World Non-Communicable Diseases Congress 2023 has extended their abstract submission deadline to Feb 21, 2023
You are invited to attend the World NCD Congress 2023 in Toronto from June 25 to 30. The Congress will advance the knowledge, skills, perspectives, and networks of researchers, students, clinicians, policy makers, health care managers, advocates and funders for the prevention and treatment of non-communicable diseases (CVD, cancer, respiratory disease, mental health, neurodegenerative conditions, diabetes, kidney disease, nutritional and metabolic conditions, etc.) and their determinants (the environment, income, health care access, tobacco use, physical activity, diets, genetics, social connections, etc.). The Congress theme of Sustainable and Equitable Health for all features internationally renown plenary speakers, concurrent sessions, and symposia. One of the six sub-themes focuses on the impact of and preparing for climate change and environmental degradation on NCDs.
Abstracts submission has been extended to Feb 21, 2023.
Conference details, including how to register and submit abstracts can be found here.
The National Collaborating Centres for Public Health (NCCPH) Knowledge Translation (KT) Graduate Students Awards recognize the work of graduate students for KT in public health in Canada
Three prizes of $1500 will be awarded during the Canadian Public Health Association annual Public Health conference. Awardees are expected to use the funding to support their registration and virtual attendance at Public Health 2023 (June 20-22, 2023).
Award winners will present their knowledge translation research projects to an audience of public health networks in Canada, during the conference or via webinar (date and format to be confirmed). The deadline for applications is April 7th, 2023.
For more information or to apply for the NCCPH KT awards, click here.