Find the HRH2030 Program at HSR2018!

Find the HRH2030 Program at HSR2018!

HRH2030 is excited to announce its upcoming participation at the 2018 Global Symposium on Health Systems Research in Liverpool. Our work will be showcased through four satellite sessions and a poster presentation on the health workforce. Plus, you can visit us at the Chemonics International booth #53 in the exhibition hall and check out some of our featured resources! For more details, see below.

Satellite Sessions

Monday, October 8

9 a.m. – 11 a.m.
Strategies for Health Worker Remuneration: Ensuring Impact and Sustainability of Investments for Achieving HIV Epidemic Control and Advancing Universal Health Coverage
Significant investment in HRH remuneration have been made by country and donor programs to scale immediate needs for achieving HIV epidemic control and other essential health services. Understanding the impact and factors influencing sustainability of these investments is critical to ensuring maintenance of achievements and advancements of country UHC goals. 
  Hosted by USAID in collaboration with the Office of Global AIDS Coordinator, Centers for Disease Control, and the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, featuring HRH2030/Open Development
Location: Mersey Suite at Pullman Hotel
9 a.m. – 11 a.m.
Making the Economic Argument for Investing in a Robust Health Workforce: From Evidence to Multisectoral Action
Countries face competing demands on where to invest their domestic resources. Making a strong economic argument for investing in the health workforce can inform country-level decisions that ultimately strengthen health systems. This panel will invite the audience to discuss current evidence, gaps, and use of HRH ROI for multisectoral action.
Hosted by HRH2030, featuring HRH2030/University Research Co.
Director of Research and Evaluation Eckhard Kleinau
Location: ACC Room 11C
 12 p.m. – 2 p.m.
Deconstructing the Gender Bias in the Health Workforce:
Why Few Women Attain Leadership Positions
Women are the majority of the health workforce but are under-represented in leadership positions in the health system.  Learn more about the gaps and barriers, as well as the recommended solutions to the advancement of women’s leadership in the health sector in Kenya, Jordan, and Cambodia.
Hosted by Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and HRH2030,
featuring HRH2030/Chemonics Gender Lead Samantha Law
Location: ACC room 11C
 3 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Targeting Youth for Careers in Health: Identifying Strategies that Address the Youth Bulge and the Global Health Workforce Shortage
The “youth bulge” demographic trend, while contributing to serious social and economic challenges associated with high unemployment, offers opportunities for understaffed health systems.  This participatory session will highlight multisectoral findings and innovative solutions for readying youth for meaningful employment for improved health (including reduced HIV rates), well-being, and economic growth.
 Hosted by HRH2030, featuring HRH2030/Chemonics
Technical Director Rachel Deussom
Location: Mersey Suite at Pullman Hotel

Poster Presentation

Wednesday, October 10 from 1:15 p.m. – 1:45 p.m.
Delivering Differently, Together: The Role of Communities to Sustainably Improve Local Systems, Revitalize Primary Healthcare and End AIDS in Botswana

Featuring Kesaobaka Dikgole, HRH2030/University Research Co.
ACC Hall 2M, Poster 213

Featured Resources
Chemonics Booth #53


Global Health eLearning Course: “Human Resource for Health (HRH): Principles and Practices”

Defining and Advancing a Gender  Competent Family Planning Service Provider: A Competency Framework and Technical Brief