Live insights from Malaysia, South Korea, the UAE and UNWTO

The medical travel sector faces major challenges with the spread of the Coronavirus across the globe and the resulting impact on healthcare providers and the restrictions on movement. Keith Pollard, IMTJ Editor in Chief, is chairing a panel of experts from three leading medical travel destinations and the UN World Travel Organization in this free to attend webinar. It will give you the insight you need to plan the road to recovery for your medical travel business.

The complimentary seminar will be held on Wednesday 8 July, 10:00 – 11:15 BST / 11:00 – 12:15 CEST.

Chaired by Keith Pollard, IMTJ Editor in Chief, our panel of experts include:

Sherene Azli, CEO, Malaysia Healthcare Travel Council.

Sherene will outline how Malaysia has combatted COVID-19, how the country is responding to the medical travel hiatus and their roadmap to recovery.

Rahul Shukla, Manager – International Patient Centre at NMC Healthcare, UAE.

Rahul believes that the Darwinian theory of ‘Survival of the Fittest’ will be prominent in re-establishing the medical travel marketplace. Destinations and providers will need to rethink their approach to attracting international patients and delivering services

Jin Ki Nam, Professor, Yonsei University, South Korea.

South Korea’s response to the threat of COVID-19 has been reported around the globe. Jin Ki Nam will share his insight on the factors behind their success.

Michel Julian, Officer, Tourism Market Intelligence and Competitiveness, UNWTO.

Michel will share his view on COVID’s impact on travel and the steps that countries are making to facilitate future travel, and when we may get back to some form of normality.