The Health and Health Care Innovation series puts people and communities at the heart of systems transformation for healthy societies. Through expanding partnerships, the series works with public and private sector decision makers to enhance strategic leadership and foresight, prioritizing patients’ wants and needs in health care and empowering citizens to lead healthier lives.


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Salzburg Global Pilots New Leadership Initiative

Impact Fellows will perform a variety of roles within Salzburg Global and take part in cross-cultural learning and capacity building

Diversity and Digital Health Care: The Shuri Network

Sciana Network member Shera Chok is carving out a platform for women from minority backgrounds in the UK’s National Health Service

Reflecting on the Past Year and How We Move Forward Together

We reveal our plans for 2021 and how supporters can help us fulfill our mission

Using data for better health

Ioana Gligor, from the European Commission, discusses the new European Health Data Space proposal with the Sciana Network

New Administration – New Commitment to Global Health?

As President Biden recommits to the WHO and the international community, Salzburg Global Fellow Andrea Feigl, Thomas Roades, and Erin Gregor - all of the Health Finance Institute - argue the incoming administration should invest more in the global fight for better health

Tackling Chaos and Complexity: Health Leadership for a New Era

Special envoy of WHO on COVID-19 David Nabarro speaks at latest webinar

Fourth Sciana Network cohort revealed

Sciana: The Health Leaders Network announces its latest members

Sciana members discuss next steps in fighting COVID-19

Members and foundation staff hear from Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovation's Frederik Kristensen

Delivering a COVID-19 vaccine: what happens when one is approved?

Members and foundation staff will hear from Frederik Kristensen, deputy CEO of CEPI

Improving Access to Dementia Care Resources in Rural Communities

Salzburg Global Fellow Mary Pat Sullivan discusses her research and improving dementia care in remote and rural Canadian communities
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