Investing in a qualified health workforce is key in supporting healthy populations and prosperous economies. Yet, the World Health Organization estimates there will be a shortfall of 18 million health care workers by 2030. Join us for a practical and forward-looking conversation highlighting the importance of investing in doctors, nurses, and midwives to achieve UHC - and exploring the paths that will get us there.
During the event, discussions will take stock of the efforts we’ve seen so far and explore paths forward – including how we can encourage increased collaboration to support health care workers globally. Discussions will look at integrated approaches to health workforce investments, highlight the benefits of focusing on people to solve key health issues, and efforts to drive political will in investing in a qualified health workforce to support global health systems.
12:30-2 PM ET
Convene, 605 Third Avenue
New York City