IAHPE pre-conference research workshop at QMUL, organised by the International Health and Political Economy of Health (IHPEH) Research Group | 14th September 2017, London

IHPEH pre-conference research workshop

14 September 2017 – 10:00 to 16:00

Garrod Building, Whitechapel Campus, Queen Mary, University of London



The XVIII Conference of theInternational Association of Health Policy in Europe (IAHPE) will be held on the 21st -24th of September 2017 in Thessaloniki Greece. The IAHPE conference will focus on the contemporary developments and research in European health polices within the context of capitalist crisis and capitalist economic restructuring.

The International Health Political Economy of Health (IHPEH) research workshop on the 14th September at QMULwill provide a space for researchers to practice and critique their research papers ahead of IAHPE’s conference.The workshop will allow young researchers to present their posters, practice their presentation skills, and explore through constructive thinking ways for improving their research projects. Topics that will be discussed at the workshop include among others research on the Europeanization of health systems, International Trade Agreements and their impact on health services, health governance of the refugee crisis in Europe and the role of social movements in public health advocacy. 


Attendance at this event is by invitation only. 

IHPEH Workshop Organizing Committee

Sarah Amin (s.amin@qmul.ac.uk), Arianna Rotulo (ariannarotulo@gmail.com), Dr. Jonathan Filippon (j.g.filippon@qmul.ac.uk), Dr. Elias Kondilis (e.kondilis@qmul.ac.uk)

Contact and further information

For any query regarding the event please send an email at: ihpehresearch@gmail.com

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