Panel discussion on health workforce recruitment in Europe and beyond at the World Health Summit 2022

On October 17th 2022, Pillars of Health, dpgg (German Platform for Global Health), and vdää* (Association of Democratic Physicians) will organise an online panel discussion on health workforce recruitment in Europe and beyond during a side event at the World Health Summit 2022 in Berlin. As project coordinator of Wemos’ human resources for health programmes (including Pillars of Health), Aysel Rahimli will take part as one of the discussion’s panelists. In addition, Karen Spannenkrebs of one of our partner in Pillars of Health – vdää* – will give a welcome and introductory speech, and Remco van de Pas (Centre for Planetary Health Policy) will moderate the session.

The speaker panel will discuss questions on the effects of excessive health workforce recruitment, the adherence of European countries to the WHO Code of Practice on the International Recruitment of Health Personnel and visions and demands for just labour migration governance  and  regulation.

Date: October 17th, 2022
Time: 12.30 – 14.00 CET (lunch break at the World Health Summit)
Location: Zoom (recording will be available on the websites of Pillars of Health, dpgg, vdää*)
More information and registration: visit the website of the German Platform for Global Health

The flyer can be found here.

The recording of the event is now available. Please enter this password to view the recording: b^+6x.uB

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