While the global community is still recovering from the immense physical and psychological toll of Covid-19, scientists are already warning global leaders to prepare for the ‘next big pandemic’.
As governments and the higher education sector recalibrate to prioritise long-term health objectives and progress against the SDGs, what are the significant risk factors are to ensure that the optimisation of public health transcends borders and remains an international priority?
In partnership with Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, India, this forum explored whether a shared vision of impact can be realised in terms of universal healthcare and vaccine equity to reach the UN SDG 3 targets for good health and well-being.
The urgency of making universal healthcare non-negotiable
Creating an international standard for vaccine equity
How the other SDGs complement the advancement of SDG 3 for good health and well-being
Combating the climate emergency to mitigate environmental impacts on public health
Cultivating robust health networks and community initiatives within vulnerable communities
Innovations in healthcare
Global collaborations for improving quality healthcare
Practical approaches to universal health coverage.
The forum also provided exclusive insight into the metrics and methodology behind the THE Impact Rankings 2021, with a focus on SDG3.
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