MedGlobal Conference + Gala 2022: Wars, COVID-19, Climate Change and Health

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MedGlobal Conference + Gala 2022: Wars, COVID-19, Climate Change and Health

Calling all medical + humanitarian advocates to attend our annual conference + gala focused on: Wars, COVID-19, Climate Change and Health

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Chicago Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile 540 Michigan Avenue Chicago, IL 60611

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About this event

MedGlobal Days 2022 is an incredible opportunity to connect and learn!

The MedGlobal Conference- Wars, COVID-19, Climate Change and Health will take place November 18-19th, 2022 in charming Chicago, IL. The conference will take place 8 AM - 5 PM CST on Friday, November 18th and 8 AM - 2 PM CST on Saturday, November 19th.

It will address the impact of these factors in addition to many practical issues affecting the provision of healthcare to the most vulnerable populations in disaster regions including the refugees, IDPs, patients in low and middle income countries, and victims of conflicts and disasters in Ukraine, Syria, Yemen, Lebanon, India, Pakistan, the Palestinian territories, Bangladesh, Venezuela, Colombia, Ethiopia, and Sudan.

The conference will end with the MedGlobal Gala featuring keynote speakers, performances, and an awards ceremony. The Gala will take place on Friday, November 18th from 7 - 10 PM CST.

Hotel Information:

Chicago Marriott Magnificent Mile

540 Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL 60611

Book your hotel room HERE

MedGlobal is a humanitarian and health non-governmental organization (NGO) working to serve vulnerable communities around the world by providing innovative, free, and sustainable healthcare. Our health services support refugees, displaced persons, and other marginalized communities in conflict-affected and low-resource settings around the world.

Below is the Conference agenda:

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