2020 Conference Brochure
Session 1: Women's & Sexual Minorities Health
Session 4: Health Inequalities
Session 5: Healthcare Innovation
Breast cancer care provision and cost in three countries: United Kingdom, India and Kenya
Exploring the role of the informal private sector in antimicrobial access in Blantyre, Malawi
Inclusion of Migrant and Ethnic Minority Groups into Healthcare and the Medical Curriculum
Bridging the “diagnosis gap”: Improving Early Diagnosis of Dementia in Low- and Middle-Income Countries
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on paediatric cancer patients in low, middle, and high-income countries
The Relationship Between PM2.5 Exposure, Healthcare Disparities, and Breast Cancer Mortality
Infection and mortality of healthcare workers worldwide from COVID-19: a systematic review
Taking the GENE Out of Generation: Will Gene Editing Enable Equity?
What is the impact of TRIPS agreement on pharmaceutical industries and health issues in the developing countries?
What part can NGOs play in improving access to health in Uganda?
Investigating potential therapeutics targeting SARS-CoV-2 Spike glycoproteins
Achieving Universal Health Care in the United States: Comparisons to an International Context
A Neighborhood Study of Starrett City, East New York During COVID-19
Diabetes management in national action plans
Addressing the Psychiatric Needs of Yazidi Refugees
An evidence review to assess the optimal mode of delivery for preterm neonatal mortality
Is bariatric surgery an effective method of reducing the risk of cancer in those who are obese?
The Effectiveness of Wearing Masks against Respiratory Virus Transmission with a Focus on COVID-19
Surgical Site Infections in Low-and Middle- income Countries
The barriers to the treatment and care of women with postpartum depression in low and middle-income countries
Geneva Health Files: Governance, Politics and Lobbying in Global Health
The Cyprus Women’s Health Research (COHERE) Initiative: Quality of life measures from a cross-sectional Eastern Mediterranean women’s health study