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Sandy Macara Memorial Lecture

Join us for the Sandy Macara Memorial Lecture to explore big data and public health.

Date: 28 January 2020

Location: Cardiff

Time: 6:00PM - 8:30PM

The Sandy Macara Memorial Lecture will take place at the Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff.

The subject of the lecture, 'big data and public health', picks up on the theme of 21st century public health, which will be explored at the public health medicine conference 2020 (26 February 2020).

The keynote speaker is Professor Ronan Lyons, Clinical Professor of Public Health at Swansea University.


Travel and accessibility

Travel and accommodation costs will not be met for this event, but do contact us on [email protected] if you need help with caring responsibilities in order to enable you to attend.

Please also let us know what we can do to make this event fully accessible to you. 

If you would like to discuss your access requirements further, please contact [email protected].

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As places at the lecture are limited and refreshments will be provided, please email the public health medicine committee as soon as possible to confirm that you will attend. Please indicate any dietary requirements in this email.

You do not need to be a BMA member to attend.

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Wales Millennium Centre
Bute Place
Cardiff Bay
CF10 5AL



Public health medicine committee

Email: [email protected]

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