The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington, The Lancet, the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, Harvard School of Public Health, and the University of Melbourne School of Population and Global Health.
What is GHME?
The Global Health Metrics & Evaluation (GHME) conference brings together under one roof all the disciplines involved in global health measurement and evaluation to promote a better understanding of the possible approaches to population health measurement. By recognizing the importance of transparency in research, GHME encourages discussion and debate, with the purpose of improving the latest tools, technology, and methods and implementing them in global health.
Who should come
People who are interested in cutting-edge science, who want to learn from others in their fields and in other fields. Specifically, researchers, academic leaders, students, policymakers, non-governmental organizations, foundations, country offices of health statistics, and national and multinational health organizations.
How is GHME different?
While some conferences are topic-related and others are discipline-related, GHME specifically brings together multiple disciplines to discuss the major challenges and innovations in measuring and evaluating the broad range of topics that make up population health. GHME is an opportunity for health researchers, policymakers, advocates, and donors to build a global network that continues beyond the conference.
What will I learn?
GHME will be the place to hear firsthand about innovative methods from the researchers who created them; the latest measurement controversies debated by the researchers involved; how data were transformed into effective policy for improved population health by policymakers; and mapping tools and data visualizations by the people who created them.
How can I participate?
For specific inquiries please contact [email protected].
For more information about GHME please visit the conference website at www.ghme.org.