Putting health into the heart of conservation
We are proud to announce the launch of our first ever international conference (Tulsicon2018). This unique event which is going to be held at the London Wetland Centre on Friday the 14th of September. The aim of the one day event is to explore the impact health has on conservation in particular One Health. The conference sponsored by Lush (UK) and supported by Tytek and Simplyhealth promises to be a unique event a unique venue. We have lined up a number of high profile speakers and so far the provisional speakers* include
Dr Chet Trivedy Tulsi Foundation (UK), Dr Vishal Gadre WCT (india ), Professor David Warrell University of Oxford (UK), Dr Nathan Smith University of Exeter Medical School (UK), Dr Anish Andheria WCT (India), Dr Niki Rust Newcastle University (UK), Ms Dani Rabaiotti UCL (UK), Dr Gudrun Ravetz British Veterinary Association (UK), Tiger Awareness (UK), Mrs Judith Mackay Wildlife Artist (UK), Mr Martin Spray CEO WWT (UK)
* All speakers subject to confirmation. A detailed timetable for the event will be published closer to the date of the conference.
We will be covering a wide range of topics around the theme of One Health. In addition to our high profile speakers we are also keen for our participants to explore our unique venue. We will also have Judith Mackay a well know wildlife artist exhibiting some of her amazing work.
We strongly believe that in order to look after the survival of other species we must also focus on our own health so we are offering our participants to the chance to have a free health check for blood pressure, diabetes, cholesterol, obesity. In addition we will also be running a free basic life support workshop. Student researchers are encouraged to present their abstracts through our abstract completion as well for which the winner will be awarded a cash prize. We are exploring the potential opportunity to get an academic journal to offer us a special issue for this topic in which case any abstracts accepted may be published in that issue.
We will shortly be releasing our registration details through Eventbrite