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GHC 2017

Global Healthcare Conference

  • 24 Jul 2017 to 25 Jul 2017
  • Hotel Fort Canning
  • Singapore

Whats About

Health is of vital importance for the sustainability of all living beings. If health is lost, everything is lost truly holds significance and for that it is essential for all governmental, non-governmental and healthcare institutions to work together for the progress of all medical fields to provide best healthcare and support facilities for patients suffering from health complications. This is possible through continuous research work and studies for the development of new and modernized techniques and methods for performing better diagnosis and giving best clinical facilities to patients for their treatment and recovery. The Global Science and Technology Forum organizes an Annual Global Healthcare Conference, GHC, which brings together medical specialists, scientists, researchers and medical workers to discuss and talk about the latest innovations and developments made for providing state of the art healthcare facilities. The GHC 2017 is taking place from 24th to 25th July 2017 at Singapore. This conference will help in shaping the future of healthcare facilities for the public by making things affordable, accessible and highly competitive in providing best medical support and care for patients all around the world.

Dates to remember:
  • 14 April 2017 – Early bird registration deadline
  • 18 May 2017 – Regular registration deadline


Programme Details

The following topics and events will be covered at the GHC 2017

  1. Workshops on patient-centered models of care: Optimizing integration using appreciative inquiry
  2. Special Panel Sessions on  “The future health workforce in Global Health: Innovations to meet future need”
  3. Best paper awards
  4. Best student paper awards
  5. E-Access to medications in developing countries
  6. Bioinformatics
  7. Critical care management
  8. Electronic patient records
  9. Healthcare professionals v/s social illness
  10. Design and development methodologies for healthcare IT