2nd Congress on Women’s Health Innovations and Inventions: Addressing Unmet Needs
This event is hosted by Comtecmed.
Message from Congress co-chairs:
We are pleased to invite you to join us at the 2nd World Congress on Women’s Health: Innovations and Inventions (WHII 2020): Addressing Unmet Needs on November 3rd & 4th, 2020, in Tel Aviv, Israel.
Following a hugely successful WHII 2019, with over 570 participants from more than 30 nations, 150 speakers, 60 startup presentations, and 30 abstract presenters, we intend to continue and expand our reach into the Women’s Health domain, focusing on bridging that gap between the clinical unmet needs and the technological solutions.
Our sphere of influence has already been felt internationally and this will only develop as more and more key opinion leaders align themselves with WHII 2020.
This truly unique congress brings together physicians, other healthcare providers, technology experts, small and large companies, and investors, in order to explore and discuss the latest innovations and inventions that are shaping Women’s Health.
Women’s Health still has many unmet clinical needs; some of them being “unacceptable” or “unmentionable”, however, new technologies are being developed rapidly and are shaping the very nature of Women’s Health. As we envision the future, we should address ways to predict, prevent, diagnose, treat and follow up using these next generation technologies. This goal will not be achievable unless healthcare professionals and industry experts come together in order to share knowledge, research and the latest innovations.
WHII features keynote lectures, debates and many panel discussions from renowned experts that combine both medical discussions with industry presentations, with industry representatives coming from the smallest startups to the largest corporations. All our participants are encouraged to take an active role in the Congress by engaging faculty members in an open and unique environment, increasing the learning and creative opportunities. Participants can also be further involved in the Congress by submitting company presentations, papers for oral and poster presentations and an opportunity to participate in a unique start-up pavilion.