GPH 2023 : 8th International Conference on Global Public Health 2023
Call For Papers
The 8th International Conference on Global Public Health 2023 (GPH2023)
"METHODOLOGIES & TOOLS TO MITIGATE IN POST-PANDEMIC SITUATIONS"
9-10 October 2023-IN|PERSON CONFERENCE
Global Public Health 2023 is a global forum where public health professionals, researchers, policymakers, academics, students, practitioners, NGO people come together to strengthen efforts to improve the quality of public health delivery and to share the latest research to promote best practices.
GPH2023 is the best platform to present, Listen & learn the latest research findings from six continents. Join the post conference complimentary study tour to learn how public health works in Malaysia. Submit your abstract/Profile to join GPH2023.
GPH2023 accepts the following types of submissions:
-Abstracts, Research Papers, Student Papers, Case Studies, Review article
-Work-in-Progress Reports or Proposals for Future Research: Incomplete research or ideas for future research in order to initiate discussion.
-NGO projects ongoing or completed, case studies on success stories
-Reports on Issues Related to the conference topics: Reports related to innovative techniques or research
-Video or any digital contents related to the conference themes
Proposals are accepted as long as presenter time is available or by 15 September, 2023 at latest. All submissions will be reviewed and acceptance or rejections is based on many factors. Notification on acceptance will be forwarded within 5 days after the submissions.
Emerging Infectious Diseases (EIDs)
Climate Change Issues & Global Public Health
Mental health issues in Post Covid-19
Epidemiology and Public Health
Global Health Crisis & Covid-19
Sexual and Reproductive Health Practices
Mass Immigration & Public Health Challenges & issues
Health Informatics, Data Science, MedTech industry
Occupational Safety & Environment
Education & Community based Health Practices
Aging Issues and Long-term Care
Women’s Health Issues and Challenges
Social Determinants of Health
Health Care Management