BİLİM ZİRVESİ 2. Uluslararası Sağlık Kongresi
  2nd International Congress on Health
  Ankara
  23-25.HAZİRAN,2022
     
KATEGORİ  
Sağlık
YER   Ankara
TARİH   23-25.HAZİRAN.2022
DÜZENLEYEN KURULUŞ   -Ankara Hacı Bayram Veli Üniversitesi
-E-Journal of Law

ETKİNLİK MERKEZİ   Ankara Hacı Bayram Veli Üniversitesi
Beşevler Kampüsü
ORGANİZATÖR KURULUŞ  
ETKİNLİK WEB SAYFASI   health-congress.org/
DAVET KONAKLAMA LİNKLER İLETİŞİM
Health is a core value that everyone equally needs regardless of any discrepancies. It is a phenomenon amounting to the survival requirement of people in the eyes of medical professionals. It is, on the other hand, a necessity to maintain economic momentum for economists, or is a possession to be preserved through legal norms for lawyers, politicians, and policymakers. The current COVID-19 pandemic has shown that everyone has understood how disastrous the loss of health was and tried to compensate for this deprivation.

The 2nd International Congress on Health aims at bringing different segments of academic society together in a multidisciplinary atmosphere. In addition, in this congress, it is aimed to discuss the innovations in the field of basic, internal and surgical medical sciences in order to find solutions to the developing technology and the problems that arise during the pandemic period. Participants will be allowed to make their presentations in person and through online tools. The purpose here is to offer a solution for unfinished business, namely improving health. The theme of the Congress will be “Cumulative Effort to Improve Public Health Post-Covid-19 Process”.

Under this initiative, a wide variety of contributions will be welcomed as some will be listed below:

Post-Pandemic Preparations in the Health Sector
Domestic and International Legal Adaptations for Post-Pandemic Process
Strengthening Global Health Law to Increase Solidarity
Employment of Technological Innovations for Maintaining Sustainable Health
Advancing Vaccine Studies
Supporting and Promoting Vaccine Research
Policy Development to Improve the Situation of Healthcare Professionals
Developing Health Infrastructure for Future Health-Related Crisis

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