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WORLD HEALTH SUMMIT  NEWSLETTER, NO. 11

Berlin, Dezember 6th, 2010

 

Save the Date

World Health Summit 2011

October 23rd - 26th, 2011

Michael J. Klag

Detlev Ganten

Steve Wesselingh

Stephen K. Smith


Presidents 2011:
Steve Wesselingh (Dean, Faculty of Nursing & Health Sciences, Monash University Melbourne, Australia)
Detlev Ganten (Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Germany)

Incoming President 2012:
Michael J. Klag (Dean, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, USA)

Past Presidents:
Stephen Smith (Principal Faculty of Medicine, Imperial College London, UK)
Axel Kahn (President Université Paris Descartes, France)

Registration for the 3rd World Health Summit starts in spring 2011.

Venue: Langenbeck-Virchow-Haus, Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Campus Mitte Berlin, Germany

We are looking forward to meeting you in Berlin next year!


Results

Key Messages 2010

Translation, Transition, Transformation – these were the key words that set the tone of this year’s World Health Summit.

The World Health Summit 2010 was a great success thanks to the many lively talks and discussions led by many high-profile leaders from academia, politics, economy and civil society. More than 1200 participants from over 80 nations gathered in Berlin to search for cross-sectoral solutions to some of the most pressing health challenges of the next years. Among those were the increasing rate of non-communicable diseases in high- and low-income countries with their impact on the MDGs, financing models for health systems, the US and European Global Health Programs, the sophisticated use of information technologies to improve access as well as quality and efficiency of health care. Health requires strong and well-coordinated international efforts said Jorge Sampaio, former President of Portugal and current UN Secretary-General's Special Envoy to Stop Tuberculosis, when he launched his new StopTB campaign at the World Health Summit.

The discussions led to results and the results were transformed into key messages to serve governments, academic institutions and leaders from the private sector as recommendation and roadmap for the future.

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Statistics

Participant Profiles

Please find the World Health Summit 2010 statistics, graphs that show participation after sector affiliations and regions and lists of all speakers and featured participants <media 2563 _blank>here</media>.

 

Galleries

Photo Gallery online

Find the pictures of the World Health Summit 2010 in the Photo Gallery at the official summit website here.

 


World Health Summit Contact

World Health Summit Secretariat
c/o K.I.T Group GmbH
Association & Conference Management Group
Kurfürstendamm 71, 10709 Berlin
Tel.: +49 30 246 03 240
registration2010(at)worldhealthsummit.org