he 2nd World Conference on Public Health 2021 (WCPH 2021) was very successfully concluded on 26th - 27th November, 2021 in Virtual Platform under the theme ““Leaving No One Behind: A Fundamental Transformation on Global Action for the Sustainable Development Goals”. The conference was organized by The International Institute of Knowledge Management (TIIKM), Sri Lanka in collaboration with the Taylor’s University, Malaysia, Monash University, Malaysia, Emerald Publishing, Universitas Islam Bandung, Indonesia, Sri Guru Das University Of Health Science, India, Education Against Tobacco, South-East Asia, AIMST University, Cebu Institute of Medicine, Philippines and Fight Cancer Global, USA.
The conference provided an opportunity for delegates to share their valuable knowledge and experience of Public Health from various perspectives. Moreover, the conference welcomed 180+ Participants from 45+ Countries around the world.
The Opening Remarks of WCPH 2021 were made by the Conference Chair Associate Professor Dr. Roy Rillera Marzo. The Institutional Partners Speeches were delivered by Prof. Dr. Nanan Sekarwana (Universitas Islam Bandung, Indonesia), Dr. Harjot Singh (Sri Guru Ram Das University of Health Sciences, India), Dr. Prabal Bhargava (Taylors University, Malaysia), and Prof. Rajesh (AIMST University, Malaysia).
International Vaccine Institute
Director, Centre for Healthy Ageing Professor Departments of Biochemistry and Physiology
National University of Singapore,
Vice-Principal and Pro-Vice-Chancellor
(Research, Innovation & Engagement)
University of the West
IIHMR University, Jaipur
Health and Welfare Technology
Previous Director-General of the Swedish Public Health Agency
Founder & President University of the People, California,
Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention
President, American Association for Precision Medicine Founder and CEO Agility Pharmaceuticals,
Australian Institute of Digital Health
University of Hawaii at Manoa
President & Editor-in-Chief
American Journal of Translational Medicine
WCPH 2021 consisted of over 85+ Participants from 25+ Countries around the world, including Malaysia, Australia, Indonesia, Brazil, Sri Lanka, France, India, Sweden, Austria, South Korea, Norway, Kenya, Japan, Chile, Pakistan, United States, Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Iran, South Africa, United Kingdom, China, Vietnam, Saudi Arabia, and Thailand. The Conference provided an opportunity for delegates to share their valuable knowledge and experience of Public Health from various perspectives. This conference had representation from every continent and regions across the world, to share views and ideas on Public Health, network with international colleagues and made the conference a meaning the full opportunity for engagement.
WCPH 2021 comprised of Eleven (17) Technical Sessions and Two Poster Sessions. The Technical Sessions were under the below themes:
Professor Dr. Amaluddin Ahmad
Dean, Faculty of Medicine
Asia Metropolitan University
Dr. Sandeep Poddar
Senior Research Director & Executive Editor (Publications)
Lincoln University College
Dr. Titik Respati drg., MSc.PH
Public Health Department
Faculty of Medicine and Faculty of Graduate Studies
Universitas Islam Bandung
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