Dates for your diary: ReBUILD presents at the Global Symposium on Health Systems Research

The Global Symposium will take place in less than a month and we are delighted that ReBUILD will be involved in a range of events and presentations. Please make a note of them and come along to meet us!

30 September

9:00-11:00 Information sharing meeting of the Thematic Working Group for Fragile and Conflict affected states, Roof Terrace

1 October

11.00-11.30 Poster: Gendered Health Care coping in Northern Uganda: What are the gender and equity considerations in post conflict health systems strengthening? (Sarah Ssali, Robert Byabasheija, Pallen Mugabe, and Justin Namakula), Conservatory

11:00-11:30 Poster: Health worker incentives in post-crisis Zimbabwe (Yotamu Chirwa, Wilson Mashange, and Sophie Witter), Conservatory

13:20-13:50 Poster: The Impact of Health Financing Policies on Household Spending in Cambodia (Tong Kimsun, Chhim Chhun, Ge Yu, Tim Ensor, Fu-Min Tseng, and Barbara McPake), Conservatory

13:50-14:20 Poster: Contracting health services in Cambodia: From external to internal contracting models and its implications (Sreytouch Vong, Joanna Raven, and David Newlands), Conservatory

13:50-14:20 Poster: Health seeking behavior and impact of health financing policy on household financial protection in post conflict Cambodia: A life history approach (Bandeth Ros, Barbara McPake, and Suzanne Fustukian), Conservatory

14:30-16:00 Oral presentation: Health worker migration between and within private not-for-profit and public sectors: lessons from post- conflict northern Uganda (Justine Namakula, Sophie Witter, and Freddie Ssengooba), Meeting Room 1.41

16:00 – 16:30 Poster: Increasing access to health services in remote and rural areas through improved retention of health workers: Evidence from Sierra Leone (Haja R Wurie and Sophie Witter), Conservatory

2 October

16:00-16:30 Poster: Mobility of health staffs during conflict and post-conflict situations in a decentralized system, a case study of Northern Uganda (Richard Mangwi-Ayiasi, James Bagonza, Tim Martineau, and Elizeus Rutebemberwa), Conservatory

3 October

09:30-11:00 Organised session: New frontiers in advancing gender analysis in health systems research: context embedded approaches; intersectionality; and engagement with power and ethics (Sally Theobald, Moses Tetui, Eleanor Macpherson, Parthasarathi Ganguly, Tamanna Shamin, and Catherine Molyneux), Roof Terrace

11:00-11:30 Poster: The challenges and opportunities of conducting ethical and trustworthy qualitative research in health systems in post-conflict and fragile contexts: Reflections from a learning community (Sally Theobald, Sarah Ssali, Sreytouch Vong, Stephen Buzuzi, Haja Wurie, Sophie Witter, and Joanna Raven), Conservatory

13:20-13:50 Poster: Organizational Infrastructure for Service Delivery: A Case Study of Post-conflict Northern Uganda (Freddie Ssengooba, Vincent Kawooya, Justine Namakula, and Suzanne Fustukian), Conservatory

14.30-16.00 Panel: Path dependency and systems thinking in analysing health systems development in the aftermath of conflict (Barbara McPake), Meeting Room 1.61-1.62


One thought on “Dates for your diary: ReBUILD presents at the Global Symposium on Health Systems Research

  1. As ReBUILD Affiliates, we will also be presenting a couple of posters on the Thursday on our piloting of systems dynamics approaches to understanding health systems resilience. Look out for:

    Systems Dynamics Analysis of Health Systems Resilience: Case Studies from Cote d’Ivoire and Nigeria


    Operationalizing a systems thinking approach: Using group model building to develop health systems interventions


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