We are extremely grateful to all the organisations who have already committed to partnering with us to deliver an excellent ECTMIH 2023.
Each and every one of these organisations will make a distinct and most valuable contribution to our congress programme and we look forward to collaborating with all of our partners to deliver our vision for ECTMIH 2023 together.
Our mission as healthcare professionals is to protect the future health of our planet on behalf of all children in the world and subsequent generations.
We are a collective of like-minded individuals, and combine our efforts and network to support the exponential acceleration of the transition into a sustainable and equitable society and healthcare sector.
The Amsterdam Institute for Global Health & Development (AIGHD) is a research and education institute with a mission to address global health challenges by conducting interdisciplinary research, generating key insights and solutions, and educating the next generation of global health leaders.
AIGHD aspires to accelerate progress by sharing knowledge and insights with policy makers, NGOs and the scientific community.
Utrecht is growing and preparing for the future. The number of people living in our city is on the rise: Today, 350,000 people call Utrecht home, and in 20 years’ time, that number will grow to around 455,000.
We want to make sure that our city is a healthy and enjoyable place for these people to live and work. We also want to make sure that they can travel across, in and out of the city quickly and easily, and have plenty of things to do in their spare time.
Erasmus School of Health Policy & Management (ESHPM) is a leading faculty for education and research in the field of health policy and management.
Multidisciplinary research is characteristic of ESHPM. Scientists from various fields (such as health economics, health law, organizational sciences, administrative sciences and medical sociology) work closely together in the field of healthcare.
Nederlandsche Vereeniging voor Tropische Geneeskunde (NVTG) or the Dutch Society for Tropical Medicine and International Health was founded in 1907and is dedicated to the improvement of the health care in low- and middle income countries.
NVTG supports and stimulates research, provides education and promotes the exchange of expertise and knowledge in the field of tropical medicine and international health. It also contributes to Dutch health care from a global health perspective.
Tropical Medicine & International Health (TMIH) is the Official Journal of the Federation of European Societies for Tropical Medicine and International Health.
TMIH covers a wide range of topics, offers free immediate access to a generous proportion of its contents and full open access to all contents after twelve months. Attracting and supporting authors from tropical and low-income countries is a priority.
The Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute (Swiss TPH) is a world-leading institute in global health with a particular focus on low- and middle-income countries.
Associated with the University of Basel, Swiss TPH uniquely combines research, education and services on a local, national and international level. We aim to improve the health and well-being of people through a better understanding of disease and health systems and by acting on this knowledge.
Our translational approach, from innovation and validation to application, enables us to bring novel diagnostics, drugs and vaccines directly to people, communities, policy and decision makers. Throughout, we pursue a spirit of partnership and strive for sustainable impact in over 100 countries.
More than 900 employees and students work at Swiss TPH, focusing on infectious and non-communicable diseases, environment, society and health as well as health systems and interventions. Our expertise spans from the bench to the field, from basic to operational, from molecular to spatial, and from genes to health systems.
The Utrecht University Centre for Global Challenges (UGlobe) is a centre for research, education and impact addressing major global issues.
We do this by encouraging a global perspective at Utrecht University, and through close collaboration with societal partners from around the world. Our collaborations involve ambitious experimental flagship projects that integrate research, education and impact.
Prospective partners! We warmly invite you to participate in shaping ECTMIH2023!
We look forward to welcoming you as our partner in this exciting opportunity to convene expertise from around Europe and the globe, and to give a platform to the health leaders of tomorrow.
There are numerous ways to get involved in ECTMIH20233, including hosting your satellite session, co-sponsoring specific events and activities, such as the Planetary Health edition of the Dutch Global Health Film Festival, or supporting the participation of researchers from abroad, in particular low- and middle-income countries.
Download our partnership brochure below for further details on the options available and most suited to your organisation's interests.