Improving Health and Wellbeing: Opportunities for Public Health Scotland

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Scottish Parliament Building

Scottish Parliament

Edinburgh

EH99 1SP

United Kingdom

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Hear from politicians and policymakers about the opportunities to improve public health through the creation of Public Health Scotland

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Given the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, The Royal Society of Edinburgh and The Physiological Society have decided to postpone our Parliamentary Reception “Improving Health and Wellbeing: Opportunities for Public Health Scotland”.

While we are disappointed to have to take this decision, the wellbeing of our attendees and speakers is of the utmost importance.

We hope to hold this event in the autumn. Thank you for your interest in this event and we hope you will be able to join us later in the year.

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Location

Scottish Parliament Building

Scottish Parliament

Edinburgh

EH99 1SP

United Kingdom

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Organiser The Physiological Society and Royal Society of Edinburgh

Organiser of Improving Health and Wellbeing: Opportunities for Public Health Scotland

The Physiological Society brings together over 4,000 scientists from over 60 countries. Since its foundation in 1876, its Members have made significant contributions to our knowledge of biological systems and the treatment of disease. 

The Society is committed to supporting our Members in communicating their work to wider audiences. We believe an engaged cohort of young people, and a well-informed public is key to ensuring a new generation of high quality physiologists and continued excellence in physiological research.

The Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE) is an educational charity, registered in Scotland, operating on a wholly independent and non-party-political basis and providing public benefit throughout Scotland. We were established in 1783 and since then have drawn upon the considerable strengths and varied expertise of our Fellows, of which there are currently around 1600, who are based in Scotland, the rest of the UK and beyond. Our Fellowship includes people from a wide range of disciplines – science & technology, arts, humanities, social science, business and public service. As Scotland’s National Academy, the RSE contributes to the social, cultural and economic wellbeing of Scotland through the advancement of learning and useful knowledge. The time which our Fellows spend in supporting and enabling the delivery of our activities is an exceptional free resource. 

For more information about the RSE, please visit https://www.rse.org.uk/

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