Call for Papers for the 2nd Global Public Health Conference 2019 (GlobeHEAL’19)

You are invited to submit your abstract to the 2nd Global Public Health conference 2019 which is scheduled to be held from 14h – 15th of February 2019 in Colombo, Sri Lanka under the theme “Enhancing Global Health Development towards Sustainable Healthy Communities”

Global Public health is inextricably linked with Globalization, global environmental changes, economic growth and development. The Globalization of culture, trade and travel have both positive and negative impacts on health.

Today global public health issues have increased due to the services and products harmful to health and environment, travel and mass migration. For an example communicable diseases are increasingly spreading to both developed and developing countries. In this scenario the development of global public health is vital towards sustainable healthy communities.

GlobeHEAL 2019 will be a great platform to discuss all these public health issues and find out the solutions and introduce new strategies to that lead to improvements in both health and the environment while contributing to the global economy.

The conference will feature the following tracks , but not limited to

  • Emerging infectious diseases (EIDs)
  • Sexual and reproductive health practices
  • Climate Change Issues & global public health
  • Global Immigration & public health Challenges & issues
  • Health Informatics & public health
  • Occupational Safety ,Environment and public health
  • Women and Child Health
  • Healthcare epidemiology and infection
  • Education & community based health practices
  • Changing environment & the impact on public health practice
  • human resource capacity building, effective health management and efficient financing
  • Changing population and society & public health
  • Health Education ,Communication and Promotion
  • Public Health Nutrition
  • Public Health Pharmacy
  • Multidisciplinary approaches in global public health
  • Global non-communicable diseases prevention strategies
  • Global health policies and interventions
  • Social determinants of health and inequity in low-middle- income countries.
  • Global evidence on women’s health and the role of social and economic factors