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University of Global Health Equity Sep 17
Replying to @agnesbinagwaho
'I want to recognize that this webinar has been hosted by ’s Center for Executive Education which is developing a full program on patient and health worker safety.’ Prof. speaking at ’s webinar.
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University of Global Health Equity Sep 12
The wellbeing of healthcare workers is essential for their safety & for their patients' safety. for a hosted webinar for 's on 17 Sept, on challenges & solutions to health worker safety in
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University of Global Health Equity Sep 18
THANK YOU to all attendees for joining UGHE's webinar on for 's yesterday. We hope you enjoyed the inspiring perspectives of our top-tier panel from , , , & . Full recording will be shared soon.
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University of Global Health Equity Sep 14
“Giving voice” is one of the most critical tools. Join 's webinar tomorrow to hear Judy Khanyola, Chair of 's Center for Nursing & Midwifery, discuss how leaders need to use their voice for & with others to succeed.
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University of Global Health Equity Sep 18
On Sept. 28, will host a webinar on Community-based participatory research , an approach to research that demands & collaborative partnerships between community members & academic institutions. Click the link below to
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University of Global Health Equity Sep 17
Replying to @etkelley419 @WHO
‘We don't always perfectly deliver health care. The covid-19 pandemic has thrown this into stark relief. It has shone a light on many of the gaps we have in our systems.’ Dr. from , speaking at ’s webinar
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University of Global Health Equity 20h
. The series kicks off, hosted by , & , with keynote speaker Prof focussing on public health and community development in East Africa. It's not too late to :
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University of Global Health Equity Sep 17
'We need to build resiliency, community, solidarity and also to support colleagues and share lessons across sites, programs, organizations and nations.' Dr. from speaking at ’s webinar.
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University of Global Health Equity Sep 11
The physical & psychological wellbeing of health workers is essential for patient safety. For 's on 17th Sept, are hosting a webinar uniting experts from , & to offer future solutions. Register:
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University of Global Health Equity Sep 17
. Dr. Paul Kadetz, ’s Chair of the Center for Executive Education, kicks-off today’s session on with a high-level panel of experts. It’s not too late to join! Register at
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University of Global Health Equity Sep 11
established the Vice Chancellor’s Equity Awards to celebrate outstanding student contributions to promote , advance equality & diversity. The 2020 winner, awarded 1st place in a Center for Gender Equity essay competition, is MBBS '25 student Joselyne Nzisabira ! 👏👏
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Agnes Binagwaho Sep 17
I advise you to read the report in launched yesterday at the UNGA & to follow the roadmap for the SDGs. Both promote & demonstrate the importance of socio-determinants of health. These 2 will help us all to promote services for all
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University of Global Health Equity Sep 17
'We need peer support - both groups and individual, trainings on wellness to build resilience, & to enhance organizational connections, preserve the role of care delivery and avoid burnout.' Dr. from speaking at ’s webinar.
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University of Global Health Equity Sep 17
Replying to @AfricaCDC
'We have been able to virtually engage everyone ranging from faith based leaders, traditional leaders, people in the community etc. to reduce issues of violence & stigmatization against health workers.' Dr. Raji from speaking at ’s webinar
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University of Global Health Equity Sep 17
Replying to @icddr_b
'We need strong planning and policy, adaptive engineering design, a good disease surveillance system, and user friendly shelter safety for communities and health care workers.'Dr. Fauzia Akhter Huda from speaking at ’s webinar.
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University of Global Health Equity Sep 17
Replying to @etkelley419 @WHO
'Most health workers are not infected at work, they are infected in the community so we need to ensure the social protection for and a better evaluation of community transmission.' Dr. from speaking at ’s webinar.
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citiesRISE Nov 8
Follow our Nairobi Youth Leader @OchiengYv this weekend as she attends Women Leaders in Global Health in Kigali, Rwanda 🇷🇼 @WLGH19
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University of Global Health Equity Sep 17
Replying to @icddr_b
'The challenges we are facing every day is lack of human resources - so the health care workers have to perform their duties very frequently.' Dr. Fauzia Akhter Huda from speaking at ’s webinar.
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University of Global Health Equity 19h
‘To beat you need to have a compassionate leadership. The same leadership that will uplift the community, that will listen, and be culturally open.’ Prof. speaking as keynote , & series.
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University of Global Health Equity Sep 14
On 17 Sept, are hosting a webinar for 's , & we want to hear from you! DM or comment below your questions for the expert panel line-up, with speakers from & .
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