Top 10 healthcare webinars

Stanford, Fullscript, UN, Mass General Hospital, Harvard Medical, Cardinal Health, Google & Bupa are the businesses behind our Top 10 healthcare webinars

10. Cardinal Health

Cardinal Health is a global manufacturer and distributor of medical products and provides data solutions for healthcare facilities. Working in over 30 countries with 44,000 employees globally, Cardinal Health helps its customers grow. One method is through its webinars. ‘Becker’s Webinar: Supply chain strategies hospitals can't afford to ignore in 2023’, examined how healthcare providers are looking for new ways to support patients ‘in a financial and supply-constrained environment’.

Key learning points included how healthcare forecasts may affect the supply chain and how healthcare providers are reducing waste.

LinkedIn: Cardinal Health

9. Germany Trade & Invest

The goal at foreign trade agency Germany Trade & Invest is to encourage industrial and technological investments in Germany and to attract investors to its market. 

The webinar ‘Succeed in Germany’s Digital Healthcare Market (March 2023)’ gave an overview of current and future developments in Germany’s digital healthcare. 

Speakers included Julia Pietsch from Germany Trade & Invest, Johannes Ruppert, bvitg and Messe Berlin’s Andrea Hillmann and Karoline Werfel.

LinkedIn: Germany Trade and Invest

8. Stanford Online

Stanford Online is a portal for the Stanford School of Engineering’s academic and professional education offered throughout Stanford University. In ‘Stanford Webinar - The Digital Future of Health’, Stanford professors Dr. Bryant Lin and Dr. Oliver Aalami explore how digital technologies are impacting the healthcare sector across primary care, diagnostics, oncology and mental health.

LinkedIn: Stanford Online

7. Mental Health America

Mental Health America is a national nonprofit which promotes illness prevention, as well as good mental health and well-being. The team is fighting to close the mental health equity gap and advance awareness through public education. Community Health Workers are on the front line in public health crises. In the webinar ‘Scope of Work, Skills, And Roles of Community Health Workers’, presenters review how these healthcare professionals can support marginalised communities.

LinkedIn: Mental Health America

6. Google

Google started answering questions in June 2001. With half of the world’s population under the age of 30, just Googling an answer is a familiar method of answering questions to most humans. In recent years, questions about healthcare and AI have soared. 

In the webinar ‘Transformative impact of AI on Health | The Check Up ‘23 | Google Health’ Google Vice President Yossi Matias offers his experience with Google's AI work across the healthcare sector.

LinkedIn: Google

5. Mass General Hospital & Harvard Medical School

Mass General Hospital is a Higher Education company headquartered in Massachusetts, USA. Charles Bormann, Director of the IVF laboratory at Mass General Hospital, explores the IVF process and offers to answer questions on embryo quality and more, in this fertility webinar: ‘Embryo Selection and Transfer - Mass General Fertility Focus Webinar’.

There is also input from Harvard Medical School, ranked the best medical university in the world. 

LinkedIn: Mass General Hospital & Harvard Medical School

4. UN Climate Change

The United Nations was founded at the close of the Second World War, which saw 70m civilians and soldiers die. In the age of nuclear weapons, the UN’s goal was to maintain peace. Now, 193 Member States are dedicated to maintaining international security.

The UN faces global challenges and supports those in need. A growing number of those in desperate conditions are victims of climate change, which has a dramatic impact on health and wellbeing. In ‘Climate Change Negotiations and Health Webinar 2022’, the UN explores the links between climate change and health.  

LinkedIn: UN

3. Fullscript

Founded in 2011, Ottawa, Canada, digital health platform Fullscript assists healthcare practitioners as they build strong patient relationships.

Mitochondria are essential to cellular energy production and cell survival and in the ‘Healthy Aging: Care and Feeding of Mitochondria | Fullscript Webinar’, viewers learn about the relationship between mitochondropathies, ageing and loss of function, as well as the cancer risk and how to reduce fatigue.

LinkedIn: Fullscript

2. All Graduates Interpreting & Translating

There are over 400 languages spoken in Australia, 167 of which are Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages. While this makes for a vibrant cultural mix, it can make providing healthcare a challenge. 

Language services agency All Graduates provides services to the government, businesses and Not-For-Profits in content translation and professional interpreting, as well as multilingual, multi-channel messaging.

The webinar ‘Conversations: Aged Care Series - Webinar 1 Introduction to Aged Care Services in Australia’ is aimed at interpreters and translators who work in aged care settings. It is presented by Australian Multicultural Community Services (AMCS) and Centre for Cultural Diversity in Ageing (CCDA). 

LinkedIn: All Graduates Interpreting & Translating

1. Bupa

Bupa works across the world, from the UK to Australia, Spain to Chile, Hong Kong to Türkiye, Brazil to Saudi Arabia, and many other destinations, helping people to live longer, healthier, happier lives. With no shareholders, profits are poured back into providing healthcare for customers. 

During the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of people started to work from home for the first time. Bupa began a working from home series of webinars, helping customers to take care of themselves. In the webinar, ‘Bupa | Preventing and reducing muscle, bone and joint problems webinar’, Bupa explores preventing and reducing muscle, bone and joint problems.


LinkedIn: Bupa

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