International Health Conference

September 20, 2007  -
September 22, 2007

9:00 am

Location:

ATHENS HILTON HOTEL
46, Vassilissis Sofias Avenue
Athens
Greece

Sponsor

London School of Economics and Political Science Royal College of Physicians

It is a great pleasure to invite you to the 1st International Health Conference organised by the Royal College of Physicians and London School of Economics, to be held in Athens, Greece on 20-22 September 2007. This 3-day event will focus on areas of clinical medicine, public health and health policy which are of particular relevance to South Eastern European countries. These countries, and the European Union as a whole, are presented with a very particular set of challenges in the domain of health care delivery. The conference will address recent medical advances in areas of high public health significance and the implications of these in local and Europe-wide health policy development. This is the first time that a meeting attempts to address this combination of themes which, though intimately linked, are rarely addressed together in an inter-professional fashion. The conference will be of interest to a variety of people, from clinicians to public health physicians, health managers, civil service and politicians. The city of Athens will provide the perfect setting for this event, offering delegates the opportunity to enjoy the many archaeological and cultural sites, visit nearby islands and experience traditional Greek hospitality. We look forward to seeing you in Athens in September 2007. Professor Ian Gilmore MD PRCP President Royal College of Physicians Professor George D Kitas MD PhD FRCP Assoc. International Director (Europe) Royal College of Physicians Professor Elias Mossialos FRCP FFPHRC Director LSE Health

Contact Information:

General Information
++ 44 20 7935 1174 ext 251
conferences@rcplondon.ac.uk

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