Uppsala Health Summit - the Meeting
Uppsala Health Summit is an international arena where delegates participate in solution-oriented dialogues in workshops, inspired by keynote presentations and debates in plenary sessions. Delegates come from different sectors and countries, and bring a diverse set of competencies to the tables, which creates the best conditions for enriching conversations and opportunities for establishing useful new relations.
Uppsala Health Summit goal is to bring together different perspectives to address identified challenges and dilemmas in order to improve utilization of advancements in science and innovations for better health globally.
One month prior to the Summit, all delegates receive the Pre-Conference Report. This document summarise the state-of-the-art research on the topics that the workshops will elaborate on.
About 200 delegates attend the Summit at Uppsala Castle. Delegates are personally invited, to ensure a broad multi-sectorial and international group that are well acquainted with the challenges and obstacles and ready to discuss solutions. The Summit gathers representatives from academic research, industry, civil society, politics, healthcare and public sector.
Uppsala Health Summit is run as a collaborative effort between Swedish public and not-for-profit partners, well anchored in national and international health and healthcare challenges. The collaboration is led by Uppsala University.
A successful Summit is a meeting where not only new solutions have been drafted, but where also new alliances and collaborations have been formed.