The APRU Global Health Conference 2020 is now calling for student poster submissions.
The top 3 finalists will be selected for each of the undergraduate and graduate categories and released on October 1st.
A prize of USD 500 will be awarded for the best undergraduate and best graduate posters (one in each category). A formal announcement will take place at the virtual Global Health Conference on October 19-21.
For submission regulations and guidelines, please see here.
For FAQ, please see here.
Please email your PDF submission to Dr. Mellissa Withers at firstname.lastname@example.org by September 1st at 11:59 pm (PST).
Please contact Dr. Withers if you have any further inquiries.
The book is entitled Global Health Leadership: Case Studies From the Asia-Pacific ,and is co-edited by APRU Global Health Program leaders, Dr. Mellissa Withers of University of Southern California and Dr. Judith McCool of The University of Auckland. It covers a wide range of disciplines—from tobacco control and non-communicable diseases to maternal health services and disaster preparedness—in a variety of societal contexts. Global health experts from both inside and outside of the APRU network contributed to this book.
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