Livestreams Health Systems Research Symposium, 31 Oct – 4 Nov 2022, Bogotá, Colombia
31/10 - 04/11/2022
31 October – 4 November 2022 in Bogotá (Colombia)
The theme of HSR2022 is ‘Health Systems Performance in the Political Agenda: Sharing lessons for current and future global challenges’. Learn about the theme and read the full theme document: English, Spanish, and French.
HSR2022 is a hybrid event. Read the whole programme here.
Be-cause health will be livestraming some events:
|Nov 2||5-6:30 pm (Brussels)|
11-12:30 am (Bogota)
|A “3 + 1 dimensions” model for more equity in care delivery through a comprehensive health protection system from West-Africa||André N’Ouemou – National Patient’s Rights Platform; Bineta Ndèye – Direction of departmental health insurance unit; Elies Van Belle – Memisa/ Be-cause health; Fatimata Diop – Association pour la Promotion de la Santé Dar Naïm (APSDN); Paul Bossyns – Health Unit & Social Protection, Belgian Development Agency (Enabel);l Ranaou Abaché – Ministry of Health Niger||This session discusses a comprehensive model of social health protection based on 4 distinct dimensions and compatible with the UHC WHO model. Field experiences from 4 West-African countries illustrate these dimensions rendering health care more equitable and accessible. Participants are challenged to apply the model on real-life cases.||Enabel|
|Nov 4||15:30-16:30 pm (Brussels)|
9:30-10:30 am (Bogota)
|Beyond Checklists: Enhancing Health Facility Assessments (HFA) for Learning Health Systems in Sub-Saharan Africa||Aline Semaan – Institute of Tropical Medicine Antwerp; Anteneh Asefa – Institute of Tropical Medicine Antwerp; Jacquie Oliwa – KEMRI-Wellcome Trust Research Programme; Karina Kielmann – Department of Public Health, Institute of Tropical Medicine; Lenka Benova – Institute of Tropical Medicine; Stella Arakelyan – Advanced Care Research Centre, Centre for Population Health Sciences, Ushers Institute, Edinburgh University||This round table presents recent experiences of inter-disciplinary teams adapting the conduct of HFAs in sub-Saharan African settings. Moderated discussion will examine opportunities for enhancing HFA through methodological innovation. This session will discuss implications for going “beyond checklists” to elucidate the learning systems environments within which interventions are introduced and institutionalized.||ITM, Rochus North|