15.24, Wednesday 14 November 2018
On Monday 8 October, the Academy of Medical Sciences, in partnership with The Lancet, hosted the 2018 International Health Lecture at the Wellcome Collection, London. For more information about the event please visit this page.
The International Health Lecture provides a platform for leaders in global health to discuss topics of international significance, promoting debate, discussion and the exchange of ideas on current research.
This year's lecture was presented by Dr Irene Akua Agyepong, a public health physician currently based in the Research and Development Division of the Ghana Health Service (GHS), under the title: Universal Health Coverage: Global policy agenda breakthrough or great white elephant?
The lecture drew on Dr Agyepong’s experience in public health leadership, and her expertise in health policy and systems research. Read more about Dr Agyepong's experiences and motivations in this interview.
For more information about the lecture series, including past events, please visit this page.