Recent Advances in Health Improvement Strategies
A special issue of Medical Sciences (ISSN 2076-3271).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 August 2018) | Viewed by 19338
2. Research Associate, Health Economics Research Centre, Oxford University, Oxford OX1 2JD, UK
3. Research Associate, CPNSS, London School of Economics, Houghton St, London WC2A 2AE, UK
Interests: health and welfare economics; health management; genetics health economics; health statistics
Interests: Social Epidemiology, Social Health, Public Health, Health Inequalities, Health Promotion, Clinical Trials, Preventive Medicine, Diabetes, Endocrinology, Nutrition, Obesity, Vision and Related Surgeries
This Special Issue will contain selected papers presented at the Oxford International Health Congress, to take place from 28 to 30 June at St Hugh’s College Oxford. Full details about the conference and the submission of abstracts can be found at: http://www.globalhealthcongress.org/submissions. Only papers to be presented at the conference, either as oral or poster presentations, will be considered for publication in this Special Issue. As part of the submission process, it is required to state in your cover letter to the journal both the title and number of your abstract presented at the Oxford International Health Congress 2018. Academics, researchers and health professionals interested in submitting an article for publication to the Issue are encouraged to submit an abstract and register to the conference.
This Special Issue will bring to the fore and highlight major current developments in health services and improvement strategies in Europe and around the world. It aims to foster the uptake of research and evidence-based innovations in all areas of science that contribute to health and wellbeing through better health services. It will further emphasise the link between research and practice by gathering together a wide range of papers related to research on health practice and policy. The contributors will come from an impressive range of allied disciplines, offering valuable insights into many different settings. Adopting thus a cross-disciplinary approach, this Special Issue will represent many strands of interest including Medicine, Primary Care, Nursing, Mental Health, Public Health, Clinical Trials as well as Health Economics, Health Management, Medical Statistics, Social Science and Health, Health Policy and Systems, Psychology and Implementation Research.
Prof. Paul Anand
Prof. Seeromanie Harding
Prof. Mark Exworthy
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