16th World Congrerss on Public Health, 12-16 October, 2020

15 July, 2020

16TH WORLD CONGRESS ON PUBLIC HEALTH

12 - 16 OCTOBER 2020

ONLINE CONGRESS https://wcph2020.com/

WCPH2020 GOES VIRTUAL

The 16th World Congress on Public Health (WCPH2020) goes virtual. We are ready for the challenge: over 3,000 abstracts from 100 countries accepted, special congress track on COVID-19. Daily sessions from 7 am - 9 pm Central EEuropean Time with sessions dedicated to specific time zones. Live plenary sessions, live World Leadership Dialogues, live workshops, network lounges, chat boxes, Join the Networks, exhibition areas. Read more.

REGISTRATION

Register now for the WCPH2020. Registration rates for the virtual WCPH2020 have been substantially reduced. More than 3,000 colleagues from over 100 countries have already registered. Don’t miss the chance to join the global community in public health. Benefit from early registration fees until 5 August. Member fees are -190, non-members -240. 0. Special reduced fees for students -130 and delegates frrom LMIC -150. Register here. https://wcph2020.com/20220-registration-15

PUBLIC HEALTH FOR THE FUTURE OF HUMANITY:

ANALYSIS, ADVOCACY AND ACTION

The theme of the virtual WCPH 2020 remains Public Health for the Future of Humanity: Analysis, Advocacy, and Action, reflecting our firm commitment that we, in the global public health community, have an obligation to respond to the current coronacrisis and other emerging global challenges. As the world confronts the coronavirus, the sharing of science - especially the latest public health science - becomes ever more importtant, and the virtual WCPH 2020 is the event to do it. A dedicated COVID-19 track will be featured, covering the latest on the efficacy of policy measures, impact on health systems, etc. In our eight plenary sessions we will further explore the challenges posed by the corona pandemic and other threats. Read more.

PLENARY SPEAKERS UPDATE

We are excited to announce the following speakers:

§ Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director General World Health Organization

§ Roberto Speranza, Minister of Health, Italy

§ Iveta Nagyova, President EUPHA

§ Katherine Trebeck, Advocacy and Influencing Lead, Wellbeing Economy Alliance

§ Kasia Czabanowska, Past-President ASPHER

§ Roopa Dhatt, Executive Director Women in Global Health

§ Josep Figueras, Director European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies

DEDICATED COVID-19 PROGRAMME

When WCPH2020 actually takes place in October it is more relevant than ever. As the world confronts the coronavirus, the sharing of knowledge becomes ever more important, and the WCPH is the place to do it. WCPH2020 offers a special track with workshops and oral presentations on the Covid-19 pandemic. The dedicated programme covers the latest on corona control policies, the efficacy of control measures, the impact on health systems and community services and the lessons to be learned from it. Read more about the Covid-19 programme here.

PRE-CONFERENCES AT WCPH2020

We are excited to announce an interesting programme of pre-conferences at WCPH2020 held on Monday 12 October. You can now register for pre-conferences or add them to your registration. Read more about the pre-conference here

§ Privacy by default, security by design. Effects of GDPR on public health research

§ Working with Indigenous People in Public Health Settings

§ Contagion 2.0! A tabletop outbreak management simulation

§ It’s about the future of decent work. A global perspective on social protections and refocusing on worker well-being.

§ Migration, ethnicity, race and the COVID-19 pandemic: key perspectives on a global crisis

§ Helping people to help themselves to better health- From theory to practice.

§ #LeadChange: A Digital Leadership Workshop for Public Health Professionals

§ Toward Universal Health and ODS in Latin America

WCPH2020 ORGANISATION

The virtual 16th World Congress on Public Health is organized by the World Federation of Public Health Associations (WFPHA) in collaboration with the European Public Health Association (EUPHA) and the Italian Society of Hygiene, Preventive Medicine and Public Health (SItI) with technical and administrative support from Triumph s.r.l, Italy.