2010 Pacific Health Summit Report
Maternal and Newborn Health: The Crux of a Decent Humanity
The 2010 Summit took place in London and addressed the theme “Maternal and Newborn Health: The Crux of a Decent Humanity.” The report summarizes the key discussions and impact from the Summit, which brought together global leaders from science, industry, and policy with a goal of “changing the game.” Discussions spanned from innovations in technology and investment planning to the integration of other health agendas with MNH and beyond.
The Potential of Technology to Transform Maternal and Newborn Health: Reflections from a Gathering of Unlike Minds
This Q&A discussion features key leaders from different sectors examining the potential of innovative, appropriate tools to improve maternal and newborn health (MNH), as well as the business models that can effectively deliver these innovations to markets in Asia and around the globe. The conversation originally took place at a workshop of the 2010 Pacific Health Summit on Maternal and Newborn Health.
Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV (PMTCT) through a Health Literacy Lens
This collection of thoughtful voices from leaders across sectors explores the key successes and challenges, and potential of partnerships, in promoting the prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV (PMTCT). The discussion originally took place at a workshop of the 2010 Summit on Maternal and Newborn Health.
Universal Health Coverage: A Sine Qua Non for Improved and Sustained Maternal and Newborn Health?
This collection of unique voices explores the challenges and promise of universal health coverage in the context of maternal and newborn health.
About the Pacific Health Summit
Since its inception in 2005, the Summit mission was to connect science, industry, and policy for a healthier world. By fostering substantive, cross-sector communication, the Secretariat sought to catalyze strategic alliances that will produce long-term results and partnerships. Learn more.