On the occasion of the retirement of Koos van der Velden a farewell symposium and farewell speech will be organized.On Friday 31 August we say goodbye to Koos van der Velden, Professor Public Health at the Department of Primary and Community Care. After many years of working in the (inter)national field of public health, he will retire from his work. Prior to his farewell speech ‘Only Connect?’ at 16.00 hours, the symposium ‘Public Health has the future’ has been organized between 13.30 and 15.00 hours. Both the symposium and the farewell speech will take place in the Aula of the Radboud University.
More information about the program and registration will follow soonest. Meanwhile, save the date!
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