Public Health

The science of preserving and enhancing people's and communities' health is known as public health. Promoting healthier behaviours, studying disease and injury prevention, and identifying, preventing, and reacting to infectious diseases are all part of this job. The overall goal of public health is to protect the health of whole communities.

Handwashing and breastfeeding promotion, vaccination delivery, suicide prevention, smoking cessation, obesity education, growing healthcare accessibility, and condom distribution are all common public health programmes aimed at preventing the spread of sexually transmitted diseases. In any disease epidemic or health emergency, risk communication is a critical public health intervention. It refers to the real-time sharing of information, advice, and opinions between experts, officials, and people who are threatened with harm to make informed decisions and adopt protective behaviours.

 

  • Track 1-1 Public health perspective in the times of COVID-19
  • Track 2-2 Vaccination delivery
  • Track 3-3 Global Pandemic
  • Track 4-4 Infectious diseases

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