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Organiser: Hungarian Association of Public Health Training and Research Institutions (HAPHI)
Contact: Hungarian Association of Public Health Training and Research Institutions (HAPHI)
Six years after the success of the 1st V4 Public Health Conference that was initiated by the Slovak Public Health Association and held in Kosice, Slovakia, in 2013, the 4th V4 Public Health Conference will be hosted by Hungarian Association of Public Health Training and Research Institutions (HAPHI) in Debrecen, April 25-26, 2019.
The V4 countries have common history, common challenges, common public health problems and have to find common solutions together. HAPHI invites public health experts, trainers, researchers, students and policy/decision makers from the V4 countries (Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, and Poland), but also encourage international scholars, all public health specialists, medical practitioners with interest in public health services, as well as health policy makers from other countries to join them.
ASPHER’s President, Kasia Czabanowska will be amongst the keynote speakers at the V4 event, along with Zsuzsanna Jakab, Regional Director of the WHO Europe; Martin McKee, Past President of EUPHA; Dineke Zeegers, Executive Director of EUPHA; and others.
The conference is organized by the Hungarian Association of Public Health Training and Research Institutions (HAPHI) in collaboration with the Faculty of Public Health of the University of Debrecen; the Czech Society of Social Medicine and Health Care Management; the Polish Society of Public Health and the Slovak Public Health Association (SAVEZ). The conference is held under the auspices of Dr. László Papp, the Mayor of the City of Debrecen.
For more information see the V4 Public Health Conference website.