As part of its role in knowledge sharing and thought leadership, HP+ staff appear regularly at prominent international conferences and other fora to exchange innovative and promising ideas related to global health policy, advocacy, governance, and financing. We share our presence at these events via blog posts and active social media and dissemination efforts, and by posting our conference presentations on our website. Check here to view our project’s contributions to the public dialogue, which may include conference and pre-conference presentations, journal articles, and moderation of discussions.
At the Fifth AfHEA Biennial Scientific Conference, HP+ joins other health experts to explore, "Securing PHC for All: The Foundation for Making Progress on UHC in Africa," as the continent continues to make a push toward universal healthcare.
With a focus on policy implementation, integrated health systems, self-reliance and sustainability, the webinars share lessons learned, best practices, new tools and approaches and other priority or emerging policy issues impacting the health policy field.
HP+ joins with political leaders, scientists, researchers, policymakers, advocates, and youth from around the world for the 5th International Conference on Family Planning (ICFP). There, under the theme, “Investing for a Lifetime of Returns,” the global family planning community will share best practices, discuss gains and challenges, and explore the benefits of investing in family planning.
From July 23–27, 2018, thousands of advocates, researchers, policymakers, journalists, people living with HIV, and others will gather in Amsterdam to share knowledge, discuss critical issues, and reveal new scientific findings at the 22nd International AIDS Conference (known as AIDS 2018).
With limited domestic funding, a scale back by external donors, and ambitious health and health coverage targets, there is an urgent need to develop sustainable financing plans for primary healthcare, including family planning, in low- and middle-income countries. This need is particularly acute in sub-Saharan Africa, where high fertility rates are coupled with a pronounced unmet need for family planning.
A five-part series on concrete tools, models, and methods to help countries accelerate progress toward meeting 95-95-95 goals.
Health systems economists, researchers, advocates, and policymakers will convene in Boston, Massachusetts from July 7-11, 2017 to attend the biennial International Health Economics Association Congress. HP+ staff will be there too, participating in these exchanges and contributing evidence and ideas on the application of economics to health and healthcare systems worldwide.
Since 2007, the Prince Mahidol Award Conference has been organized as an annual international conference focusing on policy-related public health issues of global significance. The theme of this year's conference is "Addressing the Health of Vulnerable Populations for an Inclusive Society."
In November HP+ staff will join thousands of others from around the globe to present at the HSR conference in Vancouver, Canada.
Online portal for HP+'s presence at the 2016 International AIDS Conference in Durban, South Africa.