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Euronoise 2015, the 10th European Congress and Exposition on Noise Control Engineering, will be held at the heart of Europe where the first treaties leading to the creation of the European Union were signed. Acousticians and noise experts from all over the Europe will gather for the event on noise control, and soundscape in Europe, organised by the European Acoustics Association.
With plenty of opportunity for networking and debate, this informal, multi-disciplinary international meeting will bring you up to date with current research and thinking regarding Malaria infection, treatment and eradication.
The meeting focuses on collaborative research that is aimed at identifying and fostering efficient and effective approaches to cancer control through population-based screening.
Meeting topics will include:
Implementation and lessons learned from organized programs in middle-to-high-resource countries
Optimizing benefits and minimizing harms; evidence on screening effectiveness
Screening in low-resource countries and populations
Informed decision making in cancer screening
We are pleased to inform you about the 5th International Symposium on Mining and Environmental Protection The 5th International Symposium on Mining and Environmental Protection will be held on June 2015 in Vrdnik, organized by the Faculty of Mining and Geology in Belgrade - CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING.
Previous conferences, were very successful and scientist and companies from many countries gathered to exchange information and research results. The objective of this Conference is to bring together engineers, scientists and managers working in mining industry, research organizations and government organizations, on development and application of best practice in mining industry in the respect of environment protection.
The attendance of representatives from almost all Serbian mines is expected, as well as, a significant participation of professionals from mines, institutes and universities from Europe, Russia, Asia, Canada and America.
The framework of the Conference offers wide possibilities for program presentations: advertising in the Conference Proceedings, exhibitions in premises available at the Conference, presentations displayed on illustration boards or videotapes, oral presentation etc.
It is a great pleasure and an honor to extend our warm welcome and invite you to the 12th International Conference on Mercury as a Global Pollutant (ICMGP) to be held in Jeju, Republic of Korea during June 14-19, 2015.
The Minamata Convention on Mercury is finally adopted in October 2013 as a global treaty to protect human health and the environment from the adverse effects of mercury. Through this conference, with theme of 'Today's Action, Saving the Future' our wish is to enhance understanding on every aspect of mercury issues. We strongly believe that the ICMGP will once again provide opportunity to advance communications on actual mercury reduction action - where networking between academics, governments, industries and citizen is essential along with the cooperation among developed and developing countries.
Building on the success of the first two national Health Impact Assessment (HIA) meetings, this conference will convene a diverse group of individuals interested in learning more about HIA and advancing the field, especially decision-makers and program leaders from multiple sectors and at all levels of government. The areas of interest include planning, transportation, criminal justice, housing, agriculture, energy, environment, education, fiscal, economic, and labor policy. More information will be posted here as it becomes available, including details on the call for abstracts and scholarship applications.
This congress will bring together researchers, practitioners, helpline workers, programme planners, graduate students and persons concerned with suicide bereavement, from a range of disciplines around the world. This is a joint congress with the Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention (CASP) and the Québec Association for Suicide Prevention (AQPS), and is sponsored by the World Health Organization (WHO). The official languages are English and French (the official language of the Province of Québec) and there will be simultaneous translation of all plenary and a selection of parallel sessions, with a possibility of sessions in Spanish as well. The congress theme, New Discoveries and Technologies in Suicide Prevention, focuses on presenting cutting-edge research and clinical insights from the beginning of the 21st century. However, as in all IASP Congresses, a full range of topics will be covered, from the latest discoveries in biology and genetics, to culturally sensitive prevention practices and suicidology and the arts. An official call for papers, symposium and workshop proposals will be available in January 2014 on the congress website, www.iasp2015.com.
The aim of the event is to highlight the link between research and practice by gathering together a wide range of papers on health and health services research close to practice and/or policy. These will come from the full range of allied disciplines including primary care, acute medicine, public health, psychiatry, paediatrics, and ageing as well as economics, psychology, statistics, social science and ethics, clinical trial design, health informatics and implementation research.
Healthy Buildings attracts researchers and other professionals from the fields of indoor air quality, built environments, HVAC, health sciences, public health policy, urban planning, mechanical engineering, architecture, building design and management, and more.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (ODPHP) is requesting abstracts addressing the science of healthy aging for presentation at the 2015 Healthy Aging Summit, July 27-28, 2015 in Washington, DC.
