300 SPEAKERS - 100 COUNTRIES - 50 SESSIONS
October 25-27 in Berlin and digital
The spread of COVID-19 shows how essential the improvement of global health is and how crucial the strengthening of international and interdisciplinary cooperation remains.
As a leading global health conference and network of academia, the private sector, civil society and politics, the World Health Summit is more important than ever.
The World Health Summit 2020 will take place as planned from 25-27 October 2020 in Berlin with a mixture of personal on-site and digital participation.
Date, venue, program structure, and session formats will stay the same.
Registration will open in June.
We look forward to your participation at the World Health Summit - in Berlin or digitally.
"During our EU-Presidency in 2020 together with our trio partners Portugal and Slovenia, we want to make the European voice in global health heard."
Minister of Health, Germany
"For us to achieve universal health coverage, we need to strengthen primary healthcare."
Jane Ruth Aceng
Minister of Health, Uganda
"WHO is delighted to strengthen its collaboration with the World Health Summit, which is now one of the foremost gatherings in global health."
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus
Director-General, World Health Organization
"Bringing together scientific advancement with innovation—and making sure those two things fit into societies—will be absolutely critical."
Director, Wellcome Trust
"Good software technologies have the potential to democratize healthcare, because they can be made available to everyone."
Christof von Kalle
Chair for Clinical Translational Sciences, Berlin Institute of Health
"I don’t think we want to live in a world where we finally have cures for all diseases, but they’re unaffordable."
Chief Scientist, World Health Organization
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