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Health and population scientists' summit from Thursday

2021 Jun 30, 21:43, Kathmandu
This image shows the signboard of Nepal Health Research Council office in Kathmandu in October 2017. Photo courtesy: Abdul Tarique

The Nepal Health Research Council is going to organise a two-day summit of the health and population scientists in the capital from coming Thursday.

Information on the summit was shared by the Council in a press conference here on Wednesday. During the conference, Council’s member secretary Dr Pradeep Gyawali shared that the 7th edition of the summit aims to convene health and population experts in a single platform and deliberate on the need for researches on the realm of public health.

Researchers, both national and international, will present 90 working papers on the various dimensions of health and population, informed Dr Gyawali, among them 47 will be unique presentations, 19 poster presentations and 24 invited ones.

Action papers and research papers related to maternal health, newborns health, children and elderly citizen health, communicable diseases, nutrition, mental health, narcotic drug abuse, environmental health and biomedical among other topics will be presented and discussed among the scientist.

The summit will present papers relating to COVID-19, public health crisis, non-communicable disease and health system-related policy among others.

Nine best paper presenters will be awarded during the two-day event, said Council’s Prof Dr Gehanath Baral.

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