The Prime Meetings takes the pleasure to invite you to the Global Meet on Public Health and Healthcare Management (GMPHHM2023) will be held Toronto, Canada during May 22-24, 2023.
GMPHHM2023, is an annual meeting organized with the intend of being a platform for Public Health and Healthcare Management experts, Researchers, academicians as well as industrial experts from all over the world to present their research results and development activities in Public Health and Healthcare Management.
The meeting brings together World Class participants and young researchers looking for opportunities for exchanges that cross the traditional discipline boundaries and allows them to resolve multidisciplinary challenging problems that only a venue of this nature can offer. Through this event you will be able to share recent advancements and research in the broad areas of Public Health and Healthcare Management.
I look forward to welcoming you all to the Global Meet on Public Health and Healthcare Management | GMPHHM2023 during May 22-24, 2023 at Toronto, Canada.
Dr. Thomas J. Webster
Conference Chair | GMPHHM2023
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Toronto, city, capital of the province of Ontario, southeastern Canada. It is the most populous city in Canada, a multicultural city, and the country’s financial and commercial centre. Its location on the northwestern shore of Lake Ontario, which forms part of the border between Canada and the United States, and its access to Atlantic shipping via the St. Lawrence Seaway and to major U.S. industrial centres via the Great Lakes have enabled Toronto to become an important international trading centre. Moreover, the city is positioned on the edge of some of the best farmland in Canada, with a climate favourable to growing a wide range of crops, thereby making Toronto a transportation, distribution, and manufacturing centre. Most importantly, its central location, along with a host of political policies favouring international trade, places this city with the greatest economic ties to, and influence from, the United States. Since the second half of the 20th century the city has grown phenomenally, from a rather sedate provincial town—“Toronto the Good”—to a lively, thriving, cosmopolitan metropolitan area.