HARNESSING THE POTENTIALS OF HEALTH INFORMATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL BIG DATA FOR MANAGEMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH IN NIGERIA

a.k.a HEALTH INFORMATION MANAGEMENT AND ENVIRONMENTAL BIG DATA FOR PUBLIC HEALTH

Dr Mohammad Mahmood AbubakarSpecial Guest Speaker

Honourable Minister, Federal Ministry of Environment, Abuja

Dr Mohammad Mahmood AbubakarSpecial Guest Speaker

Honourable Minister, Federal Ministry of Environment, Abuja

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6th National Conference on Environment and Health Sub-themes for Presentations

The 6th NCEH intends to highlight this situation and its gravity with the hope of provoking the relevant stakeholders onto an appropriate action plan for redress. Discussion will be along the following main sub-themes:

  1. Health Metrics: Uses and Abuses
  2. Health Management Information (HMI): Reliability, Availability and Patronage by relevant Stakeholders
  3. Environmental-Health indicators
  4. GIS, Artificial Intelligence, and Big Data Science in Environmental Health
  5. Social Health Insurance and Healthcare financing in Nigeria
  6. Environmental Health Education and Training in Nigeria
  7. Regulations, Standards, and Enforcements
  8. Multi-sectoral Collaborations and Funding
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6th National Conference on Environment and Health Sub-themes for Presentations

Call for Papers

The 6th National Conference on Environment and Health will feature oral and poster Presentations, as well as Exhibition of products and services.

Abstracts are to be uploaded on-line at the Conference Website (http://conferences.lsfnigeria.org) in the prescribed format. Abstracts should not be longer than 350 words and should comprise of a Title, Authors and their Affiliations, and E-mail for the Corresponding Author. The Abstract should clearly indicate the methodology, main results, and conclusions of the study or review to be presented. Up to 5 keywords describing the work should also be included. Authors should indicate their preference for either Poster or Oral presentation, The Organizing Committee might however, if need be, advice contrary to authors’ indicated preference.

The top three Abstracts sent in and presented by Postgraduate/Undergraduate Students will receive special recognition and Awards.


For authors who so desire, papers presented at the Conference may be submitted for peer-review and possible publication in the Nigerian Journal for Environment and Health [ISSN: 2616-0714 (print edition); eISSN: 2616-0706 (online, open access)]

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Call for Papers

Online Participation

There will be facilities to participate in the Conference, virtually via Google Meet (including Poster and Oral presentations). Links will be sent to all registered participants

Registration Fees

(Fees cover Registration, Conference materials, Lunch, Refreshments, and Certificate of participation.)

Students (with valid ID card): N4,500 (On or before September 1); N5,500 (after September 1)
Local Delegates: N8,000 (On or before September 1); N10,000 (after September 1)
Foreign Delegates*: $100

All payments should be paid directly to the following bank account:

Account Name: LivingScience Foundation, Ile-Ife
Account Number: 2031515078
Bank: First Bank Ltd, OAU, Ile-Ife

Please indicate the Transaction Id no (for bank transfers) or Teller No at the on-line Registration Portal so that your Receipt may be prepared ahead and made ready for collection at the Registration Desk at the Conference.

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Keynote Speakers

Prof Kayode OlabanjiChief Medical Director, Ekiti State University Teaching Hospital, Ado-Ekiti
Prof Kayode OlabanjiChief Medical Director, Ekiti State University Teaching Hospital, Ado-Ekiti
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Alhaji Babagana MustaphaRegistrar, Health Records Officers Registration Board of Nigeria
Alhaji Babagana MustaphaRegistrar, Health Records Officers Registration Board of Nigeria
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Dr David AlaoAssistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, College of Medicine and Health Sciences, United Arab Emirate University, Al Ain, UAE.
Dr David AlaoAssistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, College of Medicine and Health Sciences, United Arab Emirate University, Al Ain, UAE.
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Special Guests

Dr Mohammad Mahmood AbubakarHonourable Minister, Federal Ministry of Environment, Abuja
Dr Mohammad Mahmood AbubakarHonourable Minister, Federal Ministry of Environment, Abuja
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Dr. Osagie Emmanuel EhanireHonourable Minister, Federal Ministry of Health, Abuja
Dr. Osagie Emmanuel EhanireHonourable Minister, Federal Ministry of Health, Abuja
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Rev Tony AkinyemiDirector, RAPHA Healthy Living Institute, Lagos
Rev Tony AkinyemiDirector, RAPHA Healthy Living Institute, Lagos
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Hosts

Prof Anthony E. AkinloHost

Vice Chancellor, Redeemer’s University, Ede

Prof Anthony E. AkinloHost

Vice Chancellor, Redeemer’s University, Ede

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Pastor Ezekiel A. OdeyemiChief Host

Chairman, Board of Trustees, LivingScience Foundation

Pastor Ezekiel A. OdeyemiChief Host

Chairman, Board of Trustees, LivingScience Foundation

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Lead Speakers

Dr Wole OlaomiSenior Consultant Surgeon and Head of Trauma/Accident & Emergency, National Hospital, Abuja

Local Experience with developing a Trauma Registry for Nigeria: Challenges and Way forward

Dr Wole OlaomiSenior Consultant Surgeon and Head of Trauma/Accident & Emergency, National Hospital, Abuja

Local Experience with developing a Trauma Registry for Nigeria: Challenges and Way forward

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Dr Jacob Kehinde OpeleSenior Lecturer, Department of Library and Information Science, Federal University, Oye-Ekiti

Health Information: Reliability, Availability and Patronage by relevant Stakeholders in Nigeria

Dr Jacob Kehinde OpeleSenior Lecturer, Department of Library and Information Science, Federal University, Oye-Ekiti

Health Information: Reliability, Availability and Patronage by relevant Stakeholders in Nigeria

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Dr Samuel AboyejiHead, African Regional Institute for Geospatial Information (ARIGIST), Ile-Ife.

GIS and Big Data Science in Environmental Health Management

Dr Samuel AboyejiHead, African Regional Institute for Geospatial Information (ARIGIST), Ile-Ife.

GIS and Big Data Science in Environmental Health Management

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Dr Adeniyi S. OginniExecutive Secretary, Osun Health Insurance Agency, (O-HIS), Osogbo

Prospects, Progress and Challenges in attaining Universal Health Coverage in Nigeria

Dr Adeniyi S. OginniExecutive Secretary, Osun Health Insurance Agency, (O-HIS), Osogbo

Prospects, Progress and Challenges in attaining Universal Health Coverage in Nigeria

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Dr Tope AkinwunmiPresident, Environmental Health Officers of Nigeria, (EHOAN), Osun State.

Accentuating Data-Driven Environmental Health Practice and Training in Nigeria

Dr Tope AkinwunmiPresident, Environmental Health Officers of Nigeria, (EHOAN), Osun State.

Accentuating Data-Driven Environmental Health Practice and Training in Nigeria

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Dr Azubuike Victor ChikwukaPrincipal Scientific Officer, National Environmental Standards and Regulations Enforcement Agency (NESREA)

Local Health Data as Driver of Environmental Regulations and Standards

Dr Azubuike Victor ChikwukaPrincipal Scientific Officer, National Environmental Standards and Regulations Enforcement Agency (NESREA)

Local Health Data as Driver of Environmental Regulations and Standards

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Dr Hope UwejaCountry Director, Research for Development Project of USAID

Multi-sectoral Collaborations and Funding in Public Health Management

Dr Hope UwejaCountry Director, Research for Development Project of USAID

Multi-sectoral Collaborations and Funding in Public Health Management

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Prof Joshua OjoDepartment of Physics and Engineering Physics, OAU; and President, LivingScience Foundation, Ile-Ife

Environmental-Health indicators: Uses and Abuses

Prof Joshua OjoDepartment of Physics and Engineering Physics, OAU; and President, LivingScience Foundation, Ile-Ife

Environmental-Health indicators: Uses and Abuses

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We await your Abstracts

Abstracts submission closes on Wednesday 1st September, 2021

Special Features

The Abiodun F Oluwole Prize

Essay Competition for Undergraduates (and students from other Institutions of Higher Learning)

High School Innovation Challenge (on Environment-Health)

Contacts & Other Information

Important Timelines

First Announcement to the Public/Call for Abstracts: Monday 19th July, 2021


Abstracts submissions close: Wednesday September 1, 2021


Acceptance notifications for abstracts sent to authors via e-mail: Within 4 working days of Receipt of Abstracts.


Notification of Mode of Presentation determined by the Scientific Committee (Oral/Poster): Monday September 6, 2021


Conference and Exhibition: Wednesday October 6 – Thursday October 7, 2021

Exhibition and Advertising Opportunities

If you wish to exhibit services or products related to Environment-Health at the 6th National Conference on Environment and Health, kindly contact
Dr Beatrice Emma-Okon on 08035065019
or
Dr Ropo Dairo on 08139567700.
A token administrative fees will be charged.

You may also advertise relevant services and products on the Conference Book of Abstracts for a TOKEN. The Conference does not endorse products, and may refuse to advertise certain products and services not in tandem with the Conference objectives. For such adverts, please contact Prof Joshua Ojo at +234 805 710 6482.

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