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#QualityHealthNaija: The Future of Health Conference 2019 is Here!!!

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After four hugely successful conferences, the 2019 Future of Health Conference will take place in Abuja on October 17, 2019!!! The quality of healthcare delivery will be at the heart of this year’s discussions, themed “Time to Focus on Quality in Healthcare: Improving Outcomes.”

Quality and safety in healthcare are goals that can be achieved through education, knowledge sharing, external evaluation and supporting health systems in Nigeria. Efforts to improve quality in healthcare will result in increased confidence in the Nigerian health sector.

Registration is now open for the 2019 Future of Health Conference!! The conference will take place at the Sheraton Hotels Abuja.
Why attend the #QualityHealthNaija Conference?

  • Learn — The conference is an ideal opportunity to hear and learn from experts in the healthcare sector. In addition to learning from renowned speakers, the Future of Health Conference presents an all-in-one platform to meet, ask questions, and learn from experienced colleagues.
  • Stay up-to-date — No matter how experienced you are in healthcare, chances are there is still something you need to learn at the Future of Health Conference. Attend and stay updated on what work is being done to improve the quality of healthcare delivery in Nigeria.
  • Network — With more than 400 healthcare leaders in attendance, the Future of Health Conference offers multiple opportunities to mix and mingle, form new and impactful relationships, and strengthen existing ones. Over tea or lunch, you can connect with colleagues from around the world. During a session, you could find yourself sitting next to a development partner or a start-up founder! Fun fact — several partnerships, start-ups and businesses originated from our past conferences!
  • Be Inspired — Our speakers come from diverse backgrounds and will share insights from their work driven by their passion to make the Nigerian health sector a better place. Come and be inspired! You might just get your next great idea here! you might find a mentor in your field or even become one.


Every year we curate an A-list of speakers doing incredible work in the health sector. This year is no different! Our speakers come from diverse backgrounds with a wealth of expertise and insights to share with delegates how we can improve quality service delivery in the Nigerian health sector!

Image credit: Nigeria Health Watch

Click here to learn more about the speakers

Exhibition slots are open for the 2019 Future of Health Conference!!!
Why exhibit?

  • Access over 400 healthcare professionals face to face — including government officials, international partners, heads of parastatals, top non-governmental organisations, health workers, development partners, researchers and health advocates.
  • Promote and demonstrate products and services directly to healthcare professionals
  • Associate your brand with Nigeria Health Watch — multiple award-winning NGO in healthcare media excellence
  • Introduce new products/services and test the market
Image credit: Nigeria Health Watch

For more information about the conference, please visit

Got questions or enquiries about partnership, exhibition or registration? Please send an email to
We can’t wait to see you at the Future of Health Conference 2019! It’s time for #QualityHealthNaija!

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