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May 3-5, 2022 Geneva Switzerland

GENEVA HEALTH FORUM The forum that brings together key actors of global health


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Digitising clinical guidelines - What have we learned from existing CDSS in the management of childhood illness in low and middle-income countries (LMICs)?


Thursday 16 September 2021, 04:00pm - 05:30pm CET, online


Join us for an online meeting co-organised with the Global Digital Health Network which aims to contribute to efforts to improve the diagnosis and management of childhood illness in primary care, as a key component of the strategy to reduce under-five mortality in resource-constrained settings.



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Who Are We?

The Geneva Health Forum (GHF) is the forum that brings together key actors to help find solutions to global health challenges. Created in 2006, it is organised by the Geneva University Hospitals (HUG) and the University of Geneva in partnership with 30 global health organisations, with the overall goal to contribute to improving health and care access in the world.

As the complexity of global health challenges is growing, answering to those challenges requires a multidisciplinary approach as well as being able to bring innovative solutions. Building on the dynamic of International Geneva, where it is located, the Geneva Health Forum provides a continuous platform for collaboration and organises one of the most important international conferences on global health every two years.

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Key features



1600
Participants



80
Countries



3
Days



120
Innovations

6 Reasons To Participate

Initiate collaborations

Empower yourself to tackle the most important global health challenges

Expand your network with a large number of researchers and institutions around the world

Promote Your Values, Activities, Solutions And Products

Promote Your Ideas To Key Global Health Stakeholders

Learn about innovative solutions to key global health challenges

Who can participate?



Field Actors



Academics



Private Sectors



Policy-Makers