The ANU Mongolia Institute is convening a workshop on the 16 June 2017. The workshop will feature three Mongolian medical practitioners from Inner Mongolia.
This event will be a means of establishing connections with Mongolian experts in their field, relating to both human and animal health in Mongolian cultural areas. The focus of the workshop is on a ‘One Health’, multispecies approach in the management of health and wellbeing in humans, animals and the environment. ‘One Health’ involves academics and medical practitioners engaged in interdisciplinary research relating to human health, human medicine, animal health, veterinary care, traditional medicine and sustainable ecosystems.
Speakers include Prof. Ao Wuliji, Medical School, Inner Mongolia Nationality University (Tongliao), Sajirhu Caijilahu, Zhongshan University with ‘Saijirahu Buyanchugla, School of Sociology and Anthropology Sun Yat-sen University, Dr Bao Songqing, Baoshi Bonesetting Clinic (Ordus), Dr Natasha Fijn, ANU and Prof. Li Narangoa, ANU.
This workshop is sponsored by College of Asia and the Pacific (APIP).
The workshop will be held in the Baldessin Precinct Building (No. 110), Room 4.44.
SpeakerProf Ao Wuliji, Medical School, Inner Mongolia Nationality University, Dr Saijirahu Buyanchugla, School of Sociology and Anthropology Sun Yat-sen University, Dr Bao Songqing, Baoshi Bonesetting Clinic , Dr Natasha Fijn, ANU, Prof. Li Narangoa, ANU
Date & timeFriday 16 Jun 2017
Prof Li Narangoa