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World Congress on Public Health

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Burnet Institute researchers have key roles to play at the 15th World Congress on Public Health at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre from April 3-7.

The 2017 Congress includes a series of World Leadership Dialogues including ‘HIV, hepatitis C and hepatitis B elimination by 2030 – the importance of equity of access to achieve these ambitious targets’, to be chaired by Professor Margaret Hellard.

Dr Suman Majumdar will address the question ‘Can we end the global Tuberculosis epidemic by 2030?’ in his World Leadership Dialogue, while Associate Professor Freya Fowkes will chair ‘Towards Malaria Elimination in the Asia-Pacific – Challenges and Opportunities’.

Contributors to Associate Professor Fowkes’ dialogue include Professor James Beeson and Dr Jack Richards.

The World Congress on Public Health (WCPH) is held every 2-4 years by the World Federation of Public Health Associations (WFPHA) and attracts between 2,000-4,000 delegates.

The Congress serves as an international forum for the exchange of knowledge and experiences on key public health issues, contributing towards protecting and promoting public health at a national and global level.

Find out more at the World Congress on Public Health official website.

Date & Time

Monday, 3 April, 2017 – Friday, 7 April, 2017

Venue

Melbourne Exhibition and Convention Centre,
1 Convention Centre Place,
South Wharf, Victoria. 3006

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Contact Details

For more information about this event, please contact:

Angus Morgan

Senior Public Affairs Officer

Telephone

+61385062404

Email

angus.morgan@burnet.edu.au