Our new congresses in 2020
THE 1st SAM’S REGIONAL HEALTH CONGRESS ON NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASES
FOR AN ETHICAL AND SUSTAINABLE PATIENTCARE
19-21 September 2020
We take this opportunity to inform you of a new regional health dynamic in Greece. We are very pleased to announce our forthcoming regional event on integrative oncology which will take place in Athens with our local partners. More details will be provided shortly.
THE 2nd INTERNATIONAL HEALTH CONGRESS (IHC) ON NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASES
Comprehensive Mental Health & Well-Being
We warmly welcome you to our second International Health Congress (IHC) on non-communicable diseases, which will take place in Geneva the 27 to 29 March 2020.
This year, the theme of our congress is “Restoring balance in our life”, emphasizing on Comprehensive Mental Health and Well-being approach.
With the WHO recognizing Health as “a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity” and considering the alarming number of mental stress and issues affecting almost each and every one of us in our modern world, we, S.A.M, decided to dedicate an entire and unique congress to promote prevention and education.
We believe that mental harmony and peace is key to be restored if we really want to successfully address any health condition and that it is at the core of today’s public health major concerns.
With the participation of innovative and inspiring leaders and experts, we will emphasize on three main challenges we are facing today during our 3-day congress:
Day 1- Children well-being, trauma and mental care
Day 2- Burnout at home and work
Day 3- Mental difficulties (PTSD, ADHD, addiction, emotional abuse, anxiety, depression, suicidal behavior)
The full 3-day package aims to raise awareness and includes practical workshops and panel discussions of qualified international experts who would like to share their knowledge and their experiences.
The full program will be soon available.
Should you be an organization, a professional, a student or having a personal interest in the topic, you are welcome to attend.
The outcome of our congress is to:
• support new or existing projects that are related to our topics
• promote a holistic integrative approach of healthcare
• focus on children and adults without any medical accessibility
• raise attention of scientific, medical and professional organizations, universities, structures for inclusive perspectives
• reaffirm human rights and ethical patientcare