2nd Annual Global Public Health Conference

Various Keynotes Wed 4th June 2003 (2 Day Event) Honolulu, HI Hawai`i Public Health Association

Wednesday, June 04, 2003

Los Angeles, CA 90095


The 2003 Global Public Health conference Call for Abstracts has been posted on the Hawai`i Public Health Association (HPHA) website www.hawaiipublichealth.org . Applications are now being accepted on-line until January 15, 2003.

Your submissions will help shape this conference. We therefore encourage applicants from all areas of public health to contribute abstracts. If you have questions about the topic areas or where abstracts may fit best, please contact Pratisha Budhiraja at hpha@hawaii.rr.com or Ann Davis at gphealth@hawaii.edu. You may also call and leave a message at (808) 945-1450 x130.

We would also like to welcome Nicole Robinson to the conference planning process. She will provide administrative support for the 2003 conference and other HPHA activities. Thanks to all of you who helped distribute the announcement.

a hui hou,
for Hawai`i Public Health Association and the Global Public Health 2003 conference planning committee


June 4-6, 2003
2nd Annual Global Public Health Conference
Honolulu, HI

Presented by the Hawai`i Public Health Association and the Globalization Research Center in association with local, national and international health organizations. This conference will consist of plenary speakers, contributed abstract sessions, and poster sessions.

Who should attend?
Public health workers and professionals; health policy makers, health care personnel (health educators, nurses, physicians, social workers and allied health workers), community advocates, and interested community persons.

Conference Objectives:

  • To build on the 2002 Global Public Health Conference for Hawai`i and the Pacific in supporting pubic health dialogue and collaborative action; and broader policy, infrastructure, and leadership for the Pacific public health community.

  • To offer continuing education and professional public health training and education opportunities for the Pacific.

  • To develop consensus statements that will help guide Pacific Island public health policy.

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