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Queen Elizabeth Scholars: Insights from South Africa and Trinidad & Tobago

 
Oct 23, 2019 11:30 AM - Oct 23, 2019 12:30 PM | Presented by:

Join us in person (4th floor Mills Library, McMaster Health Forum, within Lyons New Media Centre) or online as Kartik Sharma, Hannah Serrano and Christie Tan share insights from their experience in South Africa (split between Africa Centre for Evidence and Department: Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation) and with the Caribbean Centre for Health Systems Research and Development (CCHSRD) in Trinidad & Tobago, respectively.

Wednesday 23 October, 11:30am to 12:30pm
>> Join the webinar:  http://bit.ly/qesweb19

Presenters:

  • Kartik Sharma: Promoting constitutional rights and strengthening social systems with evidence: Reflections from South Africa (1st QE Scholar in Strengthening Health and Social Systems from the Arts & Science program)
  • Hannah Serrano and Christie Tan: Experiences with the Caribbean Centre for Health Systems Research and Development (CCHSRD) in Trinidad & Tobago (1st QE Scholars from the McMaster Health Forum to intern with CCHSRD)

Find out about the work that our Queen Elizabeth Scholars in Strengthening Health Systems have engaged in, and the experiences they have had, through these presentations.

 

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