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International Public Health Conference - 2019

25, 26 November 2019

Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences, Kochi, India

Gender, Public Health and Clinical Care: Evidence-Informed Practice

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The organising committee is pleased to announce  that a pre conference CME has been scheduled on the 24th of November 2019 from 9am-4pm . The CME is on "Research Made Easy" .The preconference CME is free for all the registered AMRITACON 2019 participants. Hurry! Avail this opportunity and reserve your seats by sending a  mail to

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Important Dates
  • 1 May, 2019: Abstract submissions and Registrations begin.

  • 30 August, 2019: Deadline for abstract submission.

  • 1 September, 2019: Deadline for Early-Bird Registration.

  • 10 November, 2019: Deadline for Late Registration.

  • 30 October, 2019: Abstract acceptance notification.

  • 25, 26 November, 2019: Second Amrita International Public Health Conference.

It is with immense pleasure that we present before you the second Amrita International Public Health Conference. The theme this year is “Gender, Public Health and Clinical Care: evidence-informed practice”. The conference is scheduled on 25 and 26 November 2019 at Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences, Kochi.

Clinical medicine strives to give the best care to the individual patient whereas public health is about the greater good for the greater number. Bridging this requires stronger Health Systems which in turn needs technology assessment for evidence-informed decision making. Though women form an important part of the health workforce, they lag behind in access and utilization of health care. The gender underpinnings of health cannot be overemphasized in this context.

Hospital based care alone cannot mitigate the health problems of the new millennium. The good practices and experience from clinical care should be cemented with promotive and preventive care at the community level. The Sustainable Development Goals 2030 are a landmark that all countries are striving to achieve. Strengthening health systems, health technology assessment and gender mainstreaming can help to achieve SDG 2030.

The conference will discuss these and more. We welcome you all to join this network of people who can make the world a better place to live in.

Call for Papers – AMRITACON 2019

The 2nd AMRITA International Public Health Conference 2019 (AMRITACON 2019) in collaboration with Harvard Global Health Institute invites public health professionals,  academicians, clinicians, health care specialists, health economists, researchers, scientists, health workers, social workers, dental faculty, nursing faculty, students  and other related professionals to submit their abstracts for the conference. 

The domains for paper and poster presentations this year are listed below. Please note that papers under any domain are encouraged to reflect on the impact of gender within that domain.

  • Health Technology Assessment

  • Gender in Health & Disease

  • Health system research

  • Reproductive, Adolescent and Child Health

  • Non Communicable diseases

  • Communicable diseases

  • Neglected Tropical diseases

  • Geriatrics

  • Public Health Policy and ethics

  • Oral Health

  • Nutrition

  • Mental Health

  • Urban Health


Best Paper Award: We are also inviting full paper presentations for the award category on the above mentioned themes.  Registrations and abstract submissions will begin in May 2019. The last date for online submission of abstracts is 20 September 2019.

International Public Health Conference - 2019


Meet The Speakers


Mr. Denny John

Evidence Synthesis Specialist, Campbell South Asia, New Delhi.​​

Prof. Dawn Craig

Deputy Director, NIHR Innovation Observatory, Newcastle University, UK

Dr. Piyush Gupta

Professor of Pediatrics, University College of Medical Sciences, Delhi

Dr. Sita Ratna Devi

 CEO and Co-founder of DakshamA Health and Education, India

Prof. Louis Niessen

Professor, International Health, Johns Hopkins - Bloomberg School of Public Health

Dr. Sudarshan H

Hon. Secretary, Karuna Trust & Vivekananda Girijana Kalyana Kendra, Bengaluru

Dr. Sarthak Das

Senior Advisor, Research Translation & Global Health Policy, Harvard Global Health Institute

Dr. Alka Ganesh

Chairperson, General Medicine & Section Head, Geriatric Services, GKNM Hospital

Dr. Megan Murray

Professor, Global Health and Social Medicine, Harvard Medical School

Boston, Massachusetts

@2018 by AIMS, Kochi.