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Berlin, August 23, 2010

Summit Program Online

The Online Session Planner offers several features: it allows you to search out session details such as presentations or speakers, find the CVs of the speakers and even makes it possible for you to create your own individual session schedule.

The online version of the World Health Summit Program may be found at the official website, in the “Program” section which is frequently updated.

World Health Summit - Personalities

Dr. Mazda Adli, Executive Director of the World Health Summit

“Health is our most valuable and sensitive currency, regardless of where in the world we live. We need an intensified, international exchange and coordination to define priorities and roadmaps for medical research, development and health care.” says Dr. Mazda Adli, Executive Director of the World Health Summit, and a member of the Executive Board of the Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin.
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Sessions at the World Health Summit

Working Session "Universal Access to Health: Innovation in Infrastructure-Poor Seetings"

How Could Innovative Models Help?

Health is a Basic Human Right. (United Nations Declaration of Human Rights – Art. 25)

Effective systems of social protection, prevention and health care are crucial for the security of populations particularly in low income countries. Improving access to health care requires a detailed analysis of multiple factors, including workforce, infrastructure, financing, information and organization. 

Working Session on October 12th, 2010, 10:30-12:30, Room "Bier"

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