International Digital Public Health Conference series

The International Digital Public Health Conference series is a world leading annual interdisciplinary event on research and innovation in digital health. The event fosters interdisciplinary research and innovation driven by real-world needs, aiming to improve public health through the application of novel technology at the personal, community and global levels. Unique in bringing together audiences from Public Health, Computer & Data Science, MedTech industry and NGOs, DPH enables cross-fertilization of research and innovation in digital public health, offering knowledge exchange and networking opportunities. In 2018, DPH successfully gained Agency for Public Health Education Accreditation (APHEA) Continuing Training and Educational Event (CTEE) accreditation for DPH (worth 20 CPD points for Public Health professionals).

Conference organisers

Located within London’s Global University – University College London, the UCL IRDR Centre for Digital Public Health in Emergencies ‘dPHE’ brings together academic and non-academic partners to improve global public health through use of digital technologies and data systems. The dPHE leads on collaborative research projects, offers CPD short courses and taught Masters programmes, hosts events and facilitates networking across sectors.

Past events