IAPO's participation at the Geneva Health Forum
The Geneva Health Forum, created in 2006 by the Geneva University Hospitals (HUG) and the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Geneva, takes place every two years bringing together International participants from all sectors as a way of promoting innovative practices that improve care access especially in resource-poor settings.
As the complexity of global health challenges keeps growing, answering those challenges requires a multidisciplinary approach as well as being able to bring innovative solutions. The Geneva Health Forum aims to present innovative, accessible and sustainable practices in order to facilitate access to care and health equity. Bringing together more than 1500 participants from all sectors - field practitioners, academics, professionals from public and private sector, policy-makers, international and non-governmental organizations - the Geneva Health Forum offers a unique opportunity for dynamic exchange between key stakeholders of Global Health.
The overall goal of the Geneva Health Forum is to contribute to improving health and care access in the world. The forum does this through:
IAPO 's Participation at the Geneva Health Forum
6 reasons to attend?
1. Discover innovative practices in Global Health
2. Keep up to date the most important Global Health challenges
3. Promote yours values, activities, solutions and products
4. Advocate yours ideas with key players in Global Health by direct contacts
5. Expand your network with a significant number of researchers and institutions worldwide
6. Initiate collaborations