Hidden Epidemics Summer Series 2/2

This session will start with Eleanor Kashouris tracing "the processes through which unresolved experiences of UTI are obfuscated and removed from the scope of clinical care at the same time as UTI becomes subject to epidemiological methods as it comes within scope of public health efforts around the problem of AMR." Elizabeth Topping will then give her talk on 'Deflecting Public Attention: Obfuscating Rural Health Epidemics behind Infant Mortality Initiatives in the Early Twentieth Century.

Hidden Epidemics is a research network at Cambridge University dedicated to understanding epidemiological obfuscation.

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