Past Events

  • PHFS Quarterly Webinar-January 2016

    Online

  • Tweet Chat: Promising Approaches to End Gender-Based Violence

    Online
    Worldwide

    The Asia Foundation, University Research Co., World Vision, Knowledge for Health (K4Health), Chemonics, Banyan Global, ACDI/VOCA, Promundo and WI-HER invite you to participate in an online conversation, “Promising Approaches to Respond to Gender-Based Violence” as we mark the final day of 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence Campaign (#16Days) on December 10 from 8:00am to 4:00pm. Join development and health experts and justice and community activists for a day of conversation on the issues surrounding gender-based violence. The tweetchat relay will address a range of topics, including evidence-based approaches to end violence against women, the intersection of economic empowerment and violence, engaging men and boys to prevent gender-based violence, and responding to violence against girls, among other exciting topics. Follow the hashtag #GBVchat to join the conversation.

  • PHFS Quarterly Webinar-October 2015

    Webinar
    Online

    Project Fives Alive! is a partnership between the National Catholic Health Service of Ghana and the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) in the United States. Based on seven years of implementation experience scaling up high-impact maternal and child health interventions across Ghana and drawing on extensive interviews of key actors in this large-scale improvement initiative, IHI developed a thoughtful guide that synthesizes the key learning from the Project Fives Alive! Partnership. You can learn more about the project here and download the guide here.

  • ICAP Webinar: Human Resources for Health Improvement Collaborative in Niger

    Online

    As part of the “Introduction to Quality Improvement” training course implemented by the International Center for AIDS Care and Treatment Programs (ICAP) at Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health, Dr. Maina Boucar will lead this webinar on October 21, 2015 on the experience and lessons learned from applying collaborative improvement methods to human resources management in Niger. Dr. Boucar will present on a collaborative improvement intervention implemented from 2009-2011 with regional, district and facility level teams in Tahoua Region of Niger that sought to improve the management of human resources in order to improve clinical care. Throughout this process, health worker teams and their supervisors worked to implement the performance cycle within the context of the clinical areas they had selected. Job descriptions were developed as they relate to the maternity goals, feedback was provided within the context of the performance in question, and data was collected monthly on how well they were doing against the clinical indicators on which they focused. Health workers and their supervisors collected the indicator data, and managers reviewed and spot-checked those data.

  • Global Maternal Newborn Health Conference

    Mexico City

    The first-ever Global Maternal Newborn Health Conference will take place in Mexico City from October 18 to 21, 2015. The conference is a global forum to identify, understand and respond to the most urgent health needs of mothers and newborns, focusing on quality care, integration and equity.

    Watch live in English, Spanish, or French and come back to download USAID ASSIST presentations after the conference.

  • PEPFAR 3.0 and OVC Programming

    Join us for an exciting event that will discuss Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) programming in the PEPFAR 3.0 landscape. This event will provide an opportunity to learn from and dialogue with U.S. Government OVC program stakeholders and OVC program implementers on the roll out of PEPFAR 3.0, implications for OVC programming, and learning to date.

  • ISQua’s 32nd International Conference

    Each year, the International Society for Quality in Health Care (ISQua) brings delegates together from across the world to hear from leaders share their expertise and knowledge through a multidisciplinary forum. This year’s International Conference will be held October 4th – 7th in Doha, Qatar.

  • ICAP Webinar: Zambia QI National Strategy Development

    Online

    As part of the “Introduction to Quality Improvement” training course implemented by the International Center for AIDS Care and Treatment Programs (ICAP) at Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health, Ms.Rachael Lungwebungu, Quality Improvement Advisor to the Ministry of Health of Zambia, will lead this webinar on Wednesday, September 30 on the development of the national quality improvement strategy in Zambia.

  • 4th APAC Forum

    This September, the APAC Forum, Asia Pacific’s premier healthcare conference, returned for their 4th annual convention in New Zealand. Managed by Ko Awatea, the center for health system innovation and improvement at Auckland’s Counties Manukau Health, the APAC Forum brings thought leaders in health improvement from around the world to exchange knowledge on their work and learn from cutting-edge leaders.

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