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LATEST ANNOUCEMENT (updated 23 July 2012)

Updates on full paper submission:

1.       The full paper submission has closed at 2359 on 22 July 2012 Malaysian time (GMT+8).

2.       We are not accepting any more full paper submissions.

3.       The submitted full papers will undergo a vetting process.

4.       There is no guarantee of acceptance for all papers and only the best 40 papers will be accepted.

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The 1st Asia Pacific Clinical Epidemiology and Evidence Based Medicine Conference (APCEEBM), to be held in Kuala Lumpur, welcome persons who are interested in the field of Clinical Epidemiology and Evidence Based Medicine.

The conference aims to cater for all health care practitioners who are interested in clinical research, clinical epidemiology, cost-effective evidence-based intervention, and evidence-based clinical practice including Physicians, Surgeons, Dentists, Pharmacists, Nurses, Epidemiologists, Therapists, Public Health Specialists and Clinical Researchers. The conference expects a wide variety of health care professionals with different levels of experiences and expectations, from novices who wish to find out more about clinical epidemiology and evidence-based medicine to field Clinical Epidemiologists and Evidence Based Medicine Practitioners.

Speakers from Cochrane Review Network of Australia and India, Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia will share their knowledge and experience through keynote address, plenary sessions, symposiums and forum discussion in the field of clinical epidemiology and evidence based medicine practice. Through participants’ oral and poster presentations, the conference provides a platform for latest information dissemination and discussion in the various areas of clinical epidemiology and evidence based medicine research.


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