The Jouke van der Zee Fund
For many years, the European Public Health Association and the EPH Conference Foundation have been supporting participants from low- and middle-income countries to attend the annual EPH Conferences and build capacity as well as present at the annual EPH Conferences to showcase their research and work. In 2020, we decided to combine our efforts in contributing to the preservation and improvement of public health in the European region by creating The Jouke van der Zee Fund.
Prof Dr Jouke van der Zee was one of the founding members of EUPHA in 1992 and initiator of the first European Public Health conference. Over the years, Prof van der Zee and his institute – NIVEL – generously supported the EUPHA office and the EUPHA conference, as the EPH Conference was known at the time.
The Jouke van der Zee Fund is offering a number of registration fee waivers to the European Public Health Conference 2022. The waivers include registration fees for the main conference and Welcome Reception. Any additional fees for pre-conference registration, Conference Dinner etc. and costs of travel and accommodation are not included and should be paid directly by participants. The grant is intended for delegates that have not already paid for their registration fee and those that cannot afford to pay for it.
You may apply for a waiver if you:
- come from lower-middle and upper-middle income countries in the WHO European Region (as classified by the World Bank) and have an active function at the EPH Conference, such as an oral or poster presentation or being a speaker/panelist in a workshop or
- are active in one or more EUPHA/EPH Conference committees (e.g. International Scientific Committee)
Please note: A higher score on your abstract gives you more chance for a waiver.
If you would like to apply please, contact us at r.klarecki(at)euphaoffice.org and send us:
- Abstract number
- Country of residence
- Information on your activities in EUPHA/EPH Conference committees in 2022
- Email topic: Jouke van der Zee Fund application
Deadline: 1 July 2022