To solve these complex issues, we’re thinking outside the box and want to bring different industries, perspectives and expertise together. We call on individuals, organisations and policy makers to join us on the mission to drive meaningful change for women everywhere.
We’ve embarked on an ambitious journey to help drive change and build a more equitable healthcare system for women. Join us on this journey towards change. Share your story with us.
Despite significant advances in medicine, women across the Asia Pacific continue to face challenges that limit their access to healthcare, including cultural barriers, social stigma and lack of education. In this fireside chat, we discuss an all-important question: What does it take to ensure accessible healthcare for women?
This video was recorded by Roche colleagues from all over the world, proudly challenging the status quo and voicing our commitment to changing the facts in women's health.
XProject joins forces with HBA Basel and HBA Amsterdam to challenge the fundamental inequities and persistent barriers that stop women from receiving equal healthcare. We will discuss with top-notch experts from across the healthcare ecosystem ow innovation and collaboration are needed to create change to improve health outcomes for women everywhere.
Roche Press Day is an annual forum that promotes excellence in journalism through continuing debate on health care issues and the transformation of healthcare in Latin America. This year’s edition will examine women-focused healthcare and how to move towards an equitable healthcare model for everyone.
The InCube Challenge is an intensive entrepreneurship and design thinking challenge organised by the ETH Entrepreneur Club. Participants from different universities and backgrounds find themselves placed in a glass cube, faced with a real-world challenge and less than 100 hours to solve it.
Today, cervical cancer is one of the most preventable and treatable forms of cancer worldwide. Yet not everyone has access to innovative screening technologies. Join Durhane Wong-Rieger as she leads a panel of experts on how we can tackle barriers to access for cervical cancer screening methods.
Femtech has the potential to revolutionise women's health and wellbeing. Not only would this technology make it easier for women to manage their health, but it also helps fill gaps in medical research and knowledge about women's health.
Today more than ever, our world is driven by data – and missing data often leads to problems. Sex- and gender-related data is no exception. To provide better, more equitable health care, we need robust data to paint a better picture. And to have tailored healthcare that responds to the needs, experiences, characteristics and circumstances of all women, we need to understand what a women-centered approach to healthcare really means.
We set out to understand how to improve the overwhelming disparities with different initiatives, looking at different conditions and different aspects of barriers that impact the healthcare women receive.
Through a variety of methods and together with key partners. We will conduct research and host vital discussions to spark conversation that shed light on these long overlooked issues.
With the outcomes of the various research efforts, we aim to support evidence-based recommendations and insights for ourselves and all other actors in health systems, and elevate dialogue around the urgent need for change among key stakeholders and decision makers.