Upcoming Events

In order to widen the scientific research themes and strengthen international and national relationships of young researchers and students with other Faculty of Public Health among Southeast Asian countries, Hue University of Medicine and Pharmacy will host The Second Scientific Conference of Young Researchers in April 2018.

The theme of the 9th ICPH-GMS (2017), Yangon is “Adopting Healthy Lifestyle: Combating Non-communicable Diseases (NCDs)”. NCDs are the leading causes of death in the GMS countries at present and they create enormous health burden with serious socioeconomic implications.

Updating the 5th AHLA International Health Literacy Conference, 12th - 14th November 2017, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


This kick-off meeting is organised to start officially the four year transdisciplinary research project Scaling-up nutrition-sensitive agricultural initiatives in mountainous areas in Vietnam and Lao PDR  a collaboration of...

Viện Nghiên cứu Sức khỏe Cộng đồng xin thông báo đến quý cơ quan về việc đăng ký nộp đề cương nghiên cứu năm 2017 như sau...

Recent works

“Hue Healthy Adolescent Cohort Study: Promotion of healthy vision and prevention of non-communicable diseases”
Institute for Community Health Research, Hue University of Medicine and Pharmacy in collaboration with Tokyo Medical...
People recovering from a first episode of schizophrenia in Hue and Da Nang
A study of their functioning in family, work and community life, and the factors that influence it.
“Why medical research needs ethical approval” – Professor Tran Tinh Hien
The program attracted the attention and participation of lecturers from the Faculty of Public Health and more than 40...
Nghiệm thu đề tài do Viện NCSKCĐ hỗ trợ
Trong ngày 17/06 và 27/06, Viện Nghiên cứu Sức khỏe Cộng đồng tổ chức nghiệm thu các đề tài nghiên cứu khoa học do Viện...
A cross-sectional study was conducted on 247 workers at Binh De construction stone manufacturing cooperative and Tuy...


The Institute for Community Health Research - Hue University of Medicine and Pharmacy participates in the conference of "Evidence for Better Lives" in Cambridge, United Kingdom

Within the framework of the project "Evidence for Better Life", the Institute of Criminology - University of Cambridge - UK organized the workshop "Evidence for Better Lives" at the University of Cambridge - United Kingdom from 7 - 9/8/2017

Science cafe in June: "Secrets to conquer English"

Within the framework of the Science Cafe program which organized periodically by the Institute for Community Health Research of Hue University of Medicine and Pharmacy (ICHR-Hue UMP) and OUCRU - Oxford University Clinical Research Unit, with the support of the Wellcome Trust, the June’s Science Cafe with the topic "Secrets to conquer English" took place successfully.

ICHR welcomed Professor from Cambridge university to visit and work for discussing the collaboration activities in the future.

From 21-24 February 2017, ICHR welcomed Prof. Manuel P. Eisner to discuss possible collaboration with ICHR. Prof Eisner is the Director of the Violence Research Centre, Institute of Criminology, University of Cambridge, England.

ICHR and the 2nd ASEAN Conference on Health Impact Assessment

The conference attracted nearly 300 delegates, including experts, scientists and managers from ASEAN countries. Training workshops on Health Impact Assessment for Energy, Dengue Hemorrhagic fever, and Primary Health Care or the approach of GMS countries in training and educating on Health Impact Assessment all received interests from participants. 

Scaling-up Nutrition-Sensitive Agriculture (NSA) in Lao PDR and Vietnam

During the next four years, the team will conduct a transdisciplinary research aimed at generating evidence on the effectiveness of, and best way to scale-up, NSA amongst ethnic minorities in mountainous areas

Understanding the harmful effects of violence in childhood

ICHR researchers aim to make a difference in children’s lives by studying violence and ways to prevent it. Violence has many forms: physical, emotional and sexual abuse, neglect, severe bullying (online and face-to-face) and exposure of children to conflict between adults at home are the most common.

Introduce some research/project of Institute for Community Health Research (updating...)

We would like to introduce some projects/researches of our institute