It is a great pleasure and honor to invite you to the inaugural Africa Interdisciplinary Health Conference (AfIHC) to be held in Accra, Ghana from August 1st - 3rd, 2018. AfIHC is designed as a peer-reviewed forum for health-related researchers, practitioners, academics and students at all levels. It serves as a unique platform for professionals and students to showcase and discuss their innovative health-related researches. AfIHC is unique because it emphasizes the importance of interdisciplinary exchange and therefore welcomes participants from a wide range of health-related disciplines. The purpose of this conference is to create a platform for the various healthcare providers in both clinical and academic/research settings to meet and discuss their research findings to promote evidence-based practices related to the health sector in Africa.
While the conference is designed for all health-related professionals, researchers, academics, and students, other professionals and stakeholders would benefit greatly from the conference. About 500 participants and exhibitors are expected from across the globe for this inaugural conference. The theme for the inaugural conference “Addressing Africa's Health Crisis through Interdisciplinary Research and Evidence-Based Practice” was well coined to meet the current health situation in Africa.
Accra, the capital of Ghana, is an exceptional location for the conference. It has a population of about 4 million people, making it the thirteenth largest metropolitan area in Africa. It is the economic and administrative hub and serves as the anchor of the country. The conference will strive to offer great networking opportunities, providing you with the opportunity to meet and interact with the leading academics, practitioners and researchers, friends and colleagues as well as sponsors and exhibitors. Please register today!
I look forward to your participation and seeing you in Accra.
Jerry John Nutor, RN, PhD