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Salzburg in the World
Looking ahead and focusing on outcomes
Looking ahead and focusing on outcomes
Oscar Tollast 
Fellows consider what children need from green spaces and how greater access can be provided
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Incremental change to transformation
Incremental change to transformation
Oscar Tollast 
Fellows hear case studies of initiatives which have made significant progress in a short space of time
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Ideas on how green spaces and parks can become more accessible
Ideas on how green spaces and parks can become more accessible
Oscar Tollast 
Fellows review what children are looking for from protected areas and green spaces and what need to change
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Martin Spray - "I am totally convinced about the need to invest in the education of younger generations"
Martin Spray - "I am totally convinced about the need to invest in the education of younger generations"
Andrea Abellan 
Fellow discusses Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust and success of "Inspiring Generations" program
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Second Salzburg Question on palliative care asks whether "dying well" is important as "living well"
Second Salzburg Question on palliative care asks whether "dying well" is important as "living well"
Oscar Tollast 
Twitter chat is second in series launched following December 2016 session on end of life care
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The Child in the City - Health, Parks, and Play
The Child in the City - Health, Parks, and Play
Oscar Tollast 
Third session of Parks for the Planet Forum to focus on how access to nature in cities can better meet the needs and well-being of children
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Dr Menon-Johansson - "For me electronic records are like black boxes on airplanes, they allow you to manage information"
Dr Menon-Johansson - "For me electronic records are like black boxes on airplanes, they allow you to manage information"
Andrea Abellan 
Fellow discusses empowering women and the use of digital health tools in his work
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