"Building Consensus on prevention, treatment and care", the conference aims to serve as a platform for deliberations on the key contentious issues relating to prevention, treatment and care. In particular, the conference will highlight state-of-the-art developments in prevention technologies; new approaches to prevention; the long-term impact of highly active antiretroviral therapy on incidence, prevalence, morbidity and mortality; the role of nutrition in HIV/AIDS; and the role of research into the use of complimentary and traditional medicines in HIV/AIDS.
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The 4th Global Forum on Human Resources for Health will be held in Dublin, Ireland from 13-17 November 2017 hosted by the World Health Organization, the Global Health Workforce Network, Trinity College, Dublin, Irish Aid and the Department of Health. The Forum represents a unique opportunity to engage a multisectoral group of actors across the education, finance, health and labour sectors; multilateral and bilateral agencies; academic institutions; health professional associations and civil society, in a coherent advocacy platform. The Forum will be an occasion to address the health workforce agenda with a multisectoral lens. The theme of the 4th Global Forum is achieving the Global Strategy on Human Resources for Health milestones and the Commission’s recommendations. The Forum will: take stock of progress since the 3rd Global Forum; inform on innovations in workforce policy and practice; engage with and capture the views of various stakeholder groups on advancing implementation to reach the agreed GSHRH milestones by 2020 and 2030; promote collective actions across various stakeholder groups to accelerate implementation towards achieving global and national priorities and targets; and promote learning, sharing, networking, and collaboration among HRH stakeholders. The Forum will also facilitate special sessions to debate and discuss issues of global relevance such as, but not limited to, emergency preparedness & response, antimicrobial resistance, 90-90-90 and others.
The theme for this conference has been chosen because Sexual and Gender Based Violence is a major Public Health and Human Rights problem throughout the world. There is the call on Governments and all other Stakeholders to take concerted action and make recommendations for the Health, Education and Criminal Justice sectors of society to take the problem seriously. The organisers believe that no positive and sustainable change can occur unless the problems of Gender Equity are analysed within the framework of Public Health, Human Rights and Human Security. It is only when all aspects of society have equal rights and mutual recognition of these rights, that there can be an all encompassing and equitable development for all.
The focus of the Workshop will be: Recent, current and future research; Policies and guidelines at Health Management level; Marketing and social acceptance of KMC. For further information please contact: Ms Deborah McTeer.
The Fourth People’s Health Assembly (PHA 4), will draw on civil society organizations and networks, social movements, academia and other actors from around the globe. PHA4 will provide a space for strengthening solidarity, sharing experiences, mutual learning and joint strategizing for future actions. The Assembly and associated activities aim to: evaluate and critically analyze current processes and policies that impact on health and healthcare at global, regional and local levels; undertake a collective assessment of PHM’s organizational and programmatic activities and to provide a renewed mandate for the years to come. They also seek to enhance the capacity of health civil society activists to engage with and intervene in the policy making process, to monitor and drive policy implementation and to ensure accountability in the functioning of health systems; to foster and support constructive dialogue, planning and mobilization around health and the broader social determinants of health, involving the widest possible range of practitioners; and to launch renewed sustainable structures and dynamics, both within and outside the health sector, that will continue to drive coordinated action to secure universal and equitable access to health and health care.
You are invited to submit an abstract for consideration by the Scientific Programme Committee for participation at the 4th SA Aids Conference programme. The conference is scheduled to place at Durban International Convention Centre from 31 March – 3 April 2009. The theme of the conference is “ Scaling up for Success”. Abstracts will be reviewed according to the following tracks: Basic Sciences; Clinical Sciences; Epidemiology, Prevention and Public Health; Social and Economical Sciences, Human rights and Ethics; Best Practices and Programmes; and Community Exchange Encounters. Abstracts can only be submitted electronically through the SA AIDS Conference website. Abstracts submitted to the conference secretariat directly through any other means will not be accepted for review. Please draft your abstract according to the headings listed below in no more than 300 words in total. You may draft your abstract in text format only using a word processing software i.e MS Word and then copy and paste the text in the abstract submission box.Note that no graphic images, tables, graphs or columns should be submitted with your abstract. Abstract submissions close on 31 December 2008
The Canadian Coalition calls for applications for the 4th Summer Institute for New Global Health Researchers, to be held in partnership with the Centre for Development Studies in Trivandrum, Kerala, India from August 13-20, 2007. By “global health research” we mean research concerning the problems borne by societies in low and middle income countries (LMICs). A limited number of spaces are available for this training opportunity for “dyads” - that is, pairs of researchers with one participant from a low- or middle-income country and one from Canada, who are members of the same project or program team. The deadline for receipt of applications is 1 March 2007.
The East, Central and Southern Africa Health Community (ECSA-HC), in collaboration with the Ministries of Public Health and Sanitation and Medical Services Republic of Kenya will host the 54th ECSA Health Minister’s Conference from 07 - 11 November 2011 in Mombasa, Republic of Kenya. The Conference, will bring together Ministers of Health, Senior Officials from Ministries of Health, Experts, Health Researchers, Heads of Health Training Institutions from Member States of the ECSA Health Community; diverse Collaborating Partners in the region and beyond with the aim of identifying policy issues and making recommendations to facilitate the implementation of high impact interventions for improved health outcomes. The theme of the 54th ECSA Health Ministers Conference is “Consolidating the gains: Addressing High Impact Interventions for Improved Health Outcomes” Abstracts are being invited for presentation of papers under the ECSA-HC Regional Forum on Best Practices which is held annually in conjunction with the Health Ministers Conference for the East Central and Southern Africa - Health Community (ECSA-HC) You are kindly requested to submit your abstract(s) by 16 September 2011 to email@example.com.
59th International Conference on Multidisciplinary Research & Practice(ICMRP) is to bring together innovative academics and industrial experts in the field of Science Technology and Management to a common forum. All the registered papers will be published by the World Research Library and will be submitted for review for indexing by Google Scholar etc. All submissions to the conference will be reviewed by at least two independent peers for technical merit and content. It is anticipated that a broad range of research and applied topics will be covered during the conference.
The Intelligence Transfer Centre is hosting the 5th Annual Outbreak Control and Prevention Africa Conference. The two day conference will enable participants to network with key role players in the industry, and to analyse disaster risk management and preparedness plans, and look surveillance and clinical treatment of infectious diseases in hospitals and confined spaces. Speakers will also examine the role of medical and health innovation to prevent and treat deadly infectious diseases.