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Hera at hsr 2016


 

The Fourth Global Symposium on Health Systems Research (HSR2016) in Vancouver 16‐18 November will focus on building resilient and responsive health systems. hera will be there presenting on the IHP+ initiative and we have a poster on the outcomes of the Bangladesh study on capacity building investments for their health information system. Visit the conference website to download the programme. There is live-streaming coverage if you want to watch the plenary sessions and you can take part on social media following the hash tags  #hsr2016 and #HSGSpeaks.

hera at hsr 2016

hera partner Joe Decosas presents on this panel focused on effective development co-operation for strengthening health systems.

Effective Development Cooperation for Health Systems Strengthening – some perspectives of UHC2030
Novemebr 15,2016
12:30 PM  02:30 PM

Session host: International Health Partnership for UHC 2030
The International Health Partnership (IHP+) is evolving to become the International Health Partnership for UHC 2030 (UHC2030). The session will describe the partnership and the results and challenges in achieving better coordination around health systems, as well as examples of how UHC2030 can promote the use of research to strengthen health systems.

The International Health Partnership (IHP+) is evolving to become the International Health Partnership for UHC 2030 (UHC2030). The session will broadly describe the partnership, and then focus on the development effectiveness aspects of it, namely joint assessments, knowledge management, the successes and continued challenges in achieving better coordination around health systems strengthening, and examples of how UHC2030 can promote the use of research to strengthen health systems.

hsr 2016 E-poster Bangladesh Health Information System


The hera/hal health experts Bangladesh project is featured on an e-poster submitted by Ed Vreeke on behalf of the study team. The poster provides an overview of the research approach and illustrates a few of the team’s key findings. Download a copy of the poster here.