12th International Conference on Healthcare Systems & Global Business Issues

June 28–30, 2018 — Harlaxton College, Grantham, England


Conference Overview

This conference provides an excellent avenue for academics, practitioners, and students to present papers, learn from presentations as well as network and interact with delegates in a very friendly environment.

Call for Papers in PDF Format, Summarizing Information on Website


Contact for more information:  info@HSGBI.com

Bill Stoube
General Conference Chair,
Professor William B. Stroube,
University of Evansville

Ashish Chandra
Program Chair,
Professor Ashish Chandra,
University of Houston-Clear Lake

Stephen Timmons
Host Country Chair,
Professor Stephen Timmons,
University of Nottingham

Conference Date

June 28 – 30, 2018

Thursday, June 28: Conference Registration 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, Opening session 1:30 pm. Evening Banquet

Friday, June 29: Morning session 9:00 a.m., afternoon session begins at 2:00 pm, evening Harlaxton Village Tour

Saturday, June 30, Morning session 8:30 am, closing session noon, optional site visits in afternoon

Conference Location

Harlaxton College is  located in an historic English manor house built in the 1830’s.  The manor is located three miles from the Grantham railway station, from which many direct trains run to London Kings Cross Station each day with travel time of approximately one hour and fifteen minutes.  Harlaxton Manor has been used for many movies and television shows and will provide a unique setting for the conference with conference sessions in the state rooms.  A description of the history and heritage of Harlaxton Manor along with a slideshow is available on the Harlaxton Website

About the Host

The primary sponsor of the 2018 conference is the University of Evansville, located in Evansville, Indiana, USA. Harlaxton Manor is owned by the University of Evansville and since the 1970’s has been their British study abroad location.  Students from UE and other campuses study at Harlaxton each semester and during our five-week summer programs.  Students from over 30 universities have attended UE health services administration summer courses since 2002.