The coronavirus crisis is a powerful indicator of the global challenges facing the health sector. The eighth Geneva Health Forum will pull together key players in the quest for concrete solutions.
Thousands of experts and key players in global health will meet from November 16 to 18, 2020 in the virtual corridors of the eighth Geneva Health Forum (GHF) to analyse the responses to the coronavirus crisis. Access to healthcare, training for health professionals and the protection of nursing staff are some of the challenges that the 21 scheduled sessions will focus on. With Health for Everyone: Learning from the Field as its central theme, the GHF will take full advantage of its foothold in Geneva – one of the global capitals of multilateralism – to facilitate dialogue between scientists, research institutions, international and non-governmental organisations, and private companies. The GHF will also tackle crucial themes of global health such as digital health, cancer, vaccines, universal health coverage and neglected tropical diseases.
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