Insider Conversation: Global Health Funding - The Science of Global Health: What’s Next?

1/7/2015; 20 minutes

Over the last 20 years, international funding flows for health have increased to nearly $30 billion per year. However, funding for global health faces a number of transitions as additional areas seek support and the rising wealth in low-income countries is leading international donors to shift a greater share of the cost to domestic purses. Leading experts discuss the future of global health funding and how it might affect research activities. Speakers include Dean Jamison, Senior Fellow and Health Economist, UCSF; Roger Glass, Director, Fogarty International Center, National Institutes of Health; and Peter Singer, CEO, Grand Challenges Canada. Recorded on 10/02/2014. (#29020)

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