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Helen Schneider
School of Public Health, University of the Western Cape
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Stephanie M Topp 15h
Replying to @richardhorton1
And wouldn’t more routine engagement with research/methods that specialise in revealing, explaining and challenging this phenomena behove a journal seeking to lead in this space?
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Taryn Young 21h
Our buddying programme built and strengthened relationships between policymakers and researchers, helped researchers to work with policymakers and to learn how they might be helpful. 
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CHESAI Dec 5
Have you seen the Library? It has a great selection of research looking at implementation lessons from other countries put together by a group of health policy and systems researchers Check it out here:
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Kabir Sheikh Dec 4
Join us for this webinar tomorrow! and me, on MoH governance capacities and roles
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walter flores Dec 3
End of the year assembly of Network of Community Defenders for the Right to Health in . They use photo-essays and other audiovisuals to present achievements and reflect about learnings during the year ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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mamothena Dec 4
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Moeketsi Modisenyane Nov 22
From to conversations around the right to health for all SA citizens continue!
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leanne brady Nov 22
“We need to close the gap between health research & the ” says — the is important first step but how do we keep the conversation going?
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CHESAI Nov 21
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Helen Schneider Nov 21
I would add: do not crowd out (disable) the flexible and responsive acts of frontline workers by imposing on them multiple compliance and accreditation systems
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Helen Schneider Nov 21
⁩ key take home messages on improving quality from the ‘bottom-up’ ⁦
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Lucy Gilson Nov 21
‘As we see more dysfunction we perversely throw more policies, guidelines at the problems only making dysfunction worse...’ = implementation challenges Krish Vallabhjee
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Lucy Gilson Nov 21
‘Once you understand who stand to benefit and who to lose it comes a bit complicated’ Yes! is must pay attention to process.
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Shehnaz Munshi Nov 21