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[PAHO/WHO Equity list & Knowledge network] - Announcements and Call for Abstracts

[PAHO/WHO Equity list & Knowledge network]

Announcements and Call for Abstracts

 

I.                    European Forum for Primary Care

Upcoming conference of the European Forum for Primary Care and its’ call for abstracts:

EFPC Fifth Bi-annual conference “Twinning Population Health and Primary Care”; University Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain; September  1/2, 2014

Call for abstracts on-line now for Research abstracts, Policy Debate abstracts and Practice Multimedia abstracts.

Forum Coordinator: European Forum for Primary Care (EFPC)

e-mail: d.aarendonk@euprimarycare.org

Web-site: http://www.euprimarycare.org/

 

 

II.                  Second International School on Research Impact Assessment

Building on the success of Barcelona 2013... The second International School on Research Impact Assessment will be held in Banff, Alberta, Canada, September 7 – 11, 2014 Registration is NOW OPEN!

Please visit the ISRIA website to register: www.theinternationalschoolonria.com

 

 

III.                APPS Special Issue- May 2015 (Document attached)

CALL FOR PAPERS - HEALTH POLICY CHALLENGES OF A REGION IN TRANSITION

Guest Editors: Professor Tikki Pang & Professor Kelley Lee

Professor Tikki Pang (Pangestu), Visiting Professor,

Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy,

National University of Singapore,

Email: spptep@nus.edu.sg

 

"The Asia-Pacific is a highly dynamic region where more than half of the world’s population lives. The region also bears the greatest burden of disease, both communicable and non-communicable, and is recognized as a major source of emerging diseases. It is also a very diverse region with countries in various stages of development ranging from low-income countries such as Cambodia and Papua New Guinea, to middle-income giants like Indonesia and China, to economic powerhouses like Korea and Japan. Health needs, and health policy challenges to deal with them, are consequently diverse and dynamic. Within this context of transition, there are unprecedented opportunities for innovative thinking, knowledge translation and collective action on heath policy. The special issue aims to capture the health policy challenges of a region in transition."

 

 

For additional information or contributions please contact Mrs. Eliane P. Santos, Advisor, Library and Information Networks, Knowledge Management, Bioethics and Research (KBR)

Pan American Health Organization, Regional office of the World Health Organization - pereirae@paho.org

 

Pan American Health Organization, Regional Office of the World Health Organization

Department of Knowledge Management, Bioethics and Research (KBR)

Office of the Assistant Director

http://www.paho.org

 

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Fecha de publicación: 23/04/2014