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2nd Annual International Conference on Public Health
28/07/2016 - 29/07/2016
The 2nd Annual conference on Public Health (ICOPH 2016) will be held on 28th and 29th of July 2016 in Sri Lanka. The organising committee of ICOPH-2016 devotes itself to supply to you and all conference participants the most cutting-edge updated information relevant to public health. ICOPH2016 refers to ‘Bridging the gap between research and policy and creating a global platform to discuss evidence-based health policies and interventions in public health’.
Thus focus of public health intervention is to improve health and quality of life through prevention and treatment of disease and other physical and mental health conditions.
The ICOPH-2016 programme consists with interactive presentation sessions, keynote presentations from expertise in the related fields, case studies and social events including cultural show along with the networking dinner, and post conference tour.
Conference Main Tracks
>> Public Health Nutrition
>> Maternal and Child health
>> Nursing Education
>> Women’s health
>> Information technology e-learning and Social issues in public health
>> Public Health policy and management
>> Health economics
>> Infectious Diseases and antibiotic resistance
>> Environmental occupational health issues
- Event Categories:
- Child health, Conference, e-learning, Infectious Disease, Maternal health, Mental health, Nursing, Public Health, Research, Women's health
- Event Tags:
- Antibiotic resistance, Environmental occupational health issues., Evidence-based health policies, Health Economics, Health policy, Health research, ICOPH-2016 programme, Improve quality of health and life, Infectious diseases, Information technology e-learning, International conference, Maternal and child health, Mental health issues, Nursing education, Physical health issues, Public health, Public health interventions, Public health nutrition, Public health policy and management, Social issues in public health, Sri Lanka, Treating disease, Women's health
- The International Institute of Knowledge Management
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