9th International Public Health Conference (Hybrid)

Date: 17-18 November 2023
Venue: Bangladesh Medical Research Council Auditorium, BMRC Bhaban, Mohakhali, Dhaka

9th International Public Health Conference (Hybrid): Addressing Challenges and Responses in the Post-COVID Era

We are excited to announce the International Public Health Conference (Hybrid), focusing on the theme “Public Health Challenges and Response in the Post-COVID Era.” This conference serves as a platform for experts, researchers, practitioners, and policymakers to come together and deliberate on the multifaceted aspects of public health in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The International Public Health Conference (Hybrid): Addressing Challenges and Responses in the Post-COVID Era is a dynamic and crucial event organized by the Public Health Foundation, Bangladesh in collaboration with its esteemed partners. The conference is scheduled to take place on November 17-18, 2023 at the prestigious Bangladesh Medical Research Council Auditorium, located in Mohakhali, Dhaka.

In the wake of the global COVID-19 pandemic, the field of public health has encountered unprecedented challenges and opportunities. This conference aims to bring together a diverse array of experts, scholars, practitioners, researchers, and policymakers to delve into the multifaceted dimensions of public health in the post-COVID era. The event provides a platform for participants to share insights, exchange knowledge, and collaborate on strategies to address the evolving health landscape.

 

Key Highlights:

 

Theme: “Public Health Challenges and Response in the Post-COVID Era”

Sub-themes: The conference encompasses a range of critical sub-themes;

        • • Universal Health Coverage & Health System
        • • NCDs and post-COVID Complications
        • • Mental Health and well-being
        • • Communicable/Infectious Diseases
        • • Public Health Nutrition
        • • Maternal & Child Health
          • Environmental Health, Climate Change, and Planetary Health
        • • Medical Education, Ethics & Health Law
          • Dental Public Health
        • • The Role of Public Health Literacy in the Post-COVID Era.

 

Why Attend?

 

• Cutting-edge Discussions: Engage in insightful discussions that address the most pressing challenges and opportunities in public health in the post-COVID era.
• Knowledge Exchange: Learn from renowned experts and researchers about the latest developments, research findings, and innovative solutions in the field.
• Networking: Connect with a diverse community of professionals, forging meaningful collaborations and partnerships.
• Abstract Presentation: Showcase your research through oral presentations or poster sessions, contributing to the collective understanding of public health
issues.
• Publication Opportunities: Selected abstracts will be published in the conference edition of the prestigious South East Asia Journal of Public Health (SEAJPH), the official journal of the Public Health Foundation of Bangladesh (PHFBD).

 

Organizer and Collaborators:

 

The conference is organized by the Public Health Foundation, Bangladesh, a pioneering institution committed to advancing public health knowledge, practice, and policies in the region. The event is brought to fruition with the invaluable collaboration of our esteemed partners, who share our vision of promoting health and well-being in the post-COVID era. The Public Health Foundation, Bangladesh is collaborating with USAID, IFRC, Public Health Literacy, TMSS, Probha Aurora, and faith Bangladesh to jointly organize and execute this conference.
faith, Bangladesh is the official conference registration partner of the Public Health Foundation, Bangladesh.

As we collectively navigate the complex challenges and opportunities that lie ahead, we invite you to join us at the International Conference on Public Health. Together, we can shape the future of public health, ensuring a healthier and more resilient world for all. Register now and be part of this transformative event.

 

Abstract Submission Instructions: Participants are invited to submit their abstracts adhering to the following guidelines:

1. Abstract Length: The abstract, from Objectives to Conclusion, must not exceed 300 words.
2. Format:

o Title: Bold type, no abbreviations.
o Author’s Name: Begin on a new line two spaces below the title, in italics, omitting degrees, titles, and numbers.
o Institution Name: Begin on a new line below Authors, in italics.
o Email Address: Include on the next line.
o Text: Arrange under the following sub-headings:

▪ Objective: State the main objective/research question/hypothesis of the study.

▪ Design and Methods: Briefly describe the study design, population, sampling, procedures, and measurements.

▪ Results: Present main results with variability (e.g., SD) and precision of comparisons (e.g., 95% CIs), where appropriate.

▪ Conclusions: Limit to conclusions directly supported by the results. Be clear about “take home” messages.

