COVID-19 pandemic has been widely affected to whole society globally since 2020 and the health system and healthcare services were also disrupted. Nowadays, the number of infected cases has been decreasing and the number of deaths is also lowered all over the world. The problems of healthcare services, health inequities, and political dilemmas are reported in low- and middle-income countries even before COVID-19 and rising during COVID-19 pandemic. Ensuring healthy lives and promoting well-being for all at all ages is one of the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), to be achieved by 2030 which requires the health sectors and policy support from multi-sectoral sectors as all affect health and inequities in health. To generate evidence on post COVID-19 pandemic health inequity and preparing countries for future pandemics though a responsive health system and its building blocks: 1) service delivery; 2) health workforce; 3) information; 4) medical products, vaccines, and technologies; 5) financing; and 6) leadership and governance. To strengthen overall systems and facilitate achieving global health targets of the SDG, the effective network and collaboration across multi-stakeholders is important. Therefore, “Post-Covid Health Equity” will be the theme for the17th Postgraduate Forum on Health Systems and Policies in 2023. The 17th Postgraduate Forum will be organized as hybrid international conference.
|First announcement:||15 October 2022|
|Registration and abstract submission opening:||13 February 2023|
|Abstract Submission Deadline:||31 March 2023|
|Abstract Acceptance Notification:||15 May 2023|
|Registration Deadline:||15 June 2023|