GLOBAL HEALTH CONFERENCE 2019

August 16 - 19 | Sydney

 
 

 ABOUT GHC

In 2019 Sydney will play host to the AMSA Global Health Conference, a nationwide student-run event where keen minds gather to learn, share ideas, be challenged, develop new skills, meet new people and have a tonne of fun.

 Over 3.5 days, you’ll hear from world-class speakers, participate in practical skill workshops, and dance the night away at amazing social events.

16th -19th August 2019.

Come and make waves with us!

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Academic Program

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Social Program

Immersion Day

Immersion Day is the cornerstone of the GHC19 vision. 

Delegates will be thrown into the deep-end, immersing themselves in all different facets of global health through hands-on, practical work. They’ll walk away with real-life experiences in the world of global health, having produced actionable knowledge and tangible skills to enact change in their own pocket of the universe.

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Academic Venue

Presenting the home of GHC19, Roundhouse at UNSW!

This newly renovated space features bright light-flooded spaces, a giant circular main room that holds up to 1000 delegates, various multi-functional breakout rooms, and a bar with plenty of outdoor space for you to enjoy between sessions.

Truly the perfect venue to showcase the phenomenal academic program we have in store!


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THE TEAM

Bringing a conference to life takes a team of dedicated visionaries who also just happen to be medical students

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Our Sponsors

 

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HOW DO YOU MAKE WAVES?

Sound waves, hand waves, thought waves, longditudinal waves, light waves, change waves. Show us how you make waves by sharing your photos on instagram with the hashtag #makewaves19 or direct messaging us on facebook. You could be in the running for some awesome prizes.

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FAQ

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