Access Today: June 2023 Newsletter
In this latest edition of Access Today, we announce a new chapter for Access Accelerated as Herb Riband steps into the role of Interim Director, with the retirement of Outgoing Director, Martin Bernhardt. We also highlight insights from our six-year report, showcasing the key learnings and impact of collective action over half a decade.
Also spotlighted is the “Road to 2030” event, which took place on the sidelines of the World Health Assembly in May. Watch the full recording, featuring keynote speaker Dr. Alarcos Cieza from the World Health Organization, as well as fireside chat panellists, Dr. Lilian Mbau from the Kenya Cardiac Society and Dr. Monique Vledder from the World Bank.
Catch up on the latest guest essay by Dr. Megumi Maruyama on what G7 nations can do to achieve Universal Health Coverage. And lastly, listen to the featured podcast: the challenges of treating chronic conditions amidst crises, conflict, and climate change.
Join us as we turn the page and journey into the next chapter of Access Accelerated. Dive into the latest news, watch our event highlights, and learn from our expert analyses.
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