About the conference
The morbidity, mortality or disease burden, at global level, has transited, mostly from communicable to non-communicable diseases. The major contributing factors to such changes are improvements in our education, economy, and especially the medical science and technology. However, the emergence and resurgence of communicable diseases are still the major concerns in the contemporary risk society or liquid society.
In fact, a look into the history of communicable diseases makes it clear that at different times such diseases have shattered the human lives. The emergences of SARS, MERS, Ebola, chikungunya, avian flu, swine flu, Zika and Corona (COVID-19), have challenged our quality of education, science and technology we developed and the way of life we are leading.
Call for papers
- Social Sciences Perspectives and Theories on Health and Illness
- Education, Health, Stigma, Demography
- Modernization, Post-modernization and Globalization
- Emergence and Resurgence of Communicable Diseases
- Communicable Diseases in India
- COVID-19 – Impacts on society, Disaster Management & Role of Media
- Political Economy and Policy Implications
- Abstract submission: up to 25th June 2020.
- Acceptance of papers: 30th June 2020
- Full paper submission: up to 1st July 2020
- Last Date for Registration: 2nd July 2020
All paper presenters, as well as participants without paper, need to register online. No registration fee for paper presenters. E-Certificates will be issued only to the registered paper presenters and participants.
Baharul Islam Laskar
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