Voting for Global Health Student Poster Contest


Please vote for your favourite student poster by clicking the Vote. Each delegate would have 1 (one) vote per category only.

Deadline for voting: 17 November 2021 at 5pm, Hong Kong Time (GMT +8)

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The award decision will be announced at the Awards Ceremony of the conference on 18 November 2021.

The finalists of Undergraduate posters are (by paper number):

Paper No.: 178
F1KDaysWithU App: Development and Pilot Testing of an Android Mobile Application on the First 1000 Days of Life to Improve Maternal and Infant Nutrition
Christian Aaron R. Ordas, Vianca Clarisse D. Baligaya, Ezekiel V. Custodio, Joan Faith C. Mendoza, Pamela Irish A. Razon, Florimae E. Paimalan, Daniel G. Salunga
University of Santo Tomas
Paper No.: 207
TeleNutrition : Development, Pre-Testing, and Pilot Testing of Telehealth Website for Nutrition Counseling of Registered Nutritionist-Dietitians in a Tertiary Level Hospital in Lipa City, Batangas, Philippines
Jasper John P. Jariel, Marifa Louise C. Macaraeg, Dwight Angelo T. Polintan, Ryabelle Jesusa C. Sanchez, Maria Feliz C. Sastre, Daniel G. Salunga
University of Santo Tomas
Paper No.: 218
The Impacts of COVID-19 on Physical Activity, Dietary Changes and Health Awareness of University Students in Hong Kong: A Cross-Sectional study
Yuqi Mi, Victoria A. Yeo, Elkie Y. K. Chan, T. K. Wong, Sigmund Luey, L. Y. Chan, K. T. Kwok, Aditya Prasad
The University of Hong Kong

The finalists of Graduate posters are (by paper number):

Paper No.: 208
Unfavorable Serum Uric Acid Level Change Is Associated With The Progression Of Cardiometabolic Multimorbidity Among Chinese Middle-aged And Elderly Adults
Duanhui Li, Danyang Wang, Xiaolin Xu
Zhejiang University
Paper No.: 214
BIOBANK RESEARCH REGULATIONS AND GUIDELINES FOR LOW-AND MIDDLE-INCOME COUNTRIES IN SOUTHEAST ASIA: A SCOPING REVIEW
Chin Kuen Yei, Mohammad Firdaus Bin Abdul Aziz, Ng Kee Seong
Universiti Malaya
Paper No.: 217
A Three-dimensional, Spatially-Explicit Agent-based Model to Evaluate the effectiveness of Non-pharmacological Interventions of COVID-19 in Hong Kong Using Secondary Data
Ken Ka Chung Tang, Peter K. Koh
The University of Hong Kong