Watch conference participants’ reactions and thoughts for the future of global health
This year, the conference focused on the rise of chronic and non-communicable diseases, specifically in developing countries. Walking through the halls, one could hear conversations on strategic public-private partnerships, country ownership, integration of health services, and use of new information and communication technology to address long-term health in a sustainable way.
With more than 2,000 expected attendees and hundreds of presenters, there were many voices to be heard. We talked with Meghan Anson and Lindsay Bever from MCHIP, Vince Blaser from the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative, Sarah Dwyer from IntraHealth and the CapacityPlus project, Jen Schulz from the Institute for Reproductive Health, Jennifer Kern from the World Health Organization’s Publications, and Kate Stence from the Knowledge for Health project.
Watch interviews with conference participants here.