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ASPHER YOUNG RESEARCHERS' FORUM

The 2021 ASPHER Young Researchers’ Forum (YRF) took place online on Friday, October 8th as part of the 30th Anniversary of the Krakow School of Public Health – Jagiellonian University Medical College. It is the first edition of the YRF to be offered via an ASPHER member event. We would like to sustain this format of the YRF as a regular offer to ASPHER members – strengthening ASPHER’s presence in its member locations and within their local agendas.

This new format for the YRF provides added value for all actors involved. The Forum has always represented a unique opportunity for young researchers to present their work to a select audience of peers and key representatives of the European public health community. Extending the opportunity for Members to host YRF sessions allows them to internationalize their key events by calling for submissions across the ASPHER network. Supplementary YRF sessions permit ASPHER and its wider membership to energize the next generation agenda. Presenters are provided the chance to learn about the local context of the host schools, with relevant networking and extra impact opportunities.

12th annual YOUNG RESEARCHERS' FORUM - Marseille 
Wednesday 20 November 2019

ASPHER would like to congratulate the winners of the 12th annual Young Researchers’ Forum (YRF) organised by ASPHER and University College London (UCL) Digital Public Health PhD Track day in partnership with EUPHA.

The winning oral presentation went to Vasileios Nittas (University of Zurich) for his work on “Electronic patient-generated health data to facilitate disease prevention: current use and user-preferences.” 

The winning poster presentation was awarded to Jonathan Roux (University of Rennes) for his poster on “Reconstruction of inter-hospital chains of transmission of Carbapenemase-Producing Enterobacteriaceae in France using Bayesian framework.” 

The 12th annual Young Researchers’ Forum (YRF) was held on Wednesday 20 November. The YRF event for 2019 merged the YRF day traditionally organised by ASPHER in partnership with EUPHA with the University College London (UCL) Digital Public Health PhD Track day. It was a full day event. In addition to poster and oral presentations, it featured demonstrations of digital technologies from selected young researchers. 

 

The British Red Cross and Medicin Sans Frontiers hosted a Missing Maps Workshop and there were guest lectures by Emma Honkala, Consultant, WHO; Stefan Buttigieg, Specialist Trainee in Public Health Medicine; and ASPHER Andreja Stampar Medalist, Gaetano Maria Fara, Emeritus Professor, Sapienza University of Rome and Director of the International School of Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine at the Ettore Majorana Foundation and Centre for Scientific Culture in Erice.

For the full YRF programme see: 

https://www.acm-digitalhealth.org/daily-agenda/young-researchers-forum/

 

 

          


 

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