Enabling Health Research in Every Healthcare Setting
10 Years of addressing inequity in where research happens, who leads & who benefits.
University of Cape Town, South Africa 24 – 25 November 2022
To tackle disease we need evidence to be generated through every type of health research study. This conference aims to bring together health research teams, organisations, health-workers, policy makers and practitioners to explore together how health research can be embedded into every healthcare setting.
The Global Health Network is also celebrating 10 years of mobilising research skills, know-how and methods to foster capable teams that generate new treatment strategies and prevention mechanisms that reduce the burden of disease within communities.
This is an opportunity to discover and share excellence in health research across disease areas, geographies and types of research and generate outputs that can be taken up and used by others.
Provisional Scientific Program
We invite our partners to hold focus symposia within their area of interest. For example, we are planning symposia on AMR, a focus session for nurses working in research, and another on biorepositories. We aim for these focus areas to encourage and facilitate sharing of know-how in the specific topic between disease areas, teams, across geographies and organisations. Please get in touch to explore this opportunity, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will be supporting maximum attendance for junior researchers and colleagues from low resource settings and aim for every paying delegate to be matched with a funded place.
HOLD THE DATE AND REGISTER YOUR INTEREST. We expect this meeting will be very popular and so please register your interest ASAP. Registration will open soon and offered first to those who have registered their interest.
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