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European Public Health WEEK

16-20 May 2022

Health throughout the life course

 

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  HW96 - Safeguarding alcohol policies to implement SAFER

Date / theme:Thursday 19 May - No health without mental health
Time:16h00 until 17h30 (GMT+02:00) Copenhagen (organisers' local time)
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Event type:  Webinar
Event format:Online only
Description:The aim of this webinar is to support decision-makers to protect effective alcohol regulations by raising awareness of conflict of interest, summarizing the current evidence on interference from the alcohol industry in public health policy as well as discuss best practices. The webinar will be at 10:00 Eastern Time (Canada & USA) / 16:00 Central European Time.
Hosting country:  Denmark and USA
Specific location(s):https://who.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_wk7CRGJySlGycgj3Ff_9EQ
Language(s):English
Reach:Global
Organisers:Pan American Health Organization, WHO European Office for the Prevention and Control of NCDs, Vital Strategies
For registration and further information please contact the event organisers directly:
Website:https://www.paho.org/en/events/safeguarding-public-health-managing-conflict-interest-and-interference-alcohol-policy
Contact email:morozovd@who.int
Contact info:Dmitri Morozov, WHO European Office for the Prevention and Control of NCDs

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