Global Health Science and Practice Technical Exchange

The Global Health Science and Practice Technical Exchange (GHTechX) took place virtually from April 21 - 24, 2021. The event is curated through a partnership between USAID, the George Washington University, and the Global Health: Science and Practice Journal. Our goal is to convene speakers and technical sessions that highlight the latest and greatest in global health, with participants spanning global health experts, students, and professionals from across the global health community.

The GHTechX is free to attend, and open to anyone interested in the field of global health. All sessions were fully virtual and were recorded for participants to watch at a later time. You can use this form to register for the GHTechX to watch the sessions following the live event dates.

The agenda includes over 130 sessions highlighting innovative topics and cutting-edge content. You can expect to see a mixture of featured plenary sessions, concurrent technical sessions (panels, presentations, and workshops), and networking sessions. Once you register, you can log in to the virtual platform to browse the full agenda!

Plenary sessions include: featured conversations with inspiring leaders in global health, career panels, in-depth sessions on advocacy and the global health journal process, and open networking sessions.

Technical sessions include sessions spanning the following tracks: COVID-19; Cross-Sectoral Engagement; Environmental Health; Family Planning and Reproductive Health; Global Health Security; Health Systems; HIV/AIDS; Humanitarian Relief; Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health; Noncommunicable Disease and Injury; Nutrition; and Other Infectious Disease.

Update 5/14/21: The conference organizers will move the recording to the GHTechX website and YouTube at the end of August. 

 

Global Health Science and Practice Technical Exchange
TypeToolYear of publication DiseaseAll Preventive Chemotherapy NTDsCountryAll Countries, Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Cote d’Ivoire, Ghana, Guinea, Mali, Niger, Senegal, Sierra Leone, TogoFocus AreasMass Drug Administration (MDA), MDA implementation, Community outreach, Drug procurement & supply chain support, Cross-border initiatives, Annual training for MDA, Support for NTD Sustainability, Advocacy and policies, Cross-sector collaboration, NTD governance, Strategic health information, Monitoring, Evaluation, Research, Learning and Adapting (MERLA), Disease-specific assessments, post-treatment surveillance, and related training, Disease & morbidity mapping & assessment, Learning & quality improvement, Data for decision-making, Operational research, Dossier developmentMedia TypePresentationPartnersWorld Vision