HSR2018 welcomes the participation of the media across the globe to share and present the issues raised and debates that take place around the Symposium theme of achieving Universal Health Coverage (UHC) for all in the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) era.
All press releases will be widely shared across HSR2018 channels and with the media.
- News release: Experts spotlight the #MeToo movement as critical to achieving good health as part of the SDGs
Health Systems Global, 16 October 2018
- Media release: Experts call on leaders to tackle inequalities preventing poor communities from living healthy lives
Health Systems Global, 5 October 2018
Reports, opinion pieces and blogs will be published on our Media coverage page in the run-up, during and following HSR2018, presenting the broad perspectives around the Symposium.
The HSR2018 Communications Toolkit is now available! It contains everything you need to help you take part in the conversation, whether you will be joining us in Liverpool or participating from afar!
Details for press registration are available on our Press registration page. Registration for the press will be free, pending accreditation.
HSG Media Fellowship
The HSG Media Fellows will be undertaking cutting-edge investigations on critical health systems and health policy topics in diverse contexts and settings ahead of HSR2018. The idea is to promote high quality and diverse journalistic practices that address critical health systems and health policy related topics. Meet the HSG Media Fellows!
For further information, please contact Vivienne Benson firstname.lastname@example.org or +44 1273 915653