July 2018

PhD Symposium 2018

Location: Liverpool, United Kingdom

Improving and understanding health

4 July 2018, with pre-conference workshops 3 July

Now in its 4th year, this free to attend conference brings together PhD students from around the world who are undertaking research that aims to improve or understand health, behaviour or health care.

Registration is open now to any postgraduate researchers in UK, European and international institutions. Places are limited, so please register early to avoid disappointment. 

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11th Forum of Neuroscience

Location: Berlin, Germany

The 11th FENS Forum of Neuroscience (FENS 2018), will take place in Berlin, Germany from 7-11 July, 2018. 

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CADCA’s 17th Annual Mid-Year Training

Location: Orlando, United States

CADCA’s 17th Annual Mid-Year Training logo

Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America (CADCA) will host their 17th Annual mid-year training event on July 15th-19 2019 in Orlando, Florida.

The training event will feature youth leadership sessions for those under 20 years old in addition to training covering policy and advocacy, evaluation and research and cross sector collaboration. The event will be attended by public health professionals, researchers, people in recovery and those in law enforcement. 

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2018 European African HIV/AIDS & Hepatitis C Community Summit

Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands

picture of bubbles in liquid with an rust coloured hue

The 2018 European African HIV/AIDS & Hepatitis C Community Summit will take place in Amsterdam from 21-22nd July 2018.

Coordinated by the European African Treatment Advocates Network (ETAN) the event aims to work towards improved connection with immigrants in Europe to treat and prevent HIV and Hepatitis C. 

ETAN is a Europe-wide initiative that aims to enhance the quality of migrant communities in Europe and in particular Africans living with or at risk of HIV, viral hepatitis, TB and other chronic conditions.

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