Every year, public health scientists working in diverse disciplines from across the University of Cambridge join the Cambridge Festival of Ideas to explore their latest research with members of the public.
The festival programme for 2017 features hundreds of mostly free talks, debates, workshops, talks, exhibitions and performances, celebrating the arts, humanities and social sciences – it also includes some events from our Cambridge Institute of Public Health and Network members.
This year’s events cover a wide range of subjects relevant to public health, here are some you might like to attend:
21 October – What is a good death?
21 October – Who to trust about your health?
24 October – What’s stopping your diet being more sustainable?
This year’s festival runs 16-29 October 2017. Find out more here.
To find out about other public health events in Cambridge beyond the festival visit Cambridge Institute of Public Health’s events page here.