WASHINGTON—International Global Health Conference Identifies Priorities... - 4 June 2009

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WASHINGTON—International Global Health Conference Identifies Priorities For Poor Communities; Gates Award Endorses London School Of Hygiene And Tropical Medicine The poorest members of the global community - not necessarily geographically defined - are those who need to be targeted in healthcare development rather than countries labelled as "developing". Peter Goodwin hears the views of Hans Rosling of the Karonlinska Institute during the Annual International Conference on Global Health held in Washington DC. He also talks with the outgoing president of the Global Health Council (which hosts the conference), Nils Daulaire, with the London School of Hygiene's Director, Andy Haines, and alumni, James Hospedales, Ariella Bock, Cherie Carter and Khizer Husain about the relevance of their education in their work in global health all over the world, and about the significance of the Gates Award to the London School's Distance Learning programme and efforts to strengthen healthcare institutions.

Item Type: Podcast
Contributors: Haines, A (Contributor); Goodwin, P (Interviewer); Rosling, H (Contributor); Daulaire, N (Contributor); Hospedales, J (Contributor); Bock, A (Contributor); Carter, C (Contributor); Husain, K (Contributor);
Faculty and Department: Faculty of Public Health and Policy > Dept of Social and Environmental Health Research
URI: http://researchonline.lshtm.ac.uk/id/eprint/2139203


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