"New Money, New Mechanisms, New Markets: How Funding Changed the Business of Global Health"

Date
Apr 22, 2016, 12:15 pm1:45 pm
Location
011 Robertson Hall
Audience
Students, Faculty, Fellows & Staff - registration required
Event Description

Game Changers in Global Health: A four-part lunchtime seminar series

The last fifteen years have defined global health in profound and exciting ways. Dramatic increases in funding, the creation of new local/global entities, and the engagement of citizens and the private sector have all played a role in shaping global health as we know it today.

The Global Health Program will be hosting its first Game Changers lunchtime seminar series this spring. Our Departmental Guest, Dr. Anu Gupta will set the stage and interview guest speakers on three game changers in global health.

Session 4: "New Money, New Mechanisms, New Markets: How Funding Changed the Business of Global Health"

Anu Gupta, MD 

In this final session of the Game Changer series, we will follow the billions of dollars invested in global health.  Who’s giving it? Who’s getting it? Where is it going?  How have disease priorities affected funding allocations (or not)?  We will delve into new mechanisms to pool and disburse funding in global health.  We will also touch upon policies that created new markets.  Don’t miss this interactive session.

Lunch will be served.

Sign-up is required: email chw@princeton.edu to reserve a seat.

All sessions will be held from 12:15pm to 1:45pm in 011 Robertson Hall.

This event is sponsored by the Woodrow Wilson School's Center for Health & Wellbeing and its Global Health Program.