GMHC2013: Stay Tuned to the Live-stream!

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The Global Maternal Health Conference is right around the corner! In an effort to engage a broad audience, the opening and closing ceremonies as well as the three plenaries will be live-streamed and archived. In addition, all conference sessions will be archived and available for viewing within 24 hours of presentation time.

Stay tuned to to access the live-stream and archived videos.

View the conference program here.

About the conference:
GMHC2013 is a technical conference for practitioners, scientists, researchers, and policy-makers to network, share knowledge, and build on progress toward eradicating preventable maternal mortality and morbidity by improving the quality of maternal health care.

The conference is co-sponsored by Management and Development for Health, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, and the Maternal Health Task Force at the Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, USA.

GMHC2013 will be held at the Arusha International Conference Center in Tanzania, January 15-17, 2013.

Interested in guest blogging?
Are you presenting at the Global Maternal Health Conference 2013 in Arusha, Tanzania? Do you plan to tune in to the live stream to view sessions remotely?

Join the team of guest bloggers for the conference! The MHTF is looking forward to a lively online scientific dialogue about the issues presented at the conference sessions. In an effort to fuel this conversation, we hope to engage a variety of perspectives–from various geographic regions and sub-fields–by connecting with health and development bloggers around the world.

You might be interested in writing a guest blog post if:

  • You would like to connect with a broader audience about the work you are presenting at GMHC2013,
  • You work in global health and development and would like to share your thoughts on how the issues discussed in the sessions relate to your work in your specific context,
  • You are working on similar issues to those discussed in the sessions, and would like to share your insights,
  • You have a passion for global health and writing, and would like to help synthesize lessons learned from the sessions.

Guest posts will be posted on the MHTF Blog and cross-posted on a number of other leading sexual and reproductive health, development, and global health blogs.

If you are interested in sharing a guest post, please contact Kate Mitchell (

Please also get in touch if you plan to post on your own blog or your organization’s blog. We would love to discuss linking to your posts and cross-posting content.

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