Academic journal article The Journal of the Royal Society for the Promotion of Health

Diary

Academic journal article The Journal of the Royal Society for the Promotion of Health

Diary

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Acetaldehyde-related pathology: bridging the trans-disciplinary divide

8 September 2006, King's College London

Acetaldehyde can be instrumental in causing, or contributing to, a significant number of pathologies ranging from cancer to asthma. The origins of acetaldehyde are various, from bacteria in the oral cavity and the intestinal tract to atmospheric acetaldehyde as an industrial or environmental pollutant. Significant amounts of acetaldehyde are also derived from cigarette smoke and alcohol, both of which are major contributors to disease on a global basis. The objective of this meeting is to bring together internationally respected scientists from a range of scientific disciplines, to discuss acetaldehyde in all its facets. For more information visit www.rsm.ac.uk/diary.

Pandemic Flu: Are we Properly Prepared?

26 September 2006, One Great George Street, London

This conference will provide medical staff and health authority managers with the latest information on the UK's national preparedness for a flu pandemic as well as practical advice on how services can be organised to cope with such an outbreak. …

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