2nd Arab World Congress on Public Health Congress

When Apr 12, 2015 12:00 AM to
Apr 15, 2015 12:00 AM
Where Dubai
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The 2nd Arab Public Health Congress, promises to bring together leaders in public health from different Arab countries and as well as health experts across the globe to discuss achievements and success stories made in the region and how best to excel further, benchmarking other progressive nations.


"Innovative Approaches to Public Health Interventions"


Major player in excelling Arab World for World Class Health Care by paving the road through public health interventions: Health promotion, disease prevention and health safety.


Making the Arab World  healthier through public health interventions
Enhancement of public health by presenting innovative researches, exchanging public health “know how” and success stories from leaders and public health professionals from diverse backgrounds
Translating research into policy and practice

Congress Objectives:

Serves as a regional forum for exchange of best practices and challenges on key public health issues in the Arab countries

Contributes towards promoting and protecting public health as an essential element of health care at regional and national levels. 

Declaration of Dubai on Public Health in the Arab World- 2013: follow up on its implementation and challenges

The ability to draw prominent public health leaders and decision makers to frame public health practice in the context of international benchmarking tailored to the culture and feasibility in the Arab World

Presentations that range in focus from skills-building interactive sessions to broad perspectives on key public health strategies

A diverse and committed base of support from professional associations that help to review advances in the public health field

Who should attend?

The congress participants will include a diverse mix of public health professionals including:

Public health professionals, comprising but not limited to (public health experts and professors, policy makers, public health physicians and engineers, public health nurses, public health safety officers, students, researchers)
Academicians of public health institutes
Physicians in health care services: especially primary health care
Members of NGOs and Community organizations

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