The International Society of Global Health invites you to the 4th ISoGH’s Conference on Global Health. This year’s conference will feature presentations from global health experts on the topics of climate change effects on global health, pandemic preparedness, data science and artificial intelligence in global health, barriers to achieving universal health care, respiratory medicine in low resource settings, and equitable investing in global health programmes.
This year’s conference will be free for all registered participants who are active members of the ISoGH, while for everyone else it will cost USD 100 to register and participate in 2 days of the conference.
4th ISoGH’s Conference on Global Health – Final Programme
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The first day of the conference will report on the ISoGH’s research priority setting exercise on pandemic preparedness and share the results. It will also reflect on the work of the RESPIRE consortium in South-East Asia and seek opportunities for collaboration with EQUI-RESP consortium in Africa in addressing the burden of respiratory diseases, that remain largely neglected.
The second day of the conference will feature presentations on two new and emerging topics in global health – the immediate effects of climate change, and of the implementation of data science and artificial intelligence tools. It will also present the tools and approaches that could overcome barriers to achieving universal health care. There is also a range of topics from social sciences and humanities in global health.
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