Research for stronger health systems during and after crisis

ReBUILD at HSR2016

Friday, 28 Oct 2016

Health after conflict - Rebuilding the system

Join ReBUILD and partners’ sessions at the

4th Global Symposium on Health Systems Research

14th-18th November 2016, Vancouver Convention Centre

#HSR2016    @ReBUILDRPC       #HSRFCAS

ReBUILD partners are looking forward to sharing our work on health systems in post conflict and post crisis settings at HSR2016.

Join us for the organised sessions and skills building sessions being run by ReBUILD, by RinGs and by the Thematic Working Group on Health Systems in Fragile and Conflict affected States - Details below

Meet us at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine stand in the marketplace

Further details on individual presentations, posters and other activities will also appear here.

Organised sessions:

Understanding health system resilience in conflict and crisis affected settings: a multimedia reflection

  • Thursday 17th November 2pm – 3.30pm
  • Ballroom C

 

 

How to promote a resilient heath workforce in conflict affected areas: insights from health workers and policy-makers

  • Friday 18th November 8.30 – 10.00am
  • Meeting room 18

 

 

Modelling health systems resilience in contexts of conflict: Identifying emerging lessons from case studies in Cote dIvoire, Northern Nigeria and Gaza.

  • Thursday, 17 November     11:00am - 12:30pm
  • Meeting room: 13

 

 

With the RinGs programme on Gender and Ethics:

Building Resilient and Responsive Health Systems in Fragile and Conflict Affected Contexts: Equity, Rights and Gender

  • Wednesday 16th November 11am – 12.30pm
  • Meeting room 19

Power and prejudice: How does inequity play out in the institutions and processes of health systems research?

  • Wednesday 16th November 2pm – 3.30pm
  • Meeting room 13

 

 

 

With the Thematic Working Group on Health Systems in Fragile and Conflict Affected States

Building health system resilience in fragile states emerging from conflict or other forms of severe disruption

  • Wednesday 16th November 2pm – 3.30pm
  • Meeting room 8

 

Skills-Building sessions:

Using life histories to understand and support health systems and their resilience

  • Tuesday 15th November 8am – 12pm
  • Harbour Centre – Room 1420

 

 

 

With the RinGs programme on Gender and Ethics:

How to do gender analysis in health system research

  • Monday 14th November 8am – 12pm
  • Harbour Centre – Room 16

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Individual oral presentations and poster presentations:

16th November

12.30pm Poster presentations:

 

2pm Oral presentation:

  • Contributing to the development of adaptive policies for rural areas: lessons from post crisis Zimbabwe
    • Yotamu Chirwa
    • Oral presentation - Room 16
  •  Effects of the crisis on health workers and how they coped in Zimbabwe
    • Pamela Chandiwana
    • Room 16

4pm Oral presentation:

  • Resilience in Fragility – Universal Health Coverage in Conflict & Post Conflict Situations: A case of Gulu District, Northern Uganda
    • Sarah Ssali
    • Room 14

17th November

 

12.30pm Poster presentations:

  • Conducting research during the Ebola crisis: optimising partnerships through the ELRHA initiative
    • Joanna Raven

 

  • How gender roles and relations affect health workers’ training opportunities and career progression in rural Zimbabwe: Implications for equitable health systems
    • Stephen Buzuzi

2pm Oral presentations

  • Northern and Southern Uganda: The Political Economy of Maternal Health Care Policy Reform after a Regional Conflict in a Fragile State
    • Andrew Ocero
    • Room 2

 

Non-presented e-posters: