Announcement for international journal Public Health
Asa delegate at the XIX IEA World Congress of Epidemiologythe international journal Public Health, in association with the XIX WCE Organising Committee, the Royal Society for Public Health and Elsevier, is pleased to offer you free access to our special issue (March 2012) featuring plenary papers and workshop symposia from the conference.
This issue has been made exclusively available for all conference delegates, including those without a personal or institutional subscription to the Journal, until the 29th June 2012. For details on how to access this special issue of Public Health if you do not have a personal or institutional subscription please contact Dawn Hunter at XIXWEC@rsph.org.uk
If you already have a personal or institutional subscription please access the special issue of the journal directly at:
Access to this special edition of Public Health is also possible via ScienceDirect at http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/00333506
Please note that all content is protected by copyright. Access to the website is for individual use only and login details should not be distributed to anyone other than conference delegates. The copyright owner, the Royal Society for Public Health, will permit you to print or download content from the site for your own personal, non-commercial, informational or scholarly use, provided that you keep intact all copyright and other proprietary notices.’
Welcome from Raj Bhopal,
Chairman, Executive Committee of the Congress
Scotland will be your host for the world’s international epidemiology and public health ‘party’ in 2011. It is my privilege to invite you to join us. Please come to the International Epidemiological Association’s showcase, triennial event.
The Congress theme is reflected in the title: “Changing populations, changing diseases: Epidemiology for Tomorrow’s World.” Within this future-orientated theme we will discuss the full span of research across the many disciplines contributing to our science and practice.
The Congress partners who are hosting the conference include the four academic departments leading epidemiology and public health in Scotland (in the Universities of Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh and Glasgow) and NHS Health Scotland. Congress committees-see below- are poised to deliver to you a memorable, low-cost (subsidised) academic and social programme in one of the most spectacular cities in the world.
I look forward to welcoming you personally at the Congress.
Raj Bhopal CBE, DSc (hon), MD, MPH
Chairman: Executive Committee of the Congress
Bruce and John Usher Professor of Public Health
We would be extremely grateful if you could assist us in publicising the conference. Please click on the documents shown to download a Poster or PowerPoint slide.
If you wish, please display them in a prominent place in your work place where it can be viewed by people who would find this conference of interest. We would also like to encourage you to use the PowerPoint slide during any presentations you may be giving over the coming year. We thank you in advance for helping us to promote this important conference.
|Chairs of Organising Committees||Conference Organisers|
Social & VIP Committee
|Professor Raj Bhopal
Sir Richard Peto
Professor Cairns Smith
Professor Jim McEwen
Dr Alison McCallum
and David Pattison
Professor Gary Macfarlane
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