Half of the world’s population find themselves unable to access essential health services, particularly in low- and middle-income countries. Ensuring everyone has access to basic health services without financial hardship is one of the biggest challenges in global health.
Hosted by the Amsterdam Institute for Global Health & Development (AIGHD) and the Joep Lange Institute, the Access to care: Making health markets work for the poor symposium will provide a platform to address this challenge.
This unique, interactive symposium brings together all four chairholders of the rotating Joep Lange Chair and their research fellows, to discuss – with the audience – the challenges of building inclusive sustainable health systems and come up with the most innovative solutions.
When: 8 October
Where: Amsterdam UMC, location AMC, Collegezaal 4
Registration is free and now open – secure your spot today!
More information on the AIGHD website