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Global Medical Discourse 2.0 to Ally, Mentor and Honor on Nov 4

Global Medical Discourse

Global Medical Discourse 2.0 is set to be hosted by Central  on November 4, and the transformational initiative is set to stimulate and advocate for “allyship, mentoring, and honor” to build a formidable health ecosystem

According to the Founder, Sarah Nana Yeboah, “Global Medical Discourse is designed to ally, coach and mentor with transforming the next generation of leaders entering the health force”.  
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She also said, “there will be special honors to some selected public service providers across all walks of life, who are key stakeholders in the health field.”

The Global Medical Discourse 2.0 Summit is to inspire the next generation of Ghana’s Health workers to raise the bar and aspire to take up the torch from trailblazers.

The Summit, which was successfully launched at Alisa Hotel on Tuesday, will be hosting Students (from Junior high through the Second cycle to Tertiary institutions), Corporate bodies, Government and Non – Governmental organizations, media, and the General Public.

According to the keynote speaker for the summit, Mr. Scofray Nana Yaw Yeboah, a certified professional coach, and a corporate trainer said, “the focal point of the summit is to trigger a safe space for hybrid management and employee relations of “allyship and mentoring” to create a strategic space for the conducive environment, social support and productive corporate governance.”

The organizers ensures series of engaging activities for all participants on the day of the event. From Exhibition through to Panel discussion

The event is strictly by invitation but free.

Participants should visit sangyglobal.org to register

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