2017 Health and Humanitarian Logistics Conference

2017 Health and Humanitarian Logistics Conference

The growing number of humanitarian crises due to wars and political unrest, natural disasters, food insecurity, infectious diseases, poverty, etc. affects millions around the world with devastating socioeconomic effects. Likewise, health systems around the world face challenges in responding to disease outbreaks, preventing and diagnosing disease, and promoting positive health outcomes among individuals and populations.

Health Systems: The Next Generation event

CHHS Hosts Health Systems Event, Sept 16th

The Georgia Tech Center for Health & Humanitarian Systems (CHHS) hosted a 1-day event on September 16th focused on improving health systems with leaders from across the fields of healthcare delivery and operations. The event included panel sessions on “Industry Trends in Healthcare Delivery," Educating the Next Generation in Health Systems” and "Alumni Response: What Should GT Do?", as well as presentations and posters on new research.

CHHS joins Scheller ILE to host Teresa Finley from UPS for IMPACT Series

CHHS joins Scheller ILE to host Teresa Finley from UPS for IMPACT Series

The Center for Health & Humanitarian Systems (CHHS) and the Institute for Leadership and Entrepreneurship at the Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business invite you to hear from Teresa Finley, of UPS, on the company's vision of its global and social impact as a worldwide leader in logistics with a broad humanitarian relief program.

2016 Conference on Health and Humanitarian Logistics

2016 Conference on Health and Humanitarian Logistics

The 2016 Conference on Health and Humanitarian Logistics will be held August 29-31 in Atlanta, GA USA. The conference, now in its eight year, will return to the Georgia Tech campus in Atlanta, GA USA. The event is co-organized by Georgia Tech, INSEAD, MIT and Northeastern University. The mission of the conference series is to stimulate innovation and build capacity to manage global health and humanitarian supply chains around the world.

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