» zurück zur Übersicht

2019 | 27.–29. Oktober, Berlin

World Health Summit
3 Days – 50 Sessions – 100 Nations – 300 Speakers – 2,500 Participants


The next World Health Summit will take place October 27-29 in Berlin, Germany. We very much hope to see you there. Registration will open in May. In the meantime, mark your calendar and join the thousands of global health experts coming together work on solutions to the biggest challenges in global health.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Jens Spahn, Minister of Health, Federal Republic of Germany
- Gerd Müller, Minister of Economic Cooperation and Development, Federal Republic of Germany
- Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director General, World Health Organization
- Sania Nishtar, Co-Chair, WHO High-Level Independent Commission on Non-Communicable Diseases
- Jayasree Iyer, Executive Director, Access to Medicine Foundation
- Mark Britnell, Global Chairman and Senior Partner, KPMG International
- Ilona Kickbusch, Director Global Health Centre, The Graduate Institute Geneva
- John Nkengasong, Director, Africa Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- Andrea Wulf, Award-Winning Author of The Invention of Nature: Alexander von Humboldt's New World
- Peter Sands, Executive Director, The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria
- Carissa F. Etienne, Director, Pan American Health Organization
The 2019 World Health Summit will focus on these topics:
- Transforming Human Capital: Investing in Health and Education
- Research and Development for Infectious Diseases
- Universal Health Coverage: Expanding Rights and Access
- The Future of Health Policy in the G7/G20
- How Microbiome Research is Changing Medicine
- SDG3: The Global Action Plan for Healthy Lives and Well-Being for All
- Focus Africa: Building Capacities and Strong Institutions
- Digital Health: Shaping Society and the Modern Economy
Please expect our invitation, including specifics on the registration process, in May. We look forward to seeing you at the World Health Summit 2019!

Website der Veranstaltung:

© Deutsche Gesellschaft für Humangenetik