2024 World Health Summit Regional Meeting

The Australian Global Health Alliance is excited to join Monash University and VicHealth to bring the spotlight of the World Health Summit to Melbourne in April 2024.

Over three days, more than 100 global health changemakers and thought leaders from across Australia, our region, and the world will take the stage in Melbourne for the World Health Summit Regional Meeting.

2024 World Health Summit Regional Meeting

22nd April - 24th April 2024

Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre


2024 World Health Summit Regional Meeting

22nd April - 24th April 2024


Hosted by Monash University, the 2024 World Health Summit Regional Meeting will provide an unprecedented opportunity to understand the unique health challenges impacting the Asia-Pacific region, to build new collaborations, and to co-create pathways forward.

The World Health Summit community of over 25,000+ health protagonists from more than 120 countries underscores the importance of global collaboration and shared responsibility in addressing the myriad challenges that impact the health and wellbeing of our planet.

The Regional Meeting plays a pivotal role in shaping policies, fostering research, and advocating for equitable health and wellbeing for everyone, and elevates the health issues that are most critical to our region to the global stage.

By registering now, you’re securing your spot with leaders and peers drawn from academia, government, civil society and the private sector, to engage and collaborate, and shape the future of health across Asia and the Pacific.

The Meeting’s three themes explore health in the context of thriving communities, climate change, and geopolitics – key challenges of our age.

Here’s just a taste of the growing program of topics:

First Nations health • The health and wellbeing of women and girls • Environmental impacts on health • Net zero healthcare • Emerging and re-emerging health threats • Non-communicable disease strategies • Health and human rights • Commercial determinants of health • Mental health and wellbeing • Health education and workforce • Health economics and financing • Resilient health systems • Access to game-changing discoveries • Global health leadership • Intersectional partnerships • Rethinking drug policy • Caring for vulnerable people

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