First Round of Abstract Submission Closes on December 15, 2023

Theme: Discover the Latest Breakthroughs and Hurdles in Public Health and Epidemiology

Public Health & Epidemiology 2024

Frigate Conferences cordially invites participants to the upcoming “International Conference on Public Health and Epidemiology” (Public Health & Epidemiology 2024) which will be taking place during the dates July 17-18, 2024 in Berlin, Germany with the Theme “Discover the Latest Breakthroughs and Hurdles in Public Health and Epidemiology”.

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Why to Attend Public Health & Epidemiology 2024 Conferences?

Public Health and Epidemiology 2024  is a leading event that brings together scientists, researchers, academics, public health experts, health professionals, healthcare providers, policy makers, vaccine experts, pharmacists, pharmaceutical industry representatives and healthcare professionals from around the world. present their activities to the world. the latest research ideas, developments and applications in all areas of public health. The IPHC conference is known for its thought-provoking and cutting-edge information, as well as unparalleled networking opportunities and a presenter-friendly environment. This scientific conference attracts more top public health scientists from around the world than any other global public health event. The three-day global summit brings together different research and case studies from around the world in simultaneous sessions and offers many opportunities for networking and collaboration. At this outstanding conference, learn about the latest trends and challenges in many areas of public health and take advantage of all that a global hybrid conference has to offer. Collaborate, innovate and help shape the future of global public health by providing global public health professionals. All possible people and enthusiasts are invited to participate in the unique platform Public Health and Epidemiology 2024, which aims to develop strong partnerships that will positively influence the process of containing current and future pandemics.

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