The 3rd annual Paris World Health Organization Simulation conference will take place from November 16-18 in Paris, France. This year, the ParisWHO theme is Environmental Health: Dare to be a force of nature!
The Paris World Health Organization Simulation (ParisWHO) is a 3-day student-led conference hosted in Paris, France by members of the Secretariat & EHESP.
Our mission is to create a platform to bring together young people interested in Public Health, Policy and/or Development, to facilitate discussion, knowledge exchange and to foster an international network of future leaders in public health and development. The ParisWHO simulation fills a gap in public health education, and calls on future leaders to become proactively engaged in global health policy.
The ParisWHO Conference is a fantastic opportunity to diversify ideas about social, political, and economical aspects of environmental health. It provides an occasion to meet and network with students and professionals interested in working on a shared mission - to discuss and develop productive resolutions relevant to health globally.
The fee of 60 euros covers select meals during the three-day period, speaker presentations from both France and abroad, an evening social event, and logistical costs such as venue and staff. We aim to recruit students and young professionals from all over the world and ultimately create a final working resolution to send to the World Health Organization in Geneva, Switzerland.
The registration closes on October 31st, 2018.
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