Asian and Pacific Conference on Prison Health (APCPH), Manila, Philippines 13-15th November 2019 The APCPH is a Prison Health Conference organised by the ICRC. It brings together senior management staff from the medical services of the ministry/department responsible for prisons health, senior management staff from the ministry/department responsible for prisons, officials from the ministry/department of health, academics and public health scientists from Asia and the Pacific as well as representatives from international organisations and international expert speakers.
This second European Conference on Health Care in Prison will be counting on with the support of the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction. The 2019 conference aims to bring together and reflect on daily practice, scientific theory and evidence in order to reach the so needed answers to the daily challenges of prisoners and healthcare professionals.
The World Health Organisation Regional Office for Europe, together with the Government of Finland and the Public Health England will organise the 6th Prison Health Conference which aims to promote international cooperation and provide a space for exchange of food practices in improving prison health and healthcare systems on the WHO European Region. Information regarding the programme and the registration process are still to be announced.
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