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About the Conference, titled:
THE REAL SITUATION IN ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH - CHALLENGES AND SOLUTIONS
Tartu Health Care College are honoured to host the 4th IFEH World Acedemic Conference on Environmental Health
"THE REAL SITUATION IN ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH - CHALLENGES AND SOLUTIONS"
from 4th to 6th May, 2021 in Tartu, Estonia - and ON-LINE due to COVID-19.
Tartu Health Care College provide a modern conditions for the conference, interesting and high-level scientific presentations related to relevant environmental health issues and exciting activities in the beautiful nature of Estonia. The conference will engage academia, researchers, policy makers, practitioners, students and local communities from all regions of the IFEH.
Situation in Environmental Health is ever-changing, especially nowadays with many new challenges such as globalization, consumerism, climate and demographic change, etc. We face new geographic scale of diseases, obesity in some areas as well as famine in others, we waste water in some countries in times of draught in others. Everyone of us in every corner of the world has different challenges and milestones. Lets put the real environmental health situation on the scale and see how we could overcome these challenges, survive and thrive in these changing times. Lets do it TOGETHER!
Conference website: www.nooruse.ee/ifeh
Facebook: : www.facebook.com/events/1244735952555912/
Objectives of the Congress
The aim of the 4rd International Federation of Environmental Health (IFEH) World Academic Conference on Environmental Health, from 4th to 6th May at Tartu Health Care College, Estonia is to bring together various stakeholders from around the world to stimulate multidisciplinary and multisectoral collaboration in environmental health.
The conference engage academia, researchers, policy makers, practitioners, students and local communities from all of the world. Through the diverse groups attending the conference, participants are able to deliberate on environmental health interventions.