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Call for Abstracts: Impact of Environmental Changes on Infectious Diseases

Call for Abstracts: Impact of Environmental Changes on Infectious Diseases

23-25 March 2015, Sitges, Spain

Abstract submission deadline: 3rd October 2014

Environmental changes — the manifestations of which can include loss of biodiversity and habitat, increasing atmospheric temperature, rising sea level, and climatic instability (e.g., longer and more severe periods of drought or rainfall) — are likely to affect the prevalence of various infectious diseases by making conditions more (or less) propitious for the survival of pathogens and their vectors, and by inducing mass movement of human and animal populations.

This conference will discuss the impact of current and predicted future environmental changes on infectious disease dynamics in people, wildlife, and livestock across the globe, and what actions need to be taken.

Major themes for the conference include:

• The effects of climate changes, globalization, urbanization and habitat loss on infectious disease patterns in human and animal populations.

• Socio-demographic and economic factors influencing populations and their impact on the distribution and prevalence of infectious diseases.

• Policies and mechanisms of intervention to prevent or reduce the spread of infectious diseases related to environmental change.

• Future prospects for tackling emerging and neglected diseases.

Join us on March 23 to 25, 2015 in Sitges, Spain to discuss the latest evidence on how environmental changes are impacting the distribution and prevalence of infectious diseases

Physician Researcher, Public Health Expert, Public Health Worker, Public Servant, Scientist, Veterinary Scientist
Call for Session Proposals and Abstracts: 2015 American Occupational Health Conference
United States

Call for Session Proposals and Abstracts: 2015 American Occupational Health Conference

May 3-6, 2015 Baltimore, Maryland

The American Occupational Health Conference (AOHC) is designed for physicians who specialize in or have an interest in occupational and environmental medicine as well as non-physicians who are involved in the field. AOHC offers a variety of educational activities for participants new to OEM as well as for the experienced professional.

Concurrent Session Proposals Deadline: Aug. 3, 2014 11:59pm CT

Scientific Abstracts Deadline: Nov. 9 2014; 11:59pm CT

Resident Abstracts Deadline: Feb. 15, 2015; 11:59pm CT

Medical Resident, Physician Researcher
Call for Papers: International Symposium on Waterborne Pathogens
United States

Call for Papers: International Symposium on Waterborne Pathogens

April 13-14, 2015 Savannah, Georgia

Deadline to Submit: Wednesday, July 30, 2014

The sixth International Symposium on Waterborne Pathogens will provide a comprehensive forum for the exchange of up-to-the-minute information and cutting-edge ideas relating to the critical public health issue of water pathogens.

Abstracts are invited in the following areas.

-- Pathogen Risk Assessment

-- Detection Strategies

-- Distribution/Premise Plumbing/Pipes

-- Water Reuse/Alternative Sources

-- Treatment and Removal

-- Outbreaks/Epidemiology

-- Regulatory and Compliance Issues

-- Opportunistic and Emerging Pathogens

-- New Issues/Other

Physician Researcher, Public Health Expert, Public Health Worker, Public Servant
Call for Papers: 6th International Academic Conference on Environmental and Occupational Medicine

Call for Papers: 6th International Academic Conference on Environmental and Occupational Medicine

16-18 October 2014 Suzhou, China

Submission deadline: 30 August 2014

Environment and human health are closely related. One recent trend is the integration of environmental and occupational medicine, two of the hottest subjects in public health. Since 2002, the Journal of Environmental and Occupational Medicine (JEOM) and Shanghai Municipal Center for Disease Control and Prevention, in alliance with various institutions such as  Environmental Health Perspectives, the California Department of Public Health, and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, have successfully held five international academic conferences on environmental and occupational medicine which have been well received by both domestic and international experts and peers. A wide spectrum of participants were invited to exchange ideas on themes including “Environment, Ecology, Occupation, and Healthy Cities”, “Environment, Occupation, and Protection of Human Resources in the Rapid Development of Economy”, “Healthy Environment and Harmonious Society”, and “Environment and Health with Emphasis on Environment-related Effects of Climate Change, Urbanization, and Occupation on Public Health”. The proceedings of the third to fifth international conferences (2004, 2006, 2010) are indexed by Conference Proceedings Citation Index—Science, which has effectively boosted the journal’s and the conferences’ international impact.

We are honored to invite you to the 6th International Academic Conference on Environmental and Occupational Medicine to be held in Suzhou, China,  16-18 October 2014. The JEOM 30th Anniversary and the East China Occupational Health Congress will be held in tandem. Participants will share the latest findings in these fields including but not limited to environmental and occupational medicine, environmental protection, meteorology, agriculture, and safety supervision, and will look to future trends with the aim of building a stronger professional collaboration and eventually promoting human health.


Environment and Health Promotion: Translating Research into Action

Parallel sessions

Prevention and control for environment-related diseases

Health protection for occupational populations

Omics of environmental and occupational medicine

Environmental policies and public health


Policy and decision making on environment and health

Legislation, supervision, management, and service system construction against occupational diseases

Public health system reform and environmental health risk response

Dimensions of environmental and health data, indicators, and risk assessments

Forecasting, warning, and responding to natural disasters, extreme weather events, and resulting diseases

Impacts of natural ecosystems on human health

Health Impact of climate (types and changes) and indoor air quality

Biomonitoring: new issues and discoveries

Food and drinking water safety system: exposure and risk assessment of chemical pollutants

Health impacts of working conditions and job stress

Other multidisciplinary studies with relevance to environmental and occupational medicine


All manuscripts should be written in English or Chinese and must be submitted as a Microsoft Word document. The accepted English manuscripts will be published in the Conference proceedings (official publication), which will be indexed by CPCI-S. Please e-mail us if authors disagree with any of the above.

