Future Health Systems researcher Nasreen Jessani from Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health will be chairing a panel session at the Global Forum on Research and Innovation for Health 2015, which is taking place in the Philppines on August 24 - 27.
The Panel is titled 'The network approach to strengthening health systems research capacity: experiences from the global South', and will be taking place on Wednesday, August 26th, from 16:30 - 17:45 in Meeting Room 4 at the Philippine International Convention Centre, Manila.
“LMIC-led” networked consortia have emerged in recent years as a novel attempt to develop health systems research (HSR) capacity. They are intended as a means of harnessing varied organizational strengths and establishing more sustained country capacity for HSR. Join Future Health Systems partners and other consortia from Sub-Saharan Africa and Asia peers at this talk show inspired panel session to share experience and learning on issues such as governance, priority setting, and donor negotiations; and to debate poignant questions around implementation challenges and longterm sustainability.
Nasreen Jessani @JohnsHopkinsSPH Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health, United States of America
Chrispus Mayora @Futurehealthsys Makerere University School of Public Health, Uganda - Africa Hub, Future Health Systems
Rosanna Rorstrom @ARCADEprojects Karolinska Institute, Sweden – ARCADE
Ermin Erasmus @hpsa_africa The University of the Witwatersrand,South Africa – CHEPSAA
Surekha Garimella @KeystoneHPSR Public Health Foundation of India, India – Keystone Initiative