This meeting took place on March 15th, 2018. If you missed it, or would like to view it again, you can now watch the recording of the meeting below. You can also download the presentation slides - they are available next to the speakers' names below.
Date and time: 15 March 2018, 09:00 to 11:00 EST
Location: Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, Room 806, Rome Building, 1740 Massachusetts Ave., N.W. Washington, D.C. 20036
A “learning-by-doing” approach, using tools and techniques that are inclusive, participatory, and flexible, can help engagement and learning in different contexts to improve the delivery of health services. This DC Health Systems Board event will bring together researchers and practitioners to share their experiences of engaging and working alongside service providers, beneficiaries, officials, and other local stakeholders through implementation research, and to discuss tools that can support such processes.
This event includes the launch of a new journal supplement entitled Engaging stakeholders in implementation research: lessons from the Future Health Systems Research Program experience. The supplement highlights Future Health Systems’ learning from over a decade of implementation research with people and organisations leading the transformation of health systems in Bangladesh, China, India, Nigeria, and Uganda.
- Douglas Glandon, Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health, USA - 10 Best resources for Community Engagement in Health Systems Research
- Elizabeth Ekirapa-Kiracho, Makerere University School of Public Health, Uganda - Using Participatory Impact Pathway Analysis (PIPA) in Uganda
- Lara Ho, International Rescue Committee, USA - Participatory Action Research and its role in building trust in Liberia
- Ligia Paina, Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health, USA - Theories of Change as a means to engage diverse stakeholders