Call for Paper – Working group meeting in Prague 2022

“From Covid with Love” – Health, Morbidity, and Mortality Working Group Seminar, Prague 2022 – Submissions

Prague, 29–30 September 2022, hybrid form

The last two years have seen the biggest epidemic to hit Europe, and the world, since the Flu epidemic of 1918-1920. For demographers, the epidemic has produced many professional challenges: How do we estimate the numbers infected and the number who have died, directly and indirectly, from the disease? How do we build models describing the phases of the epidemic and how do we explain differences between countries, regions, and populations? Have we learnt anything that will help us reduce the severity of the current or future pandemics? And what lessons are to be learnt for non-pandemic, non-Covid morbidity and mortality?

We invite you to discuss these and other questions at the annual EAPS Health, Morbidity and Mortality workshop, to be held 29–30 September 2022, at the Charles University, Prague and on-line (in collaboration with the Prague University of Economics and Business).

We are collaborating with Springer Nature and hope to produce an edited volume of papers shortly after the workshop. Please use the following form for the application by 31 st May, 2022 and indicate whether you wish your paper to be considered for the edited volume. For application the short abstract is needed (up to 2,000 characters) and information about the authors. In case of any questions and problems, do not hesitate to contact us via e-mail

Workshop Committee
Klára Hulíková Tesárková, Charles University, Prague
Petr Mazouch, Prague University of Economics and Business
Jon Anson, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel

The registration is open until the 31 May, 2022

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