Moving out of the silos
We know that we need truly interdisciplinary approaches to analyse the threats to health and to evaluate the effectiveness of responses. Yet we often find difficulty in putting them into practice. Who creates the silos? And for which purpose? What actions do we need to take in the global public health community to promote and sustain interdisciplinary working? And what changes in the wider society do we need to advocate for to make this happen?
Moderators: Michael Moore, Australia, and Roberta Siliquini, Italy
Speakers/Panellists: to be announced