GLOBEHEAL 2020 will provide a great platform for delegates to discuss and share their insights on the trends, issues, possible solutions to prevailing concerns in public health. Interested delegates are encouraged to participate in any of the roundtable discussions and gain maximum knowledge during the conference period.

Date: 14th February 2020
Time: 4.20 p.m. – 5.50 p.m.

Table 1 – Communicable Diseases

Topic – “Emergency Preparedness for Out Breaking Diseases”

Preventing, preparing for, and responding to infectious disease outbreaks demands a sustained and forward-looking investment in public health. Over the past few years, threats like the influenza A(H1N1)pdm09, Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus and the recent Ebola virus disease outbreak have highlighted challenges faced by the public health system related to infectious disease preparedness and response. This discussion will share expertise, and mount the kind of response needed to protect populations from the consequences of epidemics, whatever and wherever might be their origin.




Distinguished Visiting Global Health Scholar at the Dornsife School of Public Health

Table 2 – Women and Child Health

Topic –  Children’s Health Care and the Changing Role of Women”

The pivotal role of women as wife, mother or adult daughter in performing health-related activities for family members has received little attention from health researchers or policymakers. Despite important roles within their communities, too many women and children lack access to quality health care, compounding many other threats to their ongoing health and well-being. Healthy, educated and empowered women are better able to raise healthy, educated, and confident daughters and sons. By empowering women to overcome the effects of poverty and poor health, they can and will live full and productive lives – and so will their children, families, and communities. Thus, through this discussion, we are expecting to inspire women as they struggle to overcome obstacles and change the lives of their children for the better.




Senior Specialist and Director of Medical Research & Innovation
Johns Hopkins Medicine Affiliate Tawam Hospital, Al Ain UAE


Table 3 – Mental Health

Topic –  “Mental Health: Prevention and Promotion”

Increasing burden of mental illness has become a matter of grave concern not only for health care professionals but for every individual. It effects all the fronts of persons life i.e., ability to think, interact and act. And because of this fact protection, promotion and restoration of mental health should be the priority of society at large to have healthy and better quality of life. Now, the time has come where we need to collectively share responsibility and make an effort to work on policies and strategies to recognize and address the broader issues which promote mental health and well-being and not solely concerned with mental disorders.



Prof. Komal Verma Amity University Haryana India


Amity University Haryana

Round Table Agenda 


  1. Welcome and introduction by the moderator. (3mins)
  2. Introducing participants. (2mins)
  3. Identifying areas of common interest in the topic. Brainstorming of possible topics that can be discussed and selecting the top three topics. (15mins)
  4. Each member shares ideas and suggestions or experience that relates to topic 1, 2 and 3. (45mins)
  5. Presenting the discussed points and the outcome of each round table by the moderator to all audience in the conference hall. (10mins)


All conference participants are invited for this round table discussion.


Limited seats are available. Please register for one of the registration tables and reserve your seat.