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An abstract should be in one paragraph with no more 350 words, describing the major aspects of the entire paper in a prescribed sequence that includes: 1) Introduction: The overall purpose of the study and the research problem(s) you investigated; 2) Objective(s): The outcomes that you aim to achieve by conducting research; 3) Method: The basic design of the study; 4) Results: Major findings or trends found as a result of your analysis; and, 5) Conclusions: a brief summary of your interpretations and conclusions.

Hội nghị Khoa học Cố đô là hoạt động thường niên của tỉnh Thừa Thiên Huế. Hội nghị là diễn đàn trao đổi, chia sẻ các kết quả nghiên cứu và kinh nghiệm quản lý ở tất cả các lĩnh vực khoa học, nhằm góp phần chuyển giao khoa học công nghệ phục vụ sản xuất và đời sống người dân tại tỉnh nhà và trên phạm vi cả nước.  

Emerging infectious diseases are, more than ever, at the center of the world’s attention. Join a diverse group of colleagues from around the world as they present new knowledge and breakthroughs about how to discover, detect, understand, prevent and respond to outbreaks of emerging disease threats.

Rescheduled Date: October 3-5th, 2021

Venue: Kaohsiung Marriott Hotel (Kaohsiung, Taiwan)

Length: 2.5 days (+1 day Pre-Event Meeting)

Program: Interest Group Seminars, Summit Programming (Workshops, Oral/Poster Presentations, Symposiums, Alternative Sessions, Plenary Speakers), Welcome Reception, Banquet, Master Classes, Cultural Tours

The Asia-Pacific Academic Consortium for Public Health will be organising the “APACPH International Webinar 2.0 on COVID-19 pandemic – Developing and Accomplishing COVID-19 Exit Strategy Plan” on the 16th June 2020 (Tuesday) at 10.00am (GMT+7)

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ICHR publication on "Environmental Health"
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ICHR publication on "Infectious and Tropical diseases"
Vietnam faces infectious diseases, tropical diseases related to the climate characteristics of the region. Research in...
ICHR publication on "Mental health and NCDs"
ICHR Institute has leading experts in these fields in the Central - Central Highlands region, participating in research...
ICHR publication on "Maternal & Child Health and Reproductive Health"
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Do's and Don'ts in evaluating modeling, indirect treatment, and observational studies

The ‘Assessing the Evidence for Health Care Decision Makers’ is an interactive questionnaire for users of evidence to assess health care research studies used in health technology assessments and/or drug formulary decisions.

‘Assessing the Evidence for Health Care Decision Makers’ provides the users of evidence with a personalized web-based database that will enable them to:

  1. Assess studies with the option to complete the assessment in multiple sessions
  2. Store and access their prior assessments
  3. Upload the health care studies assessed
  4. Edit, print and save the assessment report
  5. Access the website anytime, anywhere

‘Assessing the Evidence for Health Care Decision Makers’ assists health care professionals and/or decision makers in reviewing the evidence. It provides guidance on the effective use of the information in published and unpublished studies to determine if they are: a) relevantto the setting/decision in question and, b) credible.

The interactive questionnaire assesses the following:

1) Observational studies:

  • Prospective observational studies
  • Retrospective observational database studies

2) Health care information synthesis studies:

  • Modeling studies
  • Network meta-analysis/indirect treatment comparison studies

Questionnaires for additional types of studies such as pragmatic trials and randomized controlled trials clinical trials will be added when available.

To access the ‘Assessing the Evidence for Health Care Decision Makers’ you are required to register.