Many of our experts will share their experience and expertise through posters and presentations. On this page you’ll find the details.
We hope that our contributions will form the building blocks on which together we can build on global health traditions to emphasise the importance of health equity and universal health coverage to ensure that all populations – and especially those in low(er) resource settings – have optimal chances of health and wellbeing.
We hope you’ll join us.
|Piloting a digital mental health solution in the Occupied Palestinian Territories||Chantale Lakis||Oral Presentation|
|Redesigning Maternal and Newborn Health Service Delivery for You, With You||Chantale Lakis||Oral Presentation|
|Porous borders, mobile migrants and malaria elimination: Estimating population size and movements of artisanal small-scale gold mining workers in Suriname and French Guiana||Pierre Pratley||E-Poster Pitch|
|Assessing Health Facility Preparedness for Disaster Events in Afghanistan: the application of the SAFE-Prep Tool||Nima Yaghmaei||Oral Presentation|
|Health services supervision in a protracted crisis: a qualitative study into supportive supervision practices in South Sudan||Eelco Jacobs||Oral Presentation|
|Political economy analysis of SRHR financing and policy implementation in East and Southern Africa||Eelco Jacobs||E-Poster Pitch|
|Youth-led advocacy on SRHR in Ethiopia, Mali and Mozambique||Marielle Le Mat & Charlotte van Tuijl||Oral Presentation|
|The Effects of Theatre for a Change& Participatory Drama-based Programs on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights: A Qualitative Meta-analysis using the 4R-framework||Hannah Kabelka||Oral Presentation|
|Effects of the installation of 52 digital X-ray systems across Ghana on TB notifications and quality of care: a mixed-method outcome evaluation||Nwanneka Okere||E-Poster Pitch|
|Targeted mass drug administration for schistosomiasis in north-western Tanzania: Exploring the use of geostatistical modeling to inform planning at sub-district level||Jake Mathewson||Oral Presentation|
|Opportunities and challenges in facilitating decision making for targeted mass drug administration through geostatistical models, a qualitative investigation in Tanzania||Jake Mathewson||Oral Presentation|
|Setting the story straight on drug coverage for NTD control: a case for using coverage evaluation surveys for schistosomiasis elimination efforts in Mozambique||Jake Mathewson||E-Poster Pitch|
|The Dutch post-graduate training in Global Health and Tropical Medicine: International stakeholders’ perspectives||Jamilah Sherally||Oral Presentation|
|A perpetual culture of emergency: a scoping review on access to sexual and reproductive (SRH) healthcare for refugees in camps and informal settlements in the WHO European region||Jamilah Sherally||Oral Presentation|
|Comparing performance of Bayesian and spatial lag models for predicting subnational tuberculosis positivity rates in Pakistan||Christina Mergenthaler||Oral Presentation|
|Using private TB sector sales data to refine subnational burden estimates in Pakistan||Christina Mergenthaler||E-Poster Pitch|
|Determinants of Treatment-Seeking Behavior and Healthcare Provider Choice in Afghanistan: Understanding Barriers to Access from a client and provider side||Margo van Gurp||Oral Presentation|
|Determinants of Availability of Essential Medication in Public Health Facilities in Afghanistan||Margo van Gurp||Oral Presentation|
|Using spatial analysis of routine data through MATCH and AccessMod to inform subnational TB program planning in Lesotho||Margo van Gurp||E-Poster Pitch|
|From principles to practice: a mixed-methods study on research integrity and research fairness in global health research||Sandra Alba||E-Poster Pitch|