Attend a G20 digital health event!
Saudi Arabia will host the G20 global digital health summit virtually next week from Tuesday 11 – Wednesday 12 August.
Registration is free for the summit which focuses around pandemics with topics like health policy, digital epidemiology, prediction models, behavioural medicine, wellness technology, artificial intelligence, and robotic process automation.
Speakers are international digital health leaders and experts including Australian Deputy Chief Medical Officer, Professor Michael Kidd and Institute CEO Dr Louise Schaper who is on the advisory panel.
The Summit aims to conclude with the “Riyadh Digital Health Declaration” to leverage digital technologies in support of public health innovation in combatting COVID-19 pandemic, its current, and future impact.
The Saudi G20 Presidency began on 1 December 2019 and ends on 30 November 2020. The Leaders’ Summit will be held on 21-22 November 2020 in Riyadh. In the run-up to the Summit, the Presidency will host more than 100 meetings and conferences, including ministerial meetings, as well as meetings of officials and representatives from civil society.