Manuscripts should include the following sections in this order: Title; Author name(s); Author affiliation(s); Postcode(s); E-mail(s); Tel(s); Abstract; Keywords (3-8); Introduction; Materials and Methods; Results; Discussion; Conclusions; References. Please visit to register before submitting.

If authors would like their manuscript to be considered for publication in JEOM, please visit

The work should not be published or under consideration for publication anywhere else. The authors take full and sole responsibility for their paper.

Contact Wang Xiao-yu, Wang Yuan

Tel: +86-21-61957512, 61957516
Fax: +86-21-62084529

Physician Researcher, Policy Analyst, Public Health Expert, Public Health Worker, Public Servant
Call for Papers: Air Pollution Meteorology and Human Health Symposium
United States

Call for Papers: Air Pollution Meteorology and Human Health Symposium

5 January 2015 Phoenix, Arizona.

Abstract Submission Deadline: 1 August 2014

A one-day Symposium on Air Pollution Meteorology and Human Health sponsored by the American Meteorology Society (AMS), and organized by the AMS Committee for Meteorological Aspects of Air Pollution and the AMS Board on Environment and Health will be held 5 January 2015, as part of the 95th AMS Annual Meeting in Phoenix, Arizona.  Preliminary programs, registration, hotel, and general information will be posted on the AMS Web site ( in late-September 2014.

The theme for the 2015 AMS Annual Meeting is “Fulfilling the Vision of Weather, Water, and Climate Information for Every Need, Time, and Place”. In our modern society, people, businesses, and governments increasingly depend on weather and climate information to anticipate the quality of the air that we breathe and the consequent heath effects. This information on air pollution and health effects influences decisions that range from the development of local, state, and national policies to an individual decisions regarding outdoor activities or anticipating and preparing for the impacts that these activities will have on one’s health.  Developing the necessary science and technologies to produce this information requires an integrated multi-disciplinary solution that involves a combination of atmospheric science and biomedical science / public health expertise.  The goal of this symposium is to bring together the scientists and researchers required to solve these challenging problems in a forum that encourages the exchange of information across these scientific disciplines. Papers for this symposium are solicited on research describing the development of modeling systems which contain components that address emissions, meteorology, atmospheric dispersion, exposure to contaminants, the corresponding health effects, and the linkage of any/all of these processes in an integrated system.  The symposium also encourages the submission of observational studies on air pollution meteorology and corresponding health effects that can be used to validate these modeling systems.

The submission fee will be $95 per abstract.

There is a recommended 1000-word maximum.

Abstract fees are only refundable if your abstract is rejected for presentation.

Program Chair(s)

For additional information please contact the program chairperson(s), Dr. Steve Hanna (, Dr. Paul E. Bieringer (, Dr. Mary Hayden (, and Dr. George Luber (

Public Health Expert, Public Health Worker, Public Servant, Scientist
Call for Abstracts: Innovation Arabia 8
United Arab Emirates

Call for Abstracts: Innovation Arabia 8

16-18 February 2015 Dubai 

Conference Theme

The main theme for the 8th Innovation Arabia Conference is: “Innovate, Collaborate, and Differentiate: Honouring the Past, Treasuring the Present, and Shaping the Future” 

Innovation Arabia 8 is a highly scientific refereed event where leading academics, research scholars, and industry professionals from around the world will have the opportunity to meet, network and share their experience  and research results in the fields  of business management, health and environmental, e-education, and Islamic Finance.

Innovation Arabia will be the place for thought leaders, academics, and the professional community searching to exchange ideas, discuss trends, solutions and challenges in the development of sustainable economies and societies in the Arab World through innovation.

We welcome scholars, students, and practitioners from all disciplinary backgrounds to submit papers, and posters for presentation at the conference sessions.

Important Dates

15 Oct 2014 Extended Abstract Submission

10 Nov 2014 Notification of Extended Abstract Acceptance

15 Dec 2014 Full Paper Submission

20 Dec 2014 Presenter Registration Deadline

16-18 Feb 2015 Conference Dates 

Academic, Educator, Health Services Researcher, Technologist
Call for Papers: International Conference on Environment, Health, and Media
China, Hong Kong SAR

Call for Papers: International Conference on Environment, Health, and Media

The Department of Communication Studies and the David C. Lam Institute for East-West Studies of Hong Kong Baptist University are co-organizing the International Conference on Environment, Health, and Media in Hong Kong, January 5 – 7, 2015. We welcome abstracts on any topics about (but are not limited to):

1. Environmental news reporting

2. Environmental framing and media discourse

3. Environmental advocacy campaigns

4. Food advertising and promotions among adolescents

5. Portrayal of ideal body images and skin colors

6. Food and consumer culture

7. Social construction of beauty

8. Young people’s media production on health issues

9. Public health campaigns

10. Creativity in health messages

11. Doctor-patient communication

12. Media and health education

If you are interested in joining this conference and meeting other researchers working on health, environment and communication, please send an extended abstract of no more than 800 words to<> by August 15, 2014.

Health Educator, Health Services Researcher, Journalist, Nurse Researcher, Physician Researcher, Public Health Expert, Public Health Worker, Public Servant