Registration open - Society for Social Medicine & Population Health Meeting
Early Bird rate available until 21 July
We are pleased to announce that registration is now open for the Society for Social Medicine & Population Health 67th Annual Scientific Meeting.
Fuse, the Centre for Translational Research in Public Health, alongside our partners at the NIHR Applied Research Collaboration (ARC) North East and North Cumbria, are proud hosts of this year’s conference, which will be held at Newcastle University main campus, 6-8 September 2023.
The event will include a range of keynote speakers, expert panellists, themed parallel sessions, plenaries and workshops.
You have until 21 July to take advantage of our discounted early bird rates, to book your tickets follow the below link.
Day rates are available and concessions for colleagues in Local Government Policy and Practice and Third Sector Organisations.
The programme for the SSM Annual Scientific Meeting is now live on the website.
The three-day academic and professional conference will be a mix of high quality, peer-reviewed oral presentations, posters and workshops and ample opportunity for networking.
What will the conference offer?
Social medicine is the study of health in its widest sense. It covers a range of subjects including epidemiology, the medical and health needs of society, health services, and the prevention of disease. This conference spans all research that addresses important issues in population health sciences and includes qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods approaches.
Everyone interested in population health sciences can come together to share information and network in a rigorous yet friendly atmosphere.
Who should attend?
Attendees span a wide range of disciplines including public health, epidemiology, social sciences, economics, psychology, health services research, disease prevention, policy and political science.
In recent years, SSM meetings have seen over 300 participants from across the world and the 2022 conference saw over 200 participants travel to Exeter. Participants ranged from students to senior academics, from policy makers to the wider public health community.
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