2018/07 - EUPHAnxt newsletter
EPH Conference is coming...
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Thank you to everyone whom applied and expressed interest for this year’s European Public Health Conference Fellowship Programme!
We’re very excited, and are happy to see so many of you applied. We will select the candidates soon, and inform you by email in due course.
Join the "Public Health Advocates"
Why? To connect, to learn from each other, to become more effective advocates. Because "advocacy" is a skill which can be learned, but which is rarely part of formal public health education.
Who? Early to mid-career public health professionals who define themselves as "advocates" (which can e.g. mean to be regularly in the media or to be part of a campaign or NGO). Participants are from different countries and focus on different issues (e.g. tobacco control or climate change).
What? In this group, participants can share different kind of information, experiences and questions. E.g. articles about advocacy skills, stories about effective advocacy campaigns and questions about how to get covered by the media.
How to join? Joining the email-list is without obligations and can be cancelled at any time. If you are interested, just contact email@example.com. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask. You can also follow them on Twitter
WHO is the directing and coordinating authority on international health within the United Nations system. WHO has 194 Member States and more than 7000 people working in 150 country offices, in 6 regional offices and at headquarter in Geneva. WHO offers internships globally in our country and regional offices, as well as at headquarters.
The WHO internship programme has three objectives: (a) to provide a framework for assigning students from diverse academic backgrounds to WHO programmes, where educational experience can be enhanced through practical work assignments; (b) to expose students to the work of WHO and (c) to provide WHO programmes with the assistance of students specializing in various fields. Most students are placed in health-related programmes, although placements in other area of work like for example communication, external relations, finance or human resources are also possible.
More info here.
11th EPH Conference (28 November-1 December 2018, Ljubljana)
You can benefit from early bird registration fees until 1 September. We are expecting over 1,500 delegates. Don’t miss the largest public health event in Europe and register early to benefit from the reduced rates. Register here. students and Slovenian colleagues EUR 420 (all including VAT).
Click here to register .
Flights: we advise you to book your flights early.
Accommodation: Please book your accommodation as soon as possible. You can find hotel suggestions here.
Towards Healthy Arab Societies (20-21 September 2018, Beirut)
This conference, organized by our partners, brings together the annual meeting of the Health and Society working group of the Arab-German Young Academy (AGYA) and the 5th annual conference of the Global Health Next Generation Network (GHNGN).
For more information, or to register click here.
World Health Summit (14-16 October 2018, Berlin)
Held once a year, the World Health Summit has grown into the world’s most prominent forum for addressing global health issues. It brings together key leaders from academia, politics, civil society, and the private sector to address the most pressing health-related challenges on the planet.
If you would like the opportunity to attend this conference, EUPHAnxt have partnered with the World Health Summit to secure some free tickets.
Please email us with your details, and a 300-word motivation letter as to why you would like to attend this forum. Deadline is Friday, the 21st of September.
How to join EUPHA
EUPHA is a big family and it's happy to welcome new members.
EUPHA has two sorts of membership. There is full membership, which is open for national public health associations in Europe (WHO/EURO definition of Europe). There is associate membership, open for individuals, public health institutions and associations outside the WHO/EURO region. Please find here more information on membership benefits and the application procedure.