IAAH Congress on Adolescent Health

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The International Association for Adolescent Health
11th World Congress on Adolescent Health

Investing in Adolescent Health – the Future is Now

27-29 October, 2017 | New Delhi, India

Dear Subscribers,

Just reminding you that on 27-29 October 2017 the International Association for Adolescent Health (IAAH) together with the Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI) and MAMTA Health Institute for Mother and Child is hosting the 11th World Congress on Adolescent Health, “Investing in Adolescent Health – the Future is Now” in New Delhi, India.

This is sure to be a terrific event, with international and national participants (researchers, clinicians, policy makers, program managers and young people), all of whom are seeking to learn more about cutting-edge research as well as to share ideas and experiences about policies and programmes for adolescent health, wellbeing and development.

Further information about the Congress can be found here.

Key dates:

  • Abstracts due 12 April 2017 [submit your abstracts here]
  • Early bird registration ends 31 May 2017 [register here]

Key programme highlights:

  • Lancet standing commission on adolescent health & wellbeing (that’s us! 🙂 )
  • Mental health and adolescents
  • Young adolescents (10-14 years)
  • Interactive/social media and adolescent health

On another note, the LancetYouth would like to take this opportunity to congratulate Professor Susan Sawyer (one of our Commission leads) as the new President of the International Association for Adolescent Health (IAAH). Susan, this is a really significant time for adolescent health organisations and we have no doubt that your passion and dedication to adolescent health will mean you will be fabulous in this role. From all of as at the LancetYouth we wish you the very best in this important role.

“This generation of adolescent and young people can transform all of our futures; there is no more pressing task in global health than ensuring they have the resources to do so.”

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