CONFERENCES & WORKSHOPS
The International Medical Geography Symposium is the leading international meeting of health and medical geographers. Every two years, the symposium welcomes health geographers and others interested in applying a spatial approach to their research to share findings and form new ideas about the progress of this exciting sub-discipline...
The workshop will cover the following topics, with an emphasis on Public Policies analysis and evaluation: Social Health Inequalities, Health services utilization, Insurance, Health services delivery and organization, Econometric methodology...
Faced with a challenging economic environment, many countries have adapted new labour, health and welfare public policies. Their effects on individuals’ well-being and on social inequalities are still not well understood. Successful policy conception and implementation require detailed knowledge of the connections between labour markets and health...
In most developed countries, the fight against cancer has become a public health priority. Given the life expectancy gains of cancer survivors during the last three decades, the quality of life including the ability to work has become a major feature of public policy...
The programme will consist of 16 papers covering the following topics, with an emphasis on how results can help public decision or evaluate public policies (Health inequalities, Health services utilization, Insurance, Health services research, Econometric methodology)...
The program will consist of around 16 papers covering the following topics, with an emphasis on how results can help public decision or evaluate public policies (Health inequalities, Health services utilization, Insurance, Health services research, Econometric methodology)...
NRGHI is a long-running conference, supported by the RGS/IBG Geography of Health Research Group, that has visited Universities all over the UK and holds great international appeal. Paris was successful in its bid to organise the forthcoming 15th ENRGHI conference in June 10-11, 2010...
The objective of EHPG meetings is that we can all learn about experience of other (primarily) European countries and from perspectives of other disciplines. One objective of the meetings is to foster opportunities for collaboration between authors from different countries and different disciplines...
The concept of Social capital has a fairly long and interdisciplinary history. A convenient definition can be found in the World Bank papers: "Social capital refers to the institutions, relationships, and norms that shape the quality and quantity of a society's social interactions...
December 2nd, 2016