15th European Public Health Conference- Berlin
The 15th EPH Conference in Berlin will be the first EPH Conference since Marseille 2019 to take place live and in person from 9 – 12 November.
The theme of Berlin 2022 is ‘Strengthening health systems: improving population health and being prepared for the unexpected’. The conference will explore ways in which the public health community can rally around the principle of bringing about better population health. The growing health inequalities around the globe urges Europe to take on a more active role in global health. This includes taking a stand on expansive issues such as planetary health, climate change, environmental degradation, water and food security, migration, gender, and poverty.
Europe must use its knowledge and influence to balance out market forces, expand regulatory oversight and create socially responsible systems for health, especially when it comes to the distribution of vaccines and essential medicines.
A. Strengthening health systems: improving population health B. Preparing for the unexpected: lessons learned from Covid-19 C. European public health / Food and nutrition D. Chronic diseases E. Environment, climate and health F. Digital health and communication G. Health data, information and assessments H. Health determinants and health inequalities J. Health services and welfare systems K. Health promotion, health literacy, behavioural insights L. Health workforce, training and practice M. Infectious diseases, preparedness and vaccines N. Maternal, child and adolescent public health O. Mental health / Migration and minority health / LGBTQI+ P. Policy, politics and public health Q. Public health monitoring, reporting and foresight
Keep an eye out for
Plenary 1: Can people afford to pay for health care? Evidence on inequity in financial protection in Europe.
Organisers: WHO Regional Office for Europe, Thursday 10 November, 14:50 – 15:50 CET
Here is the EPH Conference Programme schedule.
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