WHAT IS HESDIA?
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
The International Conference Health, Environment and Sustainable Development: Interdisciplinary Approach/ HESDIA 2020 is an international scientific conference dedicated to scientific research and innovation of public health, biomedical sciences and social work. The conference focuses on the latest innovations found in underlying fundamental scientific principles to medicine and technology developments, scientific evaluation, and clinical and applied application.
The content of the HESDIA 2020 is multidisciplinary. The programme is complemented by three topics:
- Studies, Technologies and Sustainable development.
- Evidence-Based Practice.
- Models of Innovative and Best Practices in Learning and Teaching.
The conference aim is to deliver stimulating content and lively debate around the latest advancements and discoveries in the public health, biomedicine and social sciences.
WHAT TO EXPECT AT HESDIA ?
HESDIA 2020 is one of the best opportunities for everyone from leading nurses, social workers, public health specialists, dental technologists, occupational therapists, physical therapists and other health care specialists to come together to find out more about how science and good practice help us advance today.
HESDIA 2020 will be organized on-line creating opportunity to take part for those who are unable to travel due to recent restrictions.
HESDIA 2020 will:
- stimulate and provoke debate about public health, environment and sustainable development;
- promote dialogue on the role of science, practice and technology in health care and social work policy;
- show case for the evidence based practice and methods;
- interrogate the interplay between science and society and inspire public debate on science-related societal change.
HESDIA 2020 will be an opportunity to discuss the socio-cultural and economic implications and impacts of science from regional, national and European perspectives. This international perspective is particularly significant since, in the face of global challenges in the public health sector, science and evidence-based practice is increasingly considered an international collaborative endeavor.