Abstract submissions now open!
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The overarching theme of the congress is planetary health, focusing on the health of ‘human civilisations and the national systems on which they depend’ and reflecting the interconnectedness of human health and climate change in a rapidly changing environment.
Our ultimate aim to accelerate the understanding, appreciation and connections between tropical medicine, global health and the urgent field of planetary health.
Planetary Health and Health Systems, including: Environmental health and exposome; Climate change and health; One health; Syndemics; Urban health; Migrant health; Prevention, diagnoses, treatment and care; Public health, community health, primary care, inpatient care; Universal health coverage and health equity; Health policy; Surgical care;
Infectious Diseases and Neglected Tropical Diseases, including: Pandemics and zoonoses; Malaria; Tuberculosis; NTD-20 list including Buruli ulcer, chagas disease, dengue and chikungunya, leishmaniasis, schistosomiasis;
Non-Communicable Diseases, including: Chronic diseases; Cardiovascular diseases; Diabetes;
Cancer; Chronic respiratory diseases; Auto-immune diseases; Neurological disorder and dementia;
Mental Health, including: Common mental disorders (anxiety, depression); Conflict, refugees, trauma/PTSD; Youth mental health; Perinatal mental health; LGBTQIA+, gender and mental health; Climate change and mental health; Syndemics (HIV, NCDs, etc); Other disorders (bipolar, schizophrenia, substance abuse, etc.); Poverty and mental health;
Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights, including: Maternal and antenatal, perinatal, postpartum and newborn care; Adolescent pregnancy; Contraception; Infertility; Sexual transmitted infections, including HIV and other reproductive morbidities; Abortion and post abortion care; Reproductive cancers; Sexual and reproductive health and rights and HIV linkages; Gender equality and rights; Gender-based violence;
Child and Adolescent Health, including: Childhood cancer; Child maltreatment; Children: improving survival and well-being; Infant and young child nutrition; Mortality among children aged 5-14 years; Violence against children and young people; Adolescent and young adult health;
Adolescent mental health; Surgical care.
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Deadline for abstract submissions: Sunday 30 April 2023