Now is the time to examine the critical factors that contribute to healthy aging. Older Americans are a key part of our urban, rural and tribal communities as they have spent a lifetime contributing. Estimates of the U.S. population in 2010, revealed more than 40 million adults age 65 and older. By 2030, this figure is projected to increase to 72 million. Health care expenditures (both out-of-pocket costs and those covered by insurance) for Medicare beneficiaries over time are expected to rise for persons over 65 years of age. Encouraging healthy lifestyles, along with improving the delivery of preventive services, can help older Americans stay healthier longer and improve quality of life in later years.
Using a social determinants of health lens to focus on prevention in healthy aging. What are the upstream factors that contribute to living longer, healthier lives? This Summit seeks to highlight place-based interventions and strategies that optimize health and prevent entry into the health care system. A greater understanding of the social, environmental and emotional factors that influence health in the later years of life can improve quality of life and reduce health care costs.
The National Association for Rural Mental Health Annual Conference is the premier interdisciplinary event for rural families, community members, clinicians, researchers, administrators, and policy professional and provides great information and networking opportunities regarding all aspects of rural practice, research, and policy.
For over forty years, the National Association for Rural Mental Health conference has provided the best venue to learn from their peers and partake in the networking opportunities for those interested in improving access, availability and acceptability of mental health and substance abuse services to rural communities.
This year’s conference theme “Ahupua`a: From the Mountains to the Sea” is bringing together rural community stakeholders from practice (children and adult services, early intervention, prevention, health, juvenile justice, etc.) research sciences (prevention, intervention, treatment, integration, evaluation, etc. ) and policy (mental health, substance abuse, health, justice, law enforcement, prevention, etc.) to discuss the path ahead for rural communities in the face of the changing health/mental health environment.
The 9th European Congress on Tropical Medicine and International Health brings together some 2’000 of the most distinguished scientists and experts in the field of tropical medicine and international health. It is the premier European congress in this field.
Participants will address new solutions for the most neglected populations on the planet and especially how to apply the best science for global health challenges.
Throughout plenaries, seminars and six to eight parallel scientific sessions, the conference will reflect on global health challenges, neglected diseases, the millennium development goals and what comes after. The event will also offer a platform to reinforce and further promote public-private-partnerships and policy dialogue towards addressing global health challenges.
The congress will provide a forum for scientists, politicians, NGOs, and public and private health experts to exchange new ideas and to discuss solutions to the global health challenges of today and tomorrow.
This meeting will bring together suicide researchers studying topics ranging from neurobiology and genetics to prevention and intervention. All suicide researchers and those interested in learning about the most cutting edge evidence are invited to attend and take advantage of this excellent opportunity to network and interact. In addition to plenary sessions with preeminent suicide researchers and symposia, the meeting will include a mentoring program, poster sessions, and workshops addressing methodological issues particular to suicide research, such as assessment of suicidal behavior, strategies for research on low base rate outcomes, use of proxy measures, and maintaining the delicate balance between ethical and methodological concerns. We look forward to seeing you in New York!
to network and interact. In addition to plenary sessions with preeminent suicide researchers and symposia, the meeting will include a mentoring program, poster sessions, and workshops addressing methodological issues particular to suicide research, such as assessment of suicidal behavior, strategies for research on low base rate outcomes, use of proxy measures, and maintaining the delicate balance between ethical and methodological concerns. We look forward to seeing you in New York!
The European Public Health Conference Foundation, the European Public Health Association (EUPHA) and the Italian Society of Hygiene, Preventive Medicine and Public Health (SitI) are pleased to invite you to the 8th European Public Health Conference.
The EPH Conference aims to contribute to the improvement of public health in Europe by offering a means for exchanging information and a platform for debate to researchers, policy makers, and practitioners in the field of public health and health services research as well as public health training and education in Europe.
The aim of the conference is to provide an opportunity for Environmental Health professionals to extend skills and knowledge and explore all opportunities for collaboration of all agencies, state and local governments to continually improve the environmental health of our communities. The conference is also an opportunity to celebrate success and achievements of colleagues and programs through our awards and recognition ceremony.
The success of the conference relies on the contribution of papers. The EHA national president and NSW state president hosting the 40th annual conference together with the conference organising committee invite you to submit an abstract based on the key issues identified.
This international interdisciplinary event is an open forum for discussion of the rise in antibiotics resistance and the potential utility of various antibiotic alternatives in treating human and animal disease. Using a multi-professional and inter-specialty approach this event promises plenty of opportunity for discussion and debate set in an informal atmosphere.
The National HIV Prevention Conference allows for in-person collaboration between researchers and program personnel planning and implementing HIV prevention and care programs. The conference will bring together more than 3,000 individuals who are working to stop the domestic spread of HIV. It will provide an opportunity to continue refining, improving, and strengthening our nation’s response to HIV.