Geneva Health Forum 18 – 20 April 2012

A Critical Shift to Chronic Conditions: Learning From the Frontliners

The fourth edition of the Geneva Health Forum (GHF) will focus on chronic conditions which pose major challenges to health systems in high and low-income countries, in stable and emergency situations. To address this challenge the GHF solicits accounts from those on the frontlines, whether they are working at the local level in a rural clinic, at the national level in a ministry or developing policy at the international level.

New: Enhanced visibility of frontliners and new format for project- submissions

The Geneva Health Forum is unique in its design. We make a deliberate effort to ensure that the views and experiences of frontliners are channeled into each debate at the GHF. We strive to infuse global health debates with valuable insights and experiences, know-how and solutions in progress, which are grounded in specific realities.

To clearly illustrate the action at the frontlines to a wider audience and to facilitate your project submission, we offer you the possibility to also post short videos or photos of your work on our website. An on-line questionnaire will complement your submissions. Its on-line presentation will encourage community members to share their experiences too.

Save the dates: 18 – 20 April 2012, Geneva

As a participant of our network we invite you to join and shape the debate on chronic conditions. Save the date in your agenda: 18 – 20 April, International Conference Centre Geneva, Switzerland and join cutting edge thinking and a new approach towards global access to health.

Start of submissions and registration for early birds possible from 8 August 2011.

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