Events - 14.09.2021 - 00:00
14. September 2021. Health is one of the most important sectors of the Swiss national economy – 12 per cent of the GDP is spent on healthcare with its more than 300,000 employees. The anticipation of technological, institutional and processual changes, as well as the exploitation of new opportunities, are therefore of social relevance. The SanktGaller Gesundheitsforum accompanies this change with evening programmes about selected topics. The forum, which will take place for the first time in Autumn Semester 2021, was produced in cooperation with the City of St.Gallen and the St.Gallen Health Network. Participation will be free of charge and registration is not necessary. In connection with Covid-19, the 3G certificate obligation applies and the room load is two-thirds.
Overview of the topics for the opening evening on Wednesday, 22 September 2021, and the following events:
The lecture evenings take place in "The Stage" at St. Jakob-Strasse 21 in St.Gallen.
As a teaching and research institute, the School of Medicine of the University of St.Gallen is responsible for the organisation of the Joint Medical Master (JMM-HSG/UZH) and the courses of the Chair of Management in the Health Sector. The SanktGaller Gesundheitsforum has been set up as a new public teaching and discussion element, which is intended to bring together people with an expertise and interest background on a regular basis.
You can find the flyer about the SanktGaller Gesundheitsforum with further information and an overview of the programme in the context column.
Contact point for questions:
Head of Services & Marketing, School of Medicine (Med-HSG)
+41 71 224 32 07, doris.brand(at)unisg.ch
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