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Health and Wellbeing
Advancing Equitable Health Systems (live stream)
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Advancing Equitable Health Systems (live stream)
Format: Interactive Panel and Q&A
 

Sharing global learning on how to put people at the heart of health systems to support healthy societies 
How do we build health systems that are affordable, accessible, high-quality and serve everyone? What are the trade-offs and how should we set priorities? This session draws on experience and lessons from: 

1. engaging communities in Laos, Vietnam and Bangladesh 
2. building trust in services in Rwanda 
3. delivering community care in the UK 
4. tackling the global health workforce crisis 

Diving into the human relationships, personal and political, at the very heart of healthcare, our expert panellists will discuss the solutions being implemented to advance equitable health systems and the consequent impact on people, communities and their health. 

  Dame Una O’Brien (Chair) Leadership consultant and expert advisor on the UK Civil Service, UK
  Professor Sabina Faiz Rashid Dean at BRAC James P Grant School of Public Health, BRAC University, Bangladesh
  Professor Agnes Binagwaho Vice Chancellor of the University of Global Health Equity, Rwanda
  Mark Britnell Vice Chair & Global Healthcare Expert at KPMG and former Global Chairman of KPMG Health
  Jo Upton Head of Nursing at LloydsPharmacy Clinical Homecare
Virtual Oral Presentation  Denny Mabetha Making impacts in district health systems: an adaptive, collaborative action-learning process in Mpumalanga, South Africa
 

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