We are excited to support a range of sessions at the Global Symposium on Health Systems Research 2018

The RinGs team are longstanding supporters of Health Systems Global and always enjoy attending their Symposium.

08 August 2018

This year we are involved in a range of panels, skills building sessions and poster presentations which bring a gender and ethics lens to health systems research. Browse the full list below and do consider coming along to meet us!

Monday 8 October

SATELLITE! Deconstructing the Gender Bias in the Health Workforce: Why Few Women Attain Leadership Positions, 12.00-14.00, ACC Room 11C

THEMATIC WORKING GROUP! Health systems in fragile and conflict-affected settings, ACC Room 1B

SKILLS BUILDING! Navigating day to day ethics dilemmas in health policy and systems research, 13.00-17.00, Exhibition Centre Room 24

Tuesday 9 October

SKILLS BUILDING! Using participatory visual methods to understand and support health systems with a focus on marginalized populations, 08.00-12.00, Exhibition Centre Room 19

SKILLS BUILDING! Applying intersectionality within health systems research: looking inwards and outward, 13.00-17.00, Exhibition Centre Room 22

Wednesday 10 October

PANEL! Context, gender and sustainability in introducing and scaling up essential health care packages in fragile and conflict-affected countries, 16.00-17.30, ACC Hall 2E

Thursday 11 October

THEMATIC WORKING GROUP! Incorporating a social justice lens into HPSR ethics: Implications for policy and practice in the Global South, 16.00-17.30, ACC Room 12

FILM! Are women in the Indian Sundarbans Living in the dark?, Future Health Systems stand, Exhibition Hall

Friday 12 October

PANEL! Addressing Social Inequalities Through Social Protection, 09.00-10.30, ACC Room 3B

PANEL! Amplifying marginalized voices: towards a meaningful inclusion in social accountability mechanism for health, 11.00-12.30, ACC Hall 2L

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