The UK’s first ever child health technology conference in March last year was a great success, bringing together 238 delegates from 19 different countries attendance including the UK, Ireland, Spain, Germany, Switzerland, Nepal, Taiwan, United Arab Emirates, Hungary, Italy, Slovakia, Israel, Canada, and the Netherlands. The excellent feedback we received from delegates inspired us to bring CHT2022 to the child health technology community this year with the help from our sponsors. Our aim is to reach out to the child health technology community across the world, to form a global community with the collective aim of improving the health and healthcare of children and young people through the development of technology. This year’s impressive speaker line-up reflects the global nature of this emerging community. Delegates will also have exclusive access to the Global Centres of Expertise area of the conference, a dedicated hub live on the virtual platform to access information from all corners of the globe around the latest in child health tech. Delegates will hear from speakers such as Timothy Chou and Alberto Tozzi from the US and Italy who will look at challenges to developing AI in paediatric medicine. They will introduce their moonshot mission to enable a new generation of paediatric applications based on access to all one million healthcare machines in all 500 children’s hospitals in the world. Dr Terry Fleming brings expertise in teenage mental health and digital tools in youth mental health all the way from the University of Wellington New Zealand. And Mike English, Senior Research Fellow at KEMRI-Wellcome Trust in Kenya looks at why technically optimised tools often fail to yield benefit and how a much better understanding of the real contexts in which work is done is needed to avoid huge amounts of research waste. At CHT2022, delegates will also have the opportunity to network after the first day of the conference at our exclusive networking event, with the aim of fostering lively discussion and debate and supporting new partnerships and collaborations.