4th International Joint Conference on Society and Health
“Global Health, Society and Development”
September 28th – 29th 2015
Venue : Mahidol Learning Center, Mahidol University Salaya, Nakornpatom, Thailand
Since its inception in 2012, the International Joint Conference on Society and Health has brought together scholars and academics from various countries in the Southeast Asian region to discuss issues that are pertinent to health, social inequity and the issue of globalization. Now in its fourth incarnation, the conference promises to be a platform from which ideas, research findings and arguments regarding scholarly works in the area of Health Social Science may be discussed.
Mahidol University is happy to be host of the conference, and the Faculty of Social Science and Humanities takes special pride in joining forces with the Faculty of Liberal Arts of De La Salle University in organizing this conference.
The logistics of the conference are:
Dates: 28th and 29th of September 2015
Time: 9am – 5pm
Venue: The Learning Center, Mahidol University Salaya Campus
The conference achieved a new level of distinction last year when it was able to attract the attention of academics and scholars from Finland, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iran, Malaysia, Myanmar, New Zealand, Thailand, The People’s Republic of China, the Philippines and the USA. This year, the conference hopes to add scholars from Vietnam, Cambodia, Lao PDR, Singapore and Indonesia to the impressive list of presenters.
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Suwit Wibulpolprasert
Vice Chair, International Health Policy Program Foundation (IHPF),
“Global Health Paradigms, Challenges and Future Directions”
1.Dr. Amlan Roy, Head of Global Demographics and Pension Research Credit-Suisse, London
"Global Demographics & Health: Focus on South East Asia“
- Prof. Sirichai Wankeaw, Director of Peace and Conflicts Study Center Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
“Global Health Means Health of the Globe?: Looking at Health Development in a Diverse and Unequal World”
- Associate Professor Dr. Rosalia Sciortino Senior Advisor, Cowater International Inc
“Global Health Inequity : Regional Perspectives”
Abstracts of research papers in 200-500 words are invited. Topics of interest for submissions include, but are not limited to:
•Global health and challenges : situations and trends
•Inequity in health
•Transnational health and International health care
•emerging infectious diseases and society
•Substance abuse/ tobacco use and society
These areas of interest takes into consideration issues-based learning and research and promises to highlight the most recent findings in the areas of study.
Abstract Submission: 15th June 2015
Notification of Acceptance: 15th July 2015
Full Paper Submission: 15th August 2015
Kindly send all inquiries to Dr. Mark Felix at mark.fel
Students/ presenters = 50 US dollars
Participants= 100 US dollars