Session 1 - 7:00pm
One Health – The Interconnected Health of all Living Things
Dr. Jane Parmley, D.V.M. PhD., Ontario Veterinary College
Dr. Parmley’s research strives to consider the complex nature of health while at the same time working to develop and deliver practical actions to improve health and wellbeing for humans, animals and the environments that support us all.
Dr. Parmley is going to talk about the health challenges that arise from the interconnected nature of our health, including antimicrobial resistance and zoonotic diseases. She will also discuss her work in understanding how this relationship can be used to predict threats and protect populations.
Session 2 - 8:00pm
Environmental Health – What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You
Dr. Riina Bray, PhD. M.D., Medical Director of the Environmental Health Clinic, Women’s College Hospital
Dr. Riina Bray’s work with the Environmental Health clinic helps those who suffer from chronic complex conditions related to environmental exposures.
Dr. Bray is going to educate on the challenges some people face as a result of sensitivities to things in their environment. She will speak about how people can use this knowledge to develop an understanding of their own environmental health and protect themselves from adverse reactions.
Session 3 - 9:00pm
EMF - For Many it's a Shock
Anthony Miller - M.D., Professor Emeritus, Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto
Dr. Anthony Miller has a storied career in medicine and public health. He has served some of the world’s most prestigious health organisations, lending his expertise on an array of topics including epidemiology and cancer. Dr. Miller is going to share his expertise as it relates to the effects of wireless radiation exposure on human health.
This session will educate and raise awareness of the health effects of wireless technology. Dr. Miller will explore ways this equipment can be used in a safer manner and what individuals can do to protect themselves from negative effects.