We are delighted to announce that Dr Manuel Carballo - Executive Director of the International Centre for Migration, Health and Development (ICMHD) in Switzerland – will deliver this year’s lecture, during the City Health 2014 Conference, in Amsterdam.
Dr Carballo will speak on Changing Urban Profiles and Implications for Health.
Dave is a qualified Mental Health Nurse, qualifying in 1999 from the University of Central Lancashire. Prior to that he had had various roles in acute psychiatric intensive care units. Following several years working in forensic mental health he began to specialise in substance misuse and the crossover between Mental Health, Substance Misuse and Criminal Justice, including running Drug Rehabilitation Requirements in Blackpool as part of the well regarded Tower Project.
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