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The 5th International Conference on Law Enforcement & Public Health, LEPH2019, will be held from 21-23 October 2019 in Edinburgh, Scotland under the overarching theme of Collaborative Leadership.
These international Conferences bring together police, prosecutors and other law enforcement personnel, public health researchers and practitioners working on the widest range of issues, and local government representatives; they marry the latest research with innovative and collaborative practice, at operational, managerial and policy levels. Amongst other topics, one of this year’s major themes is Law Enforcement and Public Health education, Including LEPH PhDs.
ASPHER’s incoming President, John Middleton will be delivering the EUPHA sponsored lecture on public health and law enforcement entitled, “If public health problems are multidisciplinary - why do we train for them separately?” He is keen to hear from Schools of public health in the European Region who have been active in joint training initiatives and education on these issues so he can use these as examples of good practice in his presentation. If you would like your work to be highlighted please contact John on email@example.com.
You are invited to participate in the LEPH2019 Conference by submitting an Abstract to deliver an oral or poster presentation or a Marketplace of Ideas Session Proposal to convene a panel, workshop or other interactive session.
Abstracts and proposal ideas must be submitted by 29 March 2019. Find out more about submitting here.
The Scottish Institute of Policing Research and Edinburgh Napier University are working together to plan a PhD day with half a day of presentations by PhD students from a range of disciplines, and half a day of training and workshops. If there are interested PhD students in your programme, we ask that you pass this information along to them.