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European Public Health WEEK

17-21 May 2021

Joining forces for healthier populations

 

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  HW209 - Health Inequality Determinants in pandemic, social justice and rights (English, Greek, Spanish)

Date / theme:Friday 21 May - Leaving no one behind
Time:16h00 until 18h30 (GMT+02:00) Athens (organisers' local time)
(please check your equivalent timezone!)
Event type:  Roundtable discussion
Event format:Online only
Description:An interdisciplinary roundtable on health inequality determinants, social justice, rights and COVID-19. Experts in medicine, public health, bioethics and applied psychology come together in a discussion on: health promotion research and inequalities; perception of risk and health behaviour, framework conditions for ethical decision-making, public health and COVID-19.
Hosting country:  Greece
Specific location(s):https://zoom.us/j/97406204177?pwdVXRDRmoyN1c1T01JaE4zUmVaYXZndz09
Language(s):English and Greek
Reach:European
Organisers:• The Health Promotion Unit of the Clinic of Social and Family Medicine of the University of Crete (UCRC affiliate) • The Centre for Bioethics and The Applied Psychology Laboratory (University of Crete Research Centre for the Humanities, the Social and Education Sciences, UCRC) • EUPHA IDC - Infectious Disease Control Section
For registration and further information please contact the event organisers directly:
Website:https://keme.uoc.gr/index.php/en/
Contact email:research-support@keme.uoc.gr
Contact info:Secretary KEME
Social media:https://twitter.com/UOC_gr , https://www.facebook.com/UniversityOfCrete/

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