healthy canapés and festive sweetmeats.
There will also be an informal opportunity to explore Parliament before the party.
Date: Tuesday 3rd December 2019
Time: 6.30pm – 9.30pm
Place: Palace of Westminster, London SW1A OPW
GHW Members: £22.00
Friends of the Guild: £25.00
Non-member guests: £28.00 (One guest per Guild member/Friends of the Guild)
This event is by invitation only for Guild Members and Friends of the Guild.
TO BUY YOUR TICKETS CLICK HERE
RSVP – Please note that your ticket purchase by 27th November 2019 is essential for security reasons.
IMPORTANT – An admittance invitation (ticket), map and full joining details will be emailed to each guest.
||The Guild of Health Writers thanks Zoetic for their generous sponsorship of this networking opportunity and would like to state that this is an independent event. In accordance with its objectives, the Guild aims to provide a balanced, non-partisan forum for discussion and does not endorse any commercial products.