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      14th International Conference on Urban Health

      Health Equity: The New Urban Agenda and Sustainable Development Goals

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      Sep 26 – Sep 29, 2017
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      ICUH 2017 The only global conference focused on advancing the health of people living in cities worldwide.

      Cities are the main drivers of national development and present opportunities to transform a nation’s health and wellbeing, so cities must be at the forefront of tackling the global sustainable development agenda.

      Topics include coverage of the following board domain areas:

      • Urban Governance and Equity-oriented Policies
      • Understanding and Addressing Demographic, Epidemiologic and Societal Change in Cities
      • Healthy Urban Planning, Measurement and Metrics, Data and Research
      • Environmental Health and Urban Sustainability
      • Health Care in Cities – Access, Services and Quality

      Who should attend ICUH 2017: academic experts, policymakers and practitioners in:

      • Public Health
      • Population Health
      • Determinants of Health and NCD Prevention
      • Urban Planning
      • Economic Development
      • Housing
      • Transportation
      • Built and Natural Environments
      • Aging
      • Food Systems
      • Education
      • Geography
      • Health Care Delivery
      • Care Models in Clinical Medicine, including reproductive, women’s, infant and child health, mental health, infectious disease and NCDs
      • Resilience
      • Energy

      Reasons to attend ICUH 2017:

      • Identify challenges and strategies to informing implementation of the SDGs and The New Urban Agenda
      • Meet experts from across sectors and disciplines to address the broader determinants of health
      • Expand your research and practice  networks with colleagues from the global North and South
      • Share urban health challenges and solutions with policymakers and practitioners from high, middle and low income settings
      • Contribute to the evidence base for urban health policies and practice
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