REGISTRATION IS OPEN for the Global Digital Health Forum: Harnessing Digital Health Innovations!

Counting down the days until the 3rd annual Global Digital Health Forum (formerly the Global mHealth Summit),  at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center outside of Washington, DC, December 13-14, 2016!  
Click here to see the full agenda and follow the converation on Twitter #GDHF2016 @The_GDHNUse the conference app to plan your days.
This two-day event is presented by the Global Digital Health Network and USAID in partnership with PCHA features speakers from Google, Facebook, Microsoft, QualComm Wireless Reach, the USAID Global Development Lab, The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and Merck as well as dozens of health implementation organizations and tech firms. This year's event will be very interactive and include workshop style sessions in addition to panel presentations and fireside chats. We also will have a Networking “Appy Hour” Reception from 5-7pm on Tuesday as well as “lightening talk” poster presentations.  Several special luncheons and events are planned before, during and after the Forum.  This is the event to learn, share and engage with top global digital health partners and stakeholders from around the world.
Scholarships: The limited number of scholarships available thanks to the generosity of for Forum sponsors have now been awarded. Priority was given to accepted presenters coming from LMICs. Due to the overwhelming number of applications, we apologize that we are unable to send regret messages to everyone who applied. We understand the financial investment needed to attend a conference, particularly for those coming from an LMIC. We intend to be able to offer additional scholarships in future years. Please try again next year.
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Good reads:

"Planning for an interactive and engaging event" - a blog from Amanda BenDor, Co-Chair

"It Takes More Than Money: The Non-Financial Factors in Sustainability" - a blog from our July Deep Dive.

Click here to see the full agenda and follow the converation on Twitter #GDHF2016 @The_GDHN