The Young Investigator Travellers Award (YITA) provides funding to promising investigators to encourage and promote quality research in public health. The grants provides economic flight ticket, accommodation and registration fee waived to the awardee. There will be five (5) YITA offered for the APACPH 2015 Conference in Bandung. The awardees will be selected by an appointed panel. The applicant must be a faculty of APACPH members’ institutions and submission of abstracts has been accepted for oral presentation at the time of grant application.
The 2015 YITA application cycle had been closed on September 7, 2015
. Successful candidate will be notified by September 31, 2015
and results will be posted on the conference website (http://apacph2015.fkm.ui.ac.id/
Thank you to all applicants for The Young Investigator Travellers Award (YITA).
* Awardees would need to purchase their own air ticket and pay for registration fee in advanced. The Secretariat will reimburse the full amount during the conference. Accommodation will be arranged by the Secretariat.
Congratulations for APACPH YITA 2015 Winners
- Aina Farhana Zulkipli – University of Malaya (Prevalence of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) use among the newly diagnosed breast cancer patients in an urban setting in Malaysia- An early report from the MyBCC study)
- Duong Van Tuyen – Taipei Medical University (Health‐related television viewing and health training moderate the decline of health literacy with age in women)
- Doan Thi Thuy Duong – Hanoi School of Public Health (Culture and The Low Utilization of Safe Motherhood Services Among Raglai Ethnic Minority People in Vietnam)
- Sabina Wagle – Mahidol University (Financial protection for elderly in Nepal: Is it enough for achieving healthy ageing?)
- Dr. Undugodage Chithramali Hasanthika Rodrigo – University of Colombo (PREPAREDNESS FOR BIRTH AND RELATED EMERGENCIES AMONG PREGNANT WOMEN ATTENDING ANTENATAL CLINICS AT A MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH AREA (MOH), SRI LANKA)