The primary goal of the Consortium of Public Health Informatics Researchers (CPHIR) is to create a global consortium of academic institutions, industries, not-for-profit organisations and individual researchers from diverse backgrounds including health informatics, public health, medicine, allied healthcare disciplines, information and communication technologies and allied engineering disciplines, political science, policy making, law, statistics, medical geography and management interested in the domain of Public Health Informatics and its application to enhance Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Our growing presence (as shown in the snaps) worldwide is an indicator of the increased interest in public health informatics across the globe.
Any individual or institution interested to get involved in using information and communication technologies to improve population health outcomes.


  • Each individual/institution will receive a membership ID
  • Free access to webinars organized by the Consortium
  • Monthly updates on latest trends in the areas of Population Health Informatics
  • Updates on resources/scholarships/conferences/research grants in the areas of Population Health Informatics

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