▪ Text Limit: The word limit of the Text of the abstract: is 250 to 300 words.

o Keywords: Select relevant keywords.

o Presenter Details: Include title, name, designation, affiliated institute, email address, and contact number.

o Sub-theme & Presentation Type: Mention the sub-theme and presentation type (oral/poster) in the subject line of your submission email

o Last Date of Submission: The last date for abstract submission is 30 September 2023.

 

3. Where to submit:

Please email abstracts files (word or pdf) to Public Health Foundation, Bangladesh (phfbd)

Email: phfbdconference@gmail.com

 

4. Review and Publication:

Selected abstracts will be published in the conference edition of SEAJPH, the official journal of PHFBD. Potential full papers will be considered for publication in future editions of SEAJPH. The abstract review committee reserves the right to accept or reject abstracts.

 

Who can Attend?

 

The International Conference on Public Health welcomes a diverse range of participants who are engaged or interested in the field of public health and its various dimensions, particularly in the context of the post-COVID era. This includes, but is not limited to:

1. Researchers and Scholars: Academics, researchers, and scholars from various disciplines related to public health, epidemiology, medicine, social sciences, environmental sciences, and more.

2. Public Health Professionals: Public health practitioners, professionals working in healthcare settings, policymakers, and administrators involved in public health programs and initiatives.

3. Students: Undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate students pursuing degrees in public health, medicine, nursing, social work, and related fields.

4. Healthcare Providers: Medical doctors, nurses, allied health professionals, and clinicians interested in the latest developments and research in public health.

5. Government and NGO Representatives: Representatives from government health departments, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and international health organizations involved in public health efforts.

6. Health Educators: Professionals engaged in health education, health communication, and health promotion.

7. Researchers: Researchers and academics focused on specific sub-themes of the conference, such as mental health, infectious diseases, maternal and child health, environmental health, and more.

8. Policy Makers: Policymakers at local, regional, and national levels seeking insights into evidence-based strategies for addressing public health challenges.

9. Industry Representatives: Representatives from industries related to healthcare, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, and technology interested in public health trends and developments.

10. Community Leaders: Community leaders, activists, and advocates who are involved in public health awareness campaigns and community health initiatives.

11. International Participants: Participants from around the world interested in global public health challenges and solutions.

The conference is designed to foster interdisciplinary discussions, networking, and knowledge sharing among participants from various backgrounds. Whether you are a seasoned professional, an emerging researcher, a dedicated student, or anyone with a keen interest in public health, This conference provides an inclusive and enriching platform to engage in meaningful dialogue and contribute to advancing the field.

 

Registration Categories and Fees:

 

• Early Bird (Till October 10, 2023)

o Bangladeshi Public Health Professional (On-site and Online): 2,000.00 BDT

o Bangladeshi Public Health Student (On-site and Online): 1,000.00 BDT

o International Public Health Professional(On-site): 120.00 USD

o International Public Health Professional(Online): 100.00 USD

o International Public Health Student(On-site and Online): 50.00 USD

o Institutional/Bangladesh (Online): 4,000.00 BDT

o Institutional/International (Online): 150.00 USD

• Regular (Till October 30, 2023)

o Bangladeshi Public Health Professional(On-site): 3000.00 BDT

o Bangladeshi Public Health Professional(Online): 2,500.00 BDT

o Bangladeshi Public Health Student(On-site and Online): 1,200.00 BDT

o International Public Health Professional(On-site): 150.00 USD

o International Public Health Professional(Online): 120.00 USD

o International Public Health Student(On-site and Online): 60.00 USD

o Institutional/Bangladesh (Online): 5,000.00 BDT

o Institutional/International (Online): 200.00 USD

 

For inquiries, please contact: Mr. Mohasin Kabir Bhuyan

Assistant Program Coordinator

Cell: +8801924695016

Email: phfbdconference@gmail.com

 

We look forward to your active participation in this important conference as we collectively navigate the evolving landscape of public health in the post-COVID era. Join us on-site and online for insightful discussions and knowledge sharing. Register now to secure your spot and submit your abstracts for consideration.

The “Register Now” button will take you to faith Bangladesh’s website.
faith Bangladesh is the Official Conference Registration Partner of the Public Health Foundation, Bangladesh.