What are the universal issues uniting healthcare professionals and policy-makers globally? How are people and organisations coming together and creating innovative solutions to major healthcare challenges? How will different healthcare players benefit from this? These and many other questions will be debated at the inaugural Global Healthcare Summit taking place on November 29th and 30th 2012 in London. Global Healthcare Summit that is taking place on November 29th and 30th 2012 in London and in which Monika Kosińska, EPHA’s Secretary General will be part of the panel of speakers.
Organised by Economist Conferences, the event will offer the opportunity to engage with over 250 senior healthcare decision-makers from around the world.
High-level speakers include:
Judith Salerno, Leonard D. Schaeffer Executive Officer, Institute of Medicine of the National Academies
Lord Nigel Crisp, Member of the House of Lords, UK Parliament
Yvonne Greenstreet MD, Senior Vice-president, Medicines Development, Pfizer
John Dalli, Commissioner for Health and Consumer Protection, European Commission
Unni Karunakara, International President, Médecins Sans Frontičres
Mubashar Sheikh, Executive Director, Global Health Workforce Alliance
Mark Pearson, Head of Health Division, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
Peter Boyle, President, International Prevention Research Institute The Global Healthcare Summit will combine an exploration of the healthcare challenges faced throughout the world with The Economist Group’s understanding of global events.
The summit is part of a series of international healthcare events that are held in Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East. Building on the success of previous events the summit will help develop an understanding of the challenges faced by global health professionals throughout the world, as well as a knowledge-sharing platform on innovative solutions and strategies for public health organisations.
Friends of EPHA are eligible to a 20% discount on the standard registration rate. Simply enter EPHA in the discount box when registering online.