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Future Health Systems at the ResUp MeetUp, Nairobi, 9-12 February 2015

Future Health Systems

Future Health Systems and Africa Hub partners will be participating at the ResUp MeetUp Symposium and Training Exchange in Nairobi from 9 to 12 February 2015, which will bring together members of the ResUp MeetUp community to share learning and best practice, and build capacity for research uptake

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Research methods for people-centred health systems: Social network analysis

Future Health Systems

As the first two plenary sessions have already highlighted, the focus of the Third Global Symposium on Health Systems Research here in Cape Town, South Africa, is on people-centred health systems. For FHS, which has unlocking community capabilities as a core theme, this is a welcome focus.

But if we're focusing on people-centred health systems, what are the implications for research? We've been exploring a number of methodologies during our research that we will be highlighting throughout the symposium.

For today, the focus is on social network analysis, or SNA.

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Two hops from FHS: What can our Facebook page tell us about our network?

Future Health Systems

The other week I had the good fortune of participating in an excellent meeting in Prague hosted by the Open Society Foundations: Policy Research, Technology and Advocacy Event @ the Hub. The event was designed to bring experts together from across Central and Eastern European think tanks to share ideas and learn from each other on innovative approaches to evidence-based advocacy and communications.

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