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MAPHM Public Health Symposium Provisional Programme

The MAPHM Public Health Symposium is getting closer and the Symposium Organising Committee has officially published the Provisional Programme

The MAPHM Public Health Symposium is getting closer and the MAPHM Symposium Organising Committee has officially published the Provisional Programme, which you can find below:

20th October 2017 – Mater Dei Hospital

14:00-14:15 – Opening Plenary 

Dr Natasha Azzopardi Muscat – Moderator – Chair of the Symposium Organising Committee

Dr Kenneth Grech – President Malta Association of Public Health Medicine

Hon Chris Fearne – Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Health

Prof Joseph Cacciottolo – Pro Rector University of Malta

14:15-14:45 – Key Note Presentation
Trends in Health System Privatisation – Dr Ewout van Ginneken

European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies

14:45-15:45 – Plenary

Oral Presentations of highest scoring abstracts

15:45-16:15  – Coffee Break

16:15-17:15 – Parallel Sessions

TRACK 1 – Epidemiology & Infectious Diseases

TRACK 2 – Non-Communicable Diseases

 

17:15-17:30 – Active Networking Break

17:30-18:30 – Parallel Sessions

TRACK 3 – Health Services Management

TRACK 4 – Mental Health and Digital Health

18:35 – 19:00 Closing Plenary

Dr Vanessa Saliba – Consultant Public Health Medicine – Public Health England

19:00 – Closure of Symposium

19:30 – Networking Dinner

Symposium Organising Committee

Natasha Azzopardi Muscat (Chair), Tanya Mellilo Fench, Sascha Reiff, Stefan Buttigieg

Scientific Committee

Tanya Mellilo Fenech, Sandra Buttigieg, John Cachia, Julian Mamo

The Full Programme will be announced at a later date

PDF Version of this Programme available here

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