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2018 IAPHS Population Health Conference

a Conference

Wednesday, 10/3/2018 to 10/5/2018

Location: NASEM, Washington, DC

The 2018 IAPHS conference will feature the latest in population health science from diverse disciplines and promote exchanges about population health issues between scientists and stakeholders from policy and practice fields.

This year's conference theme is: Pushing the Boundaries of Population Health Science: Social Inequalities, Biological Processes, and Policy Implications

The 2018 Program Committee co-chairs, Allison Aiello and Bob Hummer, both of UNC-Chapel Hill, have assembled a distinguished group of 27 other population health scientists to participate in planning the conference program.

Registration for the October conference will open April 1, 2018 for members of IAPHS and May 15 for non-members. Join IAPHS for early and deeply discounted conference registrations!

2018 IAPHS Conference site

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