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[WEBINAR FOR JOURNALISTS]
Collaboration for better health: beyond the buzzword, how collaboration brings concrete solutions for the future of healthcare
Take a tour of collaborative initiatives helping weather the Covid-19’s storm and preparing healthcare for future challenges
A tremendous amount of collaborative energy from all parts of society has been deployed to address the urgency of the crisis and weather its impacts on people. Partnerships among communities, healthcare systems, local governments, the private sector, and innovators and social entrepreneurs are playing a substantial role in slowing the spread, mitigating the impacts, and supporting local recovery around the world.
These collaborative approaches are already having concrete impacts. How do they help respond to the acute challenges of COVID-19? What do they need to last beyond the crisis and grow? Could these models of collaboration actually be the key to transforming our global health system and be better prepared for future challenges?
To do so, we invite you to an online roundtable hosted by Andrew Jacobs, Science & Health reporter at The New York Times.
Andrew will lead a conversation with Dr Maria Freire, President and Executive Director of the Foundation for the National Institutes of Health (FNIH), Moka Lantum, CEO of Sagitarix Ltd and Thomas Landrain, who co-founded the OpenCovid-19 intitiative.
This session will be followed by a dip into three concrete initiatives that have successfully implemented collaborative approaches to tackle health issues, exploring new pathways for the future of healthcare.
You will of course be able to ask questions and interact with the participants all throughout the webinar, so make sure you don't miss the conversation on Tuesday, 20 October at 05:00pm CEST.
This webinar is 100% free and opens a series of webinars supported by the Making More Health initiative (driven by Boehringer Ingelheim and Ashoka).
Sparknews is a social entreprise working with leading media across the world to highlight initiatives that further the acceleration of the ecological and social transition.
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