Reem Goda, Clinical Pharmacist
As a recently graduated clinical pharmacist, I have been volunteering in public health awareness projects and providing people with medical advice since my first day of college.
Last May, I was lucky enough to attend the World Health Assembly at Geneva. Ever since, I have been especially passionate about public health causes, specifically how we can help people get the health care they deserve, along with strengthening the health system and universal health coverage.
Young Leaders for Health is the place I was looking for, because the future of our health depends on us - young people and future health care providers. Through these challenging cases, we will learn, have fun, and overcome lots of obstacles.
Throughout the last 5 years, I've had the chance to learn about many health issues that are endangering our health and wellbeing. To overcome this, I believe one of the most pressing infrastructure solutions is to build smart cities which implement eHealth strategies.