Global Health Conferences
At the AAFP Global Health Workshop, attendees network, learn and train with current and aspiring global health advocates.
The APHA's global health work is carried out through an International Health Section, an International Trade and Health Forum, and a Human Rights Forum, which sponsors a poster session and four scientific sessions during the APHA Annual Meeting.
The five-day ASTMH Annual Meeting convenes more than 4,000 tropical medicine and global health professionals representing academia, government, nonprofits, philanthropy, NGOs, industry, military and private practice.
Using an interactive curriculum of workshops, simulation, hands-on training and more, this five-day course aims to improve health care professionals' ability to provide pediatric clinical care to low- or middle-income countries.
At the world's largest academic global health conference, students, implementers and leaders from explore advances in global health, planetary health and the role universities play in addressing global health challenges.
INMED conferences bring together leading experts in the field, offer hands-on learning opportunities (including simulation), provide excellent networking settings, and equip attendees to take the next step in global health care service.
For those who have a faith-based connection, an additional conference option is:
This is the main Medical Missions conference in the U.S. since 1994, with more than 2,000 attendees.