• WHS Regional Meeting Montreal 2017

    WHS Regional Meeting - North America, Montreal 2017

    The global health event in Canada you should not miss:

    • 800 participants
    • 7 keynote speakers, including 2 government ministers
    • 88 leading experts from all over the world

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    WHS Regional Meeting - North America, Montreal 2017

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    WHS Regional Meeting - North America, Montreal 2017

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    The WHS Regional Meeting 2017 will feature 88 leading experts from all over the world.

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World Health Summit 2017 - Keynote Speakers include

Hermann Gröhe
Federal Minister of Health, Germany 

Awa Marie Coll-Seck
Minister of Health,

Peter Maurer
President, International Committee of the Red Cross, Switzerland

Carissa F. Etienne
Director, Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), USA

Michel Sidibé
Executive Director, UNAIDS, Switzerland 

Ilona Kickbusch
Director, Global Health Program, Graduate Institute, Switzerland

Werner Baumann
CEO, Bayer, Germany

Laurie Garrett
Senior Fellow for Global Health, Council on Foreign Relations, USA

World Health Summit 2017 - Central Topics

Health Policy in the G7/G20

Health governance issues inherent in the Sustainable Development Goals have underlined how increasing financial and political commitments are central to solving global health challenges.

Global Health Security

To create more security from infectious diseases and other threats to health, the global community must enhance its collective capacity for resilience, and respond more quickly to crises.

Big Data for Health Governance

Even though Big Data can bridge the gap between healthcare delivery and population health and improve many health outcomes, the detailed collection of personal information poses ethical, regulatory and technical challenges.

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