WORLD HEALTH SUMMIT 2011 NEWSLETTER, NO. 7
Berlin, October 15th, 2011
WorldHealth Summit 2011
World Health Summit | October 23rd-26th, 2011 | Berlin, Germany
Last Minute Registration online or onsite at the registration desk!
Confirmed Keynote Speakers
Hermann Requardt, Sector CEO Healthcare, Siemens, Germany
Robin Bell, Deputy Director, Women's Health Group, Monash University, Australia
Michael J. Klag, Dean, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, USA
World Health Summit 2011 - Program
Final Program available online!
Click here to download the booklet. Or access the online program and set your individual summit schedule online with the Session Planer.
Panel Discussion and Partner Symposia
Transitioning Healthcare Systems
Evidence to Policy Linkages - Today's Evidence-Tomorrow's Agenda
Access to Advances in Biotheapies: Scientific, Economic and Social Issues
Partner Symposium on Oct. 24th, 14.00-15.30
The transition of healthcare systems and the multi-partnering approach are intensely debated. The multi-partnering approach offers a possible solution to the challenges faced by healthcare systems across the globe. Low birth rates, combined with longer life expectancy contribute to aging societies that place greater demands on healthcare systems.
Panel Discussion Session on Oct. 26th, 10.15-11.45
In an ideal world, scientific evidences should be routinely used and translated into more effective and equitable political and government action to improve public health. This is especially important for developing countries which have to struggle with limited resources and competing priorities. In reality, however, strengthening the link between evidence and policy is often a difficult challenge and many barriers need to be overcome.
Partner Symposium on
Oct. 26th, 10.15-11.45
This joint DKFZ-Inserm session aims at addressing the question how scientific progress and access to new therapies can be efficiently linked. Unfortunately, the transfer of promising results from the laboratory into innovative therapies, diagnostic tools or preventive measures still takes too long.
Main Sessions live online!
World Health Summit Live Streams can be watched online in section "Press & Media".
Access to Reproductive Health Supplies – Challenges, Barriers and Opportunities in Developing Countries
Partner Symposium on Oct. 23rd, 16.45-18.15
Availability of reproductive health (RH) supplies plays a critical role in achieving universal access to sexual and reproductive health services and information, which is fundamental to improving health and effectively fighting poverty. However, in the developing world, the availability and accessibility of RH supplies, such as contraceptives and condoms, as well as tools for safe delivery and medicines for prevention and treatment of sexually transmitted infections and HIV/AIDS, do not meet current demands. Despite an increased demand for these RH supplies, donor support is declining or stagnating in many countries and many national governments have not prioritized RH in their strategies yet.
“Our Positive Bodies – An Exhibition of Body Maps from Africa, Asia and Europe”
The Body Maps and stories can be experienced in the foyers of the 4th and 5th floor of the conference venue.
“We paint the virus and we paint our ways of staying healthy, of keeping hope alive. We paint what gives meaning to our lives. We tell our stories. When you look at our paintings, we want you to listen with your eyes. And understand with your heart"
The Body Map Artists
Book of Proceedings 2010
Click here to download the Book of Proceedings from the previous World Health Summit in 2010.