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CPHA 2015 Call for abstracts

CPHAlogo-enThe Canadian Public Health Association's (CPHA) annual conference entitled "Public Health 2015," will take place in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, on 25-28 May 2015. The Call for Abstracts is now open until 18 November 2014. CPHA is accepting submissions for abstracts to be presented at Public Health 2015. You may submit a maximum of two abstracts as Presenting Author. If you wish to submit two abstracts, please contact the CPHA Conference Department.

Last Updated on Thursday, 06 November 2014 16:15

Health Systems Strengthening: Improving Governance and Ensuring Equity


5-day intensive certificate course
Ottawa, Canada
November 5-9 2014

The Centre for Global Health (University of Ottawa), and the Swiss Tropical and Public health Institute of Basel are combining forces and faculty to offer a timely and dynamic, problem-based learning experience in a one week certificate course after the 20th Canadian Conference on Global Health November 2-4 2014.  Select this link for more information on the certificate.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 August 2014 08:31

Bringing health care to indigenous communities in the Orinoco and Amazon

Vaupés and Vichada are characterized by having the largest indigenous population in Colombia. The Ministry of Health and Social Protection of Colombia was keen to start work in these communities to improve their access to health services.

Last Updated on Monday, 21 July 2014 12:28

"Experiences, Lessons Learned and Perspectives"

3rd year progress report

Experiences, Lessons Learned, and Perspectives takes place this week in Bogota, Colombia, from September 17-19. This meeting is part of the third year of implementation of the four-year PAHO/Canada project Improved Health and Increased Protection from Communicable Diseases (IHIPCD) for women, children and excluded populations in vulnerable situations in Latin America and the Caribbean. This project includes 11 countries: Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Guyana, Honduras, Nicaragua, Paraguay, Peru, and Dominican Republic.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 August 2014 08:32

Road Safety Facts in the Region of the Americas, 2013

Road traffic injuries caused an estimated 149,992 deaths in the Region of the Americas in 2010. The average death rate for the Region from road traffic injuries was 16.1 per 100,000 population. Among subregions, the average road traffic deaths ranges from 10.9 to 22.1 per 100,000 population.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 18 September 2013 15:54
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