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The conference will facilitate solutions-oriented discussion of challenges and good practices in health science communication during the COVID-19 pandemic and will feature innovative science communication concepts in the areas of science communication for researchers, science and the media and translating science into action.
This acclaimed course, taught by CCP's Tara Sullivan and Sara Mazursky, is designed to teach students how to manage and maximize knowledge and continuous learning in global health programs. Global health programs operate with scarce resources, high stakes and urgent needs for coordination among partners and donors. Knowledge management provides solutions to these challenges.
Participants will have the opportunity to workshop human-centered design methods and gain a better understanding of how to maintain equity, build humility, address power dynamics and advance intervention design through co-creation with community partners during this two half-day, interactive live online workshop.
Please join Breakthrough RESEARCH and Breakthrough ACTION for a presentation and dialogue on the challenges implementers face and the tools that have been developed to assist with conducting social and behavior change (SBC) costing studies as well as where to find existing SBC costs and cost-effectiveness data.
Knowledge SUCCESS is excited to announce the launch of FP insight, a new platform built by and for family planning and reproductive health (FP/RH) professionals to discover and curate resources relevant to your work. FP insight is inspired by Pinterest and designed to make it easy for you to monitor what’s trending in FP/RH and see what people are talking about in a specific technical area. Its personalized feed helps you discover and curate resources that are important to YOU, so you can easily come back to them when you need them.
Three leaders from Nepal will be providing an update about the COVID-19 situation in Nepal. The webinar will be held Friday, June 25th from 8:45AM to 10:00 AM EDT/ 6:30 to 7:45 PM Nepali Standard Time. Organized by Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and moderated by Dr. Rajiv Rimal, Professor and Chair of the Department of Health, Behavior and Society at the Bloomberg School of Public Health.
The Springboard live webinar and question and answer (Q&A) session will connect users to global experts on rumor and misinformation management. Presentations will provide a background into rumors and misinformation, highlight examples and the effects of harmful rumors and misinformation, overview how to set up rumor and misinformation management systems, and learn from projects that have successfully set up tracking and management systems.
The Post Pregnancy Family Planning Project supported the Lagos state government in Nigeria to increase the contraceptive prevalence rate within the private sector in line with the FP2020 declaration. Since its commencement in 2017, the Project worked with private health facilities to create demand for post-pregnancy family planning and a supportive environment for the provision of comprehensive family planning services. The project worked in 236 facilities across 19 Local government areas in the state. This event will highlight the project’s contribution to the integration of post pregnancy family planning in the private sector. It will present best practices, key learnings and feature voices from the field.
Connecting Conversations is a series tailored specifically for youth leaders and young people, hosted by FP2030 and Knowledge SUCCESS. The series presents a comprehensive look at Adolescent and Youth Sexual and Reproductive Health (AYSRH) topics including Adolescent and Youth Development; Measurement and Evaluation of AYSRH Programs; Meaningful Youth Engagement; Advancing Integrated Care for Youth; and the 4 Ps of influential players in AYSRH.
How do people make decisions around self-care? And what is the relationship between self-care decisions and empowerment? In this interactive session, CCP staff and others will take a deep dive into understanding the perspectives, needs and challenges distinct populations across Africa and Asia – including youth, girls, women entering the workforce, special needs populations, and the elderly – face around self-care. We’ll also explore a social and behavior change framework that illuminates the behavioral elements of decision-making and empowerment to help us design effective self-care programs. We’ll discuss with the audience key topics related to self-care and empowerment, such as: when should people seek care and when should they self-manage? What is the provider’s role in setting these boundaries? What policies can amplify access and use of empowering self-care initiatives? Participants will leave this session with new insights and approaches to improve the impact and uptake of self-care interventions.
What are the reasons driving vaccine hesitancy around the world? What structural barriers are preventing people from accessing available vaccines? Which demographic groups are open to receiving more information - and what are those information needs? Join experts from Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs for a tour through the new COVID Behaviors dashboard.
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