Abstract submission re-open!
WCE 2021 is excited to announce that an opportunity to submit your abstract is available!Read more
Never has there been a more important time to celebrate epidemiology, share our work and bring together all of those interested in epidemiology internationally. The Congress was already coming together with a wonderful response to the call for abstracts (over 1100), outstanding speakers and an excellent selection of workshops. We acknowledge all of the support from all of those assisting in organisation, sponsoring, expressing interest, submitting abstracts and otherwise involved.
The congress website will be updated soon and for more details click here for Frequently Asked Questions. We hope you will support us in working together to make this Congress successful and inclusive and join us to celebrate epidemiology.
Held every three years the World Congress of Epidemiology will come to Australia in 2021. The International Epidemiology Association and the Australasian Epidemiology Association invite you to attend the premier conference on epidemiology that will focus on Methodological Innovations in Epidemiology which reflects the innovative progress in Epidemiology and Public Health.
We cordially welcome all researchers, students and epidemiology professionals to take part in this upcoming epidemiology congress to witness invaluable scientific discussions and contribute to the future innovations in the field of Epidemiology and Public Health. WCE 2020 will focus on the latest and exciting innovations in all areas of Epidemiology which offers a unique opportunity for all epidemiology professionals across the globe to meet, network, and perceive new scientific innovations.
The four days conference includes workshops, symposiums, special keynote sessions conducted by eminent and renowned speakers who excel in the field of Epidemiology which include: Methodological innovations, Addressing public health problems throughout the world using epidemiology, Big data, data science and linked data, Precision prevention and screening, Causal thinking in epidemiology, New advances in study designs, Innovations in data collection and measurement, such as wearable technologies, New technology and methodology for participant recruitment and retention, Evidence based medicine/clinical practice, Evidence informed health policy, Epidemics and other global health emergencies, Social epidemiology and inequities, Genetic and molecular epidemiology, Climate change, Patient and public involvement in epidemiology studies.