|Last date for Submission of Abstract and Extended abstract:||31 January 2022|
|Announcement of Selected Papers||15 February 2022|
|Last Date for Submitting final Paper and PPT||3 March 2022|
|National Seminar||10-12 March, 2022|
|For any queries email to||iipsseminar2022[at]iipsindia[dot]ac[dot]in|
In most parts of the world, the average life expectancy has increased, infant and child mortality rates have declined, and the proportion of malnourished children has decreased over the past decades. Many infectious diseases have receded, owing to improved sanitation, safe drinking water, nutrition, and vaccines. Despite undoubted health advances in many areas, poor health continues to be a constraint on developmental efforts in many developing countries, and India is no exception to this. As a result of economic and social upheaval, environmental degradation, and increasing inequities, human health suffers, particularly that of women and children.
Health has become a central concern in development, both as a contributor to, and an indicator of, sustainable development. Many of the key determinants of health and disease lie outside the direct control of the health sector such as environment, water and sanitation, education, employment, urban and rural livelihoods, and food security. Addressing the underlying determinants of health is key to ensuring sustainable development. It is also widely accepted that sustainable development and public health are intricately connected and closely interrelated. Sustainable development cannot occur in countries and regions marked by persistent socio-economic inequalities, widespread diseases and environmental degradation. This seminar explores the interlinkages between population, health and sustainable development, as well as the strategies and measures to achieve the sustainable development goals.
Individuals who are working or doing research in population, health and development sectors are invited to submit their research papers. Authors are requested to submit both: a) an abstract (300 words); and b) either an extended abstract (2-4 pages, including tables) or a completed paper. Extended abstracts must be sufficiently detailed enough to allow the organizers to judge the merits of the paper. IIPS is looking forward to the participation of population experts, social scientists, and health professionals in this virtual scientific seminar. Apart from Technical Sessions, Plenary Sessions will also be organized. We welcome your submissions using the following link: https://iipsindia.ac.in/content/iips-annual-seminar. Your submitted abstracts can be edited/modified till 31 January 2022.
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