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Blog - 15 October 2014

How do we communicate effectively? Exploring new models of engagement | by Shakira Choonara

Conferences have always been an important place to learn about and to share new research, often through oral or poster presentations. However, these methods of research communication do not allow for engagement with stakeholders. At the Third Global Symposium on Health Systems Research in Cape Town, researchers from RESYST used a different approach to discuss and debate our governance themed research, which focused on audience engagement and participation.

News - 22 September 2014

Department of Public Health Research newsletter

Latest issue from the Kemri-Wellcome Trust Research Programme, Kenya

News - 03 September 2014

Highlights from the RESYST annual meeting

16-20 August 2014, Oxford.

News - 01 July 2014

New country profiles on extending health coverage to the informal sector

Including health financing statistics, timelines and current efforts to extend coverage to the informal sector

News - 30 June 2014

Bridging the research-policy divide in Kenya

RESYST researchers from KEMRI-WT attend national health research-to-policy meeting

News - 24 June 2014

Professor Kara Hanson provides evidence to the UK government inquiry on health systems strengthening

‘DFID have been a leader in health systems research – but research on how to deliver effective interventions is insufficient’

News - 07 May 2014

Health Economics: Coming of age

Conference celebrating more than 35 years of health economics at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

News - 14 April 2014

Achieving Universal Health Coverage in Nigeria

RESYST researcher Professor Onwujekwe presents options for UHC for Federal, State and Local Government Authorities at the Presidential Summit

RESYST researcher Benjamin Tsofa presents at the OHSCAR symposium
News - 12 December 2013

New RESYST working paper on nurses' job decisions in South Africa

Does altruism play a role in nurses' choice to work in rural areas?