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October 21, 2016

International Health at the Global Symposium on Health Systems Research - 2016

International Health faculty, staff and students will be involved in over 30 sessions at this year's conference. We'll also be in the Marketplace with information about our research and educational opportunities for professionals. Check out our list of presentations below. This information will be updated as the conference approaches.  

Health Systems Blog
Stories about our Health Systems Program, featuring upcoming highlights from the Global Symposium on Health Systems Research

Department of International Health Peer-Reviewed Articles 2006 - 2015

DateTimeSession TitleLocationType of PresentationHopkins Representative
Monday, Nov. 148am - 12pmHow to Do Gender Analysis in Health Systems ResearchMeeting Room 1600, Harbour Centreskills building sessionRosemary Morgan, Visiting Assistant Scientist, DIH; Asha George, Assistant Professor
Monday, Nov. 143 - 5pmGetting there: working within existing health systems to overcome barriers to maternal and reproductive health careMeeting Room 7satellite sessionKrishna Rao, Assistant Professor
Tuesday, Nov. 158:30am - 5pmGovernment-led partnerships to leverage data and implementation research for health systems strengthening in AfricaFairmont Pacific Rim Hotel Emerald Ballroom eventJohns Hopkins Institute for International Programs, along with Doris Duke Charitable Foundation
Tuesday, Nov. 158am - 12pmHealth policy and systems research teaching and learning “clinic”Meeting Room 1430, Harbour Centreskills building sessionMeike Schleiff, student; David Peters, Chair & Professor
Tuesday, Nov. 159am - 11amA Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on implementation researchMeeting Room 12satellite sessionKunle Alonge, Assistant Scientist
Wednesday, Nov. 168:30 - 10:30amOpening Plenary: Resilient and responsive health systems: learning from frontline experiences - will be giving the official opening welcome addressExhibition Hall AplenarySara Bennett, Professor
Wednesday, Nov. 1611am - 12:30pmThe ethics of health systems research priority-setting - moderatingMeeting Room 18thematic working groupAdnan Hyder, Professor & Director
Wednesday, Nov. 1611am - 12:30pmHow Multimedia can help to improve and innovate health services and systems Ballroom Cmultimedia sessionShuyuan Cheng, DrPH Student
Wednesday, Nov. 1612:30 - 2pmThe 10 Best Resources on Power in Health Policy and SystemsPN: PP-lc33poster presentationVeena Sriram, student
Wednesday, Nov. 162 - 3:30pmImproving outcomes through community based initiatives: The effectiveness of community-based primary health care in improving child and maternal health: a comprehensive review of interventions, approaches and implementation strategiesMeeting Room 1oral sessionHenry Perry, Senior Scientist
Wednesday, Nov. 164 - 5:30pmPartnered approaches to understanding health systems: university partnerships, data platforms, tools and measures. Expanding the DHIS2 web-based health information platform to allow statistical analysis of multisectoral data for improved monitoring and evaluation of MNCH&N programsMeeting Room 10oral sessionElizabeth Hazel, Research Associate
Wednesday, Nov. 164 - 5:30pmComplexity theory and health systems: Exploring feedback and effects of immunization systems interventions on Afghanistan’s health system using system dynamics modelingMeeting Room 16oral sessionHolly Schuh, student
Wednesday, Nov. 164 - 5:30pmUnlocking community capabilities as essential for health systems resilience in low and middle income countries: reflections on health systems experience and research across diverse contextsMeeting Room 19organized sessionAsha George, Assistant Professor
Thursday, Nov. 1711am - 12:30pmHealth reform – governance: Power, policy and specialty development - the case of emergency medicine specialization in IndiaMeeting Room 10oral sessionVeena Sriram, student
Thursday, Nov. 1711am - 12:30pmOpportunities and challenges: integrating mHealth into low and middle income health systemsMeeting Room 12organized sessionAlain Labrique, Associate Professor
Thursday, Nov. 1712:30 - 2pmDo Researchers Uphold Principles of Ethics in Health Systems Research?—Empirical Evidence from an Online Survey poster presentationKate Allen, Assistant Scientist
Thursday, Nov. 1712:30 - 2pmThe opportunities and costs of participation: How power inequalities are mediated through village health committees in northern India poster presentationKerry Scott, part-time faculty associate
Thursday, Nov. 1712:30 - 2pmBuilding tools, systems and capacity for government-led evaluation of maternal newborn child health and nutrition policies and programs: the National Evaluation Platform Tanzania experience poster presentationRebecca Heidkamp, Assistant Scientist
Thursday, Nov. 1712:30 - 2pmDevelopment of a Global Database for Health Policy and Systems Research Training Opportunities poster presentationMeike Schleiff, student
Thursday, Nov. 172 - 3:30pmEffective leadership for resilient health systems: results from a multi-country studyMeeting Room 17organized sessionDavid Peters, Chair & Professor
Thursday, Nov. 172 - 3:30pmNegotiating power and politics when transitioning health programs from external to local supportMeeting Room 19organized sessionDaniela Rodriguez, Assistant Scientist
Friday, Nov. 1810:30am - 12pmModels, risks and challenges of transitioning health programs from donors to countries: finance and governanceMeeting Room 1organized sessionSara Bennett, Professor
Friday, Nov. 1812:30 - 2pmCommunitization of health services in Nagaland, India: Lessons learned after more than a decade of implementation poster presentationAvril Kaplan, student
Friday, Nov. 1812:30 - 2pmExamining domains of community health nurse satisfaction and motivation: results from a mixed-methods baseline evaluation in rural Ghana poster presentationEmma Sacks, part-time Associate
Friday, Nov. 1812:30 - 2pmReturn on Investment From Childhood Immunization in Low- And Middle-Income Countries poster presentationGrace Morgan, student
Friday, Nov. 1812:30 - 2pmDoes Doctor Quality Matter? A Study on the Effect of Provider Competency on Visits to Primary Health Centers in India poster presentationAshley Sheffel, student
Friday, Nov. 1812:30 - 2pmAssessing the effect of nurse mentoring and training on worker motivation in Bihar, India poster presentationJaya Gupta, student
Friday, Nov. 181:30 - 3pmIntegrating ethical values and human rights concerns into health system operations: A health justice scale for policy ethics in health systems strengtheningMeeting Room 9oral sessionAfsan Bhadelia, student