World Health Summit

October 24, 2021 - October 26, 2021

The World Health Summit is one of the world’s leading strategic forums for global health. Every October, the World Health Summit draws international experts from academia, politics, the private sector, and civil society to Berlin. During the three-day summit, stakeholders and decision-makers from 100 countries and every field in healthcare work together to find solutions to global health challenges and set the agenda for a healthier future. This year’s Summit will feature key topics such as Vaccines: Moving Towards Health as a Global Public Good, Pandemic Preparedness: Lessons from COVID-19, and more. Information about this year’s Summit can be found on the World Health Summit website here.

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