Solving healthcare access in low and middle income countries
Join us in Oxford for an enlightening panel event led by Professor Kamal Mahtani, Academic Director of the MSc in Global Healthcare Leadership.
This event brings together a distinguished panel of accomplished doctors and healthcare professionals who are actively involved in addressing the complex healthcare landscape of low and middle-income countries (LMICs). They will discuss the specific healthcare challenges faced by these countries, looking through the lens of the transformative events of the past year as part of the MSc in Global Healthcare Leadership.
During the event, our panellists will examine the unique healthcare challenges present in LMICs, using the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) as a detailed case study. The discussion will centre on issues related to improving access to primary care while examining the crucial roles played by global healthcare entities such as the World Health Organization (WHO) and UNICEF.
The dialogue will be grounded in evidence-based solutions aimed at enhancing patient access and achieving better healthcare outcomes. As we navigate this intricate topic, we invite you to be a part of this conversation that sheds light on pressing healthcare concerns within LMICs.
- 18:00 - Registration opens
- 18:30 - Welcome from the Academic Director
- 18:35 - Roundtable discussion begins
- 19:35 - Q&A
- 20:00 - Closing remarks
- 20:15 - Drinks reception
- 21:00 - Ends
Tickets are free of charge, but please reserve your place so we know to expect you on the day.
Can’t join us in person?
Whilst we would love for you to join us in person, we understand that this might not be possible for those who are based overseas or have competing work commitments. However, we wouldn't want you to miss out on the Oxford experience, so we are also live-streaming the panel discussion online (6–8:15pm BST) and recording the session. Register here to join us online.