The World Federation of Public Health Associations (WFPHA) Tobacco Control Working Group is organizing “Tobacco Control Talks”, inviting leading experts to discuss crucial tobacco control issues. Join the working group as each talk aims to be educational, inspiring, and useful for tobacco
We are pleased to announce the third edition of the European Public Health Week! The EUPHW aims to raise awareness about important public health issues and connect professionals contributing to public health across Europe. This year’s themes Monday 17 May: Communicating science
This webinar will discuss facts versus misconceptions and disinformation and will provide health professionals with the skills and tools to counter those false myths, perform effective advocacy with policy makers, and sustain people and community engagement.
Keynote Speakers VACCINATION DE LA FEMME ENCEINTE 18 novembre 2020 Evènement gratuit Thème Le Conseil supérieur de la santé a élaboré un avis sur les « lignes directrices belges en matière d’immunisation maternelle » (CSS 8754). Les éléments principaux ont
Europe’s governments are again struggling to curb the spread of the COVID-19 virus and to gear health systems up to meet new surges. They are implementing or tightening measures to prevent transmission and are looking to strengthen infrastructure and workforce
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The World Federation of Public Health Associations (WFPHA) Tobacco Control Working Group is organizing “Tobacco Control Talks”, inviting leading experts to discuss crucial tobacco control issues. Join the working group as each talk aims to be educational, inspiring, and useful
Join our INTERACTIVE WEBINAR on Monday 22 June 2020, 18.00-19.00 CEST This webinar will be an opportunity to discuss with Prof. Stephan Van den Broucke the way health promotion can respond to the COVID-19 pandemic and to ask him your
The 16th World Congress on Public Health goes virtual. We are ready for the challenge. Daily sessions from 6 am – 11 pm for all time zones.
Participate at the 16th World Congress on Public Health by sharing your work on COVID-19. Abstracts can be submitted for workshops or for single presentation. Proposals for workshops are considered for 60-minutes sessions only. Highest scoring single abstracts will be