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 Seminar has long been a leading forum for the exchange of ideas on issues in health and health care affecting countries throughout the world. At these meetings agendas have been re-set affecting policy and practice in crucial areas, such as patient safety and the engagement of patients in medical decision making. In 2010, Salzburg Global Seminar launched a multi-year series of seminars to crystallize new approaches to global health and health care in the face of emerging challenges affecting us now and set to continue on through the coming generation.

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Mariam Kamoga Namata: The Action Starts with Us

Executive director calls for chain reaction to promote patient safety from the grassroot level up

Taking into Consideration Physical and Psychological Safety Both for Patients, Staff and Clinicians

Charles Vincent, clinical psychologist explains the importance of measuring physical and psychological safety for patients and staff

Moving Measurement into Action: Designing Global Principles for Measuring Patient Safety

Latest program in Health and Health Care Innovation multi-year series to focus on taking patient safety to "the next level"

5 Risks the World Needs to Get Real About

From climate change to the erosion of trust, the world is facing many challenges. Before we can find solutions we need to well-understand the problems

Salzburg Global Fellows Call for New Efforts to Promote Vaccination Acceptance

Principal authors of Salzburg Statement will create International Working Group on Vaccination and Public Health Solutions

Building Bridges - Outlining the Next Steps Forward

Fellows from Bridging Worlds: How Can We Use Business and Economic Development Strategies to Support Better Health? present their recommendations

Designing Better Systems for People to Live In

Democracy Collaborative co-founder and president Ted Howard discusses existing inequalities in the United States

Building Bridges - Knowledge Cafe

Facilitators discuss main lessons from Knowledge Cafe during Salzburg Global program, Bridging Worlds: How Can We Use Business and Economic Development Strategies to Support Better Health?

Bridging Worlds - Making the Most of the Systemic Interconnected Approach

Salzburg Global Fellows consider how to best achieve alignment across sectors connecting inclusive economies and health

Hot Topic - Fellows Define How Businesses Can Promote Inclusive Growth

Salzburg Global Fellows share their views during the Salzburg Global program Bridging Worlds: How Can We Use Business and Economic Development Strategies to Support Better Health?
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