The objectives of Club Health Montréal 2021 include:
Club Health brings together experts and stakeholders from a wide range of fields to present, meet and exchange experiences, evidence and views on the latest research, policy and practice relating to protecting and promoting health in urban nighttime settings. Previous conferences have developed and/or enhanced a powerful inter-disciplinary international network of academics and practitioners, resulting in international research and practice collaborations.
Club Health Montréal 2021 will be relevant and of interest to municipal and state policy makers, public health planners, medical and nursing practitioners, drug and alcohol service providers, criminologists, local authorities, transport sector and government agencies, representatives of the various nightlife industries and citizens and customers using or affected by the nighttime economy.
The key topics for Club Health Montréal 2021 include:
Club Health Montréal 2021 will be held at the Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec (BAnQ), Montreal; streamed live and available on demand during and after the event.
The conference will consist of plenary sessions featuring invited speakers, round table discussions, parallel sessions comprising submitted abstracts, poster presentations and more.
The official conference language is English. There will be translation in French, Spanish and Portuguese where possible.
The abstract submission period will open on Monday 12th October and close Friday 15 January 2021. People who submit an abstract will be notified about whether their abstract has been accepted by Friday 12 February 2021.