10 - 12 April, 2019 | London, UK

Lieutenant General Martin Bricknell


Professor of Conflict, Health and Military Medicine
Kings College London


3:50 PM AN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE OF DEPLOYED HOSPITAL CARE SOLUTIONS FOR EMERGENCY RESPONSE

  • Delivering deployed care in response to complex threats to global health
  • Coordinating an international medical response - overcoming limitations to interoperability and partnership
  • Balancing the demands of tactical and non-tactical operations - challenges for the future

4:30 PM Q&A: THE FUTURE OF MILITARY/NON-MILITARY COLLABORATION IN DELIVERING A MEDICAL RESPONSE TO COMPLEX HUMANITARIAN EMERGENCIES

  • Overcoming foundational barriers to coordination between humanitarian actors in delivering care to deployed populations
  • Is the emergency medical community, military and non-military, equipped to respond to a dynamic global security context?
  • Collaboratively meeting future challenges to global health. Countering infectious disease and CBRN


Check out the incredible speaker line-up to see who will be joining Lieutenant General Martin.

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