Forthcoming and past events by and featuring the ReBUILD Consortium members.
Fifth Global Symposium on Health Systems Development
The Global Symposium on Health Systems Research is organised every two years by Health Systems Global to bring together the full range of players involved in health systems and policy research and practice, including the ReBUILD Consortium.
Date: 8th-12th October 2018
Location: AAC, Liverpool
Further details: more information on ReBUILD sessions here
Symposium: Moving from Humanitarian to Development Aid
An East African symposium on aid effectiveness and health systems development. A collaboration between ReBUILD and Makerere University School of Public Health.
Webinar: Integrating gender into health system strengthening in conflict and crisis-affected settings; what’s in our toolkit?
In this webinar run by ReBUILD, RiNGs, Building Back Better and Health Systems Global, we explored how the process of focusing on gender has unfolded in different settings and shared a range of tools that interested researchers, policy makers and practitioners could use and adapt to stimulate progress towards gender equity.
Session: World Health Assembly
In May 2018 ReBUILD took part in the official World Health Assembly side session entitled 'Universal health coverage in emergencies – a call to action'.
You can also watch the individual presentations on the ReBUILD periscope page (Tim Martineau's is the last one).
Webinar: Health Systems in Situations of Fragility
Held in May 2018, Professor Sophie Witter of Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh and ReBUILD drew on the work of the consortium, the NIHR Research Unit on Health in Fragility, and wider experiences and literature to examine health systems in fragile situations. Presented by the Global Health Institute at the American University of Beirut.
Webinar: Rebuilding health systems in conflict & crisis-affected settings: key issue guides and resources
Held in November 2017 to help develop two resources to:
support access to key evidence, and
recommend reading for those working on health systems in conflict and crisis-affected settings.
Watch the webinar here (you will need to login in)