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Masterclass Global Health 4 - Essential Medicines (1 September 2017)

The fourth Masterclasses will be on 'Working in Global Health: Essential Medicines' by Professor Hans Hogerzeil. 

Hans Hogerzeil currently is Professor of Global Health at Groningen University (Netherlands). After working as a mission doctor, he joined the WHO Action Programme of Essential Drugs in 1985 and was the Director for Essential Medicines and Pharmaceutical Policies from 2008 to 2011.

DATE: Friday 1 September
TIME: 14.00-17.00 hrs CET
LOCATION: Lecture Hall 1, Erasmus MC


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