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How can research findings inform and improve social and behavior change (SBC) programs? What questions can SBC practitioners keep in mind to help sift through research, interpret publications, and apply lessons learned? Join Breakthrough ACTION for the fifth in a series of online guided discussions
Learn about the latest in Environmental Health and Engineering research on climate drivers, impacts on equity and health, and paths forward via short presentations and a panel discussion featuring Genee Smith, Shima Hamidi, and Pete DeCarlo.
President Bill Clinton is convening leaders from across the faith and public health communities to take action on the overdose crisis and explore the promise of a collaborative relationship, to reduce stigma about addiction, educate about prevention, treatment, and long-term recovery and advance policies and
How can research findings inform and improve social and behavior change (SBC) programs? What questions can SBC practitioners keep in mind to help sift through research, interpret publications, and apply lessons learned? Join Breakthrough ACTION for the sixth in a series of online guided discussions
The Center for Global Health is hosting Global Health Day 2021 by sharing and informing global health knowledge, expertise and experiences with the Johns Hopkins local and international communities. Global Health Day 2021 will will feature two keynote speakers, JHU Faculty "TED" Talks, a virtual
How do you learn about COVID transmission in Baltimore City when tried and true methods of recruiting subjects, building trust within communities, and gathering data in person is no longer an option when its just not safe to be around people? Join the C-Forward Team to learn about early data outcomes and what they learned that will inform us for the next time.
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.
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