Date: 20 November 2019
Venue: Faculty of Public Health, Mahidol University (See map)


The pre-conference workshop is free of charge for all registered participants to the 51st APACPH
conference . The registration for workshop is optional and on first come basis.

1. Health Promotion Core Competency, Innovations and Health Literacy
Time: 2.00 8.00 pm
Seat limit: 60 seats

This workshop is organized by the APCPH-CC for Health promotion to deliver key messages of
conducting health promotion. Through 8 modules, all participants will expose core competency of health
promotion.

Program Planning, Implementation and Evaluation: Subtitle (TBD)
Program Planning, Implementation and Evaluation: Case Sharing (TBD)
Diversity and Inclusiveness: Who Is Left Behind in the Era of Society 5.0?
Diversity and Inclusiveness:
Case Sharing (TBD)
Partnership Building: Collaboration towards Health Literacy
Partnership Building:
Case Sharing (TBD)

2. Writing and Publishing a Public Health Research Paper
Time: 2.00 5.00 pm
Seat limit: 60 seats

This workshop is organized by the Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health (APJPH), in conjunction
with the 51st Asia Pacific Academic Consortium for Public Health (APACPH) Conference, held at the
Faculty of Public Health, Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand. This Workshop is held as a response to
meet individual and institution s needs to enhance research and acquire specific knowledge and skills to
write and publish a scientific manuscript. There will be an emphasis on the common errors made in
undertaking research and presenting it in a way that editors will accept your paper for publication. We will
provide an outline of an academic article and examples of common errors. This workshop targets public
health students, researchers and academic staff who conduct research and need to develop successful
scientific writing skills. This workshop hopes to provide participants with a comprehensive introduction to
scientific writing, boost participants ’ self confidence to initiate and sustain quality scientific writing in the
field of public health.

Professor Dr. Wah Yun Low
Editor-in-Chief, Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health
Faculty of Medicine, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Professor Dr. Colin Binns
Deputy Editor in Chief, Asia Pacific Journal of Public Health
School of Public Health, Curtin University, Perth, Australia

3. WHO CC for Health Law and bioethics workshop
(To be confirmed)