"Health Forum" organized by All Santé on 30 March

10 March 2023

"Health Forum" organized by All Santé on 30 March

All Santé is organizing a "Health Forum" on 30 March. The event is open to all students and staff from the University. 

From 10am to 5pm you will be able to talk about physical and mental health matters with many health professionals, learn more about French social security or the Nightline association, and even take part in several activities!

Location : University building "Robert Schuman" RS 311, 58 rue du port, Lille
From 10 am to 5 pm
Open to all students and staff

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