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EOSIG Pre-Congress Session
 

 

 Click here to view the final programme for this pre-congress session!

 This pre-congress workshop will be led by the Economics of Obesity Special Interest Group (EOSIG) and will provide a platform for economists to collaborate, network and share experiences with obesity research.  Our aim is to support PhD students and early-career researchers with providing an opportunity to present, and receive feedback on their obesity research; alongside sharing different country experiences and understanding what lessons can be learned by sharing methods and findings.  There will also be a session devoted to discussing methodological challenges common within obesity research. 

The workshop will provide an opportunity for all members of the EOSIG to meet face-to-face with plenty of opportunity for informal interaction and networking. It will also provide other members of iHEA an opportunity to learn more about the EOSIG – all participants welcome!

The workshop will take place on Sunday 14th July 2019 and will be a full-day event. 

If you have already registered for the Congress but did not register for this session and would like to attend, please register online here (session will appear FULL when space runs out).

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