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Third Global Symposium on Health Systems Research: TRAction Participation

Monday, September 29, 2021 to Friday, October 3, 2021
Cape Town, South Africa

The USAID|Translating Research into Action (TRAction) Project will join over 1,500 researchers, policy-makers, and implementers at the Third Global Symposium on Health Systems Research in Cape Town, South Africa September 30th to October 3rd, 2014.

The Third Health Systems Research Symposium objectives (see above) resonate with the TRAction Project’s focus on advancing Implementation Research and Delivery Science required to scale-up evidence-based interventions to improve maternal and child health outcomes. TRAction does this by supporting and building capacity to undertake implementation research, engaging and strengthening communities of practice, and disseminating findings among key stakeholders.  

The theme of this third Symposium is "People-Centered Health Systems," or “health systems that recognize that people are their central focus and resource, and that address responsiveness at population and patient levels as a central goal.”  TRAction will contribute to the discussion on how to advance people-centered care at the sessions below:

Tracking TRAction @ Cape Town

This booklet is a comprehensive guide to TRAction's participation in the third annual Health Systems Research Symposium.  It includes information on TRAction sponsored and related satellite sessions, organized sessions, individual abstracts and posters.

Satellite Sessions

Date

Time & Location

Session Title

Presenting Organization

Monday, September 29, 202115:00 - 17:00 Room 1.62

Mobile Health (mHealth) Messages in Promoting Good Practices for Maternal and Newborn Healthcare in Bangladesh

International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh
Tuesday, September 30, 20218:30 - 12:00 Room 1.44

The Case for Implementation and Delivery Science

 Alliance for Health Policy & Systems Research, USAID, World Bank Group
 8:30 - 12:00 Room 2.61-2.63

Woman-Centered Care as the Engine for Universal Health Coverage: Creating a Health Systems Research Framework

USAID|TRAction Project, University Research Co., LLC, Harvard School of Public Health
 12:30 - 14:30 Room 2.61-2.63

Policy Lessons for Strengthening Community Health Service Delivery

USAID|TRAction Project, University Research Co., LLC
 13:30 - 17:00 Room 1.61

Assessing Equity: Feasible Approaches to Measuring Coverage, Targeting and Contributory Factors in Programmatic Settings

USAID|TRAction Project, University Research Co., LLC
 13:30 - 17:00 Room 2.44-2.46

Understanding Current Capacity for Health Policy and Systems Research Teaching, Challenges and Opportunities for Making a Difference

Health Systems Global Thematic Working Group on Teaching the Learning Health Policy Systems Research and Alliance for Health Policy and Systems Research
 15:00 - 17:00 Room 1.62

Communication and Knowledge Translation in Implementation Science: Beyond 'Dissemination Planning'

International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh

Organized Sessions and Presentations

Date

Time & Location

Session Title

Presenting Organization

Wednesday, October 1, 202116:30 - 18:00
Room 1.43-1.44

Organized Session: Perspectives on Using Performance-Based Incentives to Improve Quality of Care

USAID|TRAction Project, University Research Co., LLC

 Board No L1.1

Poster: Are Poor Women More Likely to Receive Disrespectful and Abusive Care during Facility-Based Childbirth?

Charlotte Warren, Population Council
 Board No T1.48

Poster: Using Qualitative Methods to Improve Health System Responsiveness in the Western Highlands of Guatemala

Emily Peca USAID|TRAction Project, University Research Co., LLC

 Board No T2.2

Poster: What's in the Black Box of Pay for Performance Programs?  Health Facility Inputs and Institutional Deliveries in the Rwandan National Program

Sebastian Bauhoff, RAND Corporation and Technical Lead USAID|TRAction Project, University Research Co., LLC
Thursday, October 2, 202111:30 - 3:00 Room 1.43-1.44

Individual Abstract: The Impact of Disrespect and Abuse During Childbirth on User Satisfaction and Future Care-Seeking Intentions

Hannah Ratcliffe, Harvard School of Public Health
 Board No L1.40

Poster: Is Community Case Management Sustainable in Mozambique? A Qualitative Policy Analysis

Julie Cliff, Eduardo Mondlane University
 Board No L1.6

Poster: Improving Nutrition of Infants and Children at the Bottom of the Pyramid: An Innovative Market-Based Approach to Deliver a Complementary Food Supplement in Eastern Ghana

Exp Social Marketing
Friday, October 3, 20219:30 - 11:00 (Auditorium 1)

Organized Session: Health Systems Global thematic group on Teaching and Learning Health Policy and Systems Research: Catalyzing Movement for Change

Health Systems Global thematic group on teaching and learning health policy and systems research
 

9:30 - 11:00 (Auditorium 2)

Organized Session: The Role of Financing in Improving Access to Health Care: Experiences from Indonesia, Myanmar, Rwanda and other countries

Management Sciences for Health
 9:30 - 11:00
Room 1.41

Individual Abstract: Disrespect and Abuse During Childbirth in Tanzania and its Influence on Perceptions of the Health System

Stephanie Kujawski, Averting Maternal Death and Disability, Columbia University
 11:30 - 13:00 Room 1.43-1.44

Individual Abstract: Exploring Trust in Maternity Care: A Qualitative Study in Peri-Urban Kenya

Pooja Sripad, Johns Hopkins University
 

14:30 - 16:00
Rooms 2.44-2.46

Organized Session: Addressing Disrespect and Abuse During Childbirth: An Agenda for Women-Centered Care in the Context of Universal Health Coverage

Harvard School of Public Health, USAID|TRAction Project, University Research Co., LLC
 14:30 - 16:00 Room 2.61-2.63

Individual Abstract: Measuring Motivation of Health Care Providers: Development and Multi-Country Validation of an Innovative Tool to Investigate the "Intrinsic Motivation Crowding Out Effect"

Julia Lohman, University of Heidelberg
 Board No L2.23

Poster: How Do the Malawian Women Rate the Quality of Maternal and Newborn Care?  Experiences and Perceptions of Women in the Central and South Region

 
 Conservatories Poster No L1.50

Poster: Health System Gaps in the Management of Childhood TB in Bangladesh: Findings from a Rapid Assessment

International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh (icddr,b)
 Conservatories Poster No T2.4

Poster: Promotion of Better Complementary Feeding Practices: Results from a Randomized Control Trial in Rural Bangladesh

 

 

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