Glasgow International Health Festival (GIHF2023)

 

Glasgow International Health Festival (GIHF2023)

Summary           

A new chapter of the Glasgow International Health Festival is here!

The much-awaited global event brings together key stakeholders in the health industry including researchers, manufacturers, investors, and policy makers. 

As always, the event features stimulating talks, seminar presentations, meet-and-greet sessions, a 10-mile ‘Global health walk’, and much more!

The Glasgow International Health Festival is a unique forum that hosts earnest discussions on pressing health issues from around the world. The event aims to promote knowledge sharing and co-operation among major stakeholders in health.

Dialogue will revolve around the latest technological innovations, exciting data developments, and updates on novel scientific results in global health. The event will bring renewed focus to emerging trends of disease outbreak this year in light of the recent pandemic.

We wholeheartedly invite you to participate in the Glasgow International Health Festival ’23. 

Date: January 25-26, 2023

Time: 10 AM onwards (GMT)

Venue: Scottish Event Campus, Glasgow, Scotland, UK                                

Conference Topics:

   Public health

  • Clinical and Translational Services
  • Disease burden
  • Digital Health
  • Traditional Medicine
  • Mental Health
  • Planetary Health
  • Compassion, Well-being and Ethical Health Care
  • Care Pathways and Care at LifStages

   Global health

  • Global health equity
  • Population Health
  • Drug and Vaccine
  • Health Systems and Global health governance
  • Climate and Disease Modeling

   Biomedical Research

  • Antimicrobial resistance

   Illness Specific

  • Oncology
    • Cancer Care & delivery
    • WHO goals of cervical cancer elimination


Key Note Speakers 

Prof. Haroun Omeiza Isah: Professor of Public Health & Deputy Provost, College of Medicine & Health Sciences, Bingham University
Prof. Ashok Rattan: Chairman, Medical Committee and Quality, Redcliffe Labs
Prof. Heather Cubie: Honorary Chair, University of Edinburgh, Scotland