Population Medicine is an open-access double-blind peer-reviewed scientific journal that encompasses all aspects of population, preventive, and public health research including health care systems and health care delivery - Population Medicine describes actions being taken towards protecting a population’s health. Its broader goal is to address major and diverse health issues, to provide evidence-based information to professionals at all levels of the health care system, and to inform policymakers who are responsible for the formation of health policies that can lead to evidence-based actions.
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Special Issue: Supplement/2023

17th World Congress on Public Health Supplement/2023 vol. 5
(8MB file) A World in Turmoil: Opportunities to Focus on the Public’s Health In May 2023, over 3,000 public health professionals and researchers, policymakers, and students will convene in Rome, Italy, for the 17th World Congress on Public Health, a momentous event organised by the World Federation of Public Health Associations (WFPHA) in association with the Italian Society of Hygiene, Preventive Medicine and Public Health (SItI) and the Association of Schools of Public Health in the European Region (ASPHER). The WFPHA is recognized as an NGO in official relations status with the World Health Organization.

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