Starting tomorrow, April 10th, to Friday, April 11th, the Korean Public Health Association (KPHA) will be hosting the 5th Asia-Pacific Conference on Public Health in Seoul, Korea at the Seoul Olympic Parktel.
The Seoul Olympic Parktel is a beautiful, historical venue that was originally built to host the 1988 Olympics. This venue has it all. While offering Korean delicacies, it features a convention hall to host this international conference, along with an outdoor performance stage. Not to mention it allows for recreational activities as well, such as a sauna, fitness center, and indoor golf driving range.
Within this historical site, during the next two days, the KPHA is inviting all to join them in this year’s conference with the theme, “Health Asia – Multidisciplinary Approaches to Emerging Challenges.” It is estimated that there will be about 1,000 delegates from around the Asia Pacific region taking this opportunity to meet, interact, and network with leading professionals from the government, non-government organization, industry, and academic sectors of the region. Among these intelligent scientists, industry figures, policymakers, and citizens they hope to spark discussions on the emerging public health challenges being faced in the Asia Pacific region. This year the conference will be focusing on addressing regional public health issues ranging from non-communicable diseases to environmental pollution.
The KPHA has been promoting public health through science, participation, and policy development since 1957 and is now the leading organization on public health in Korea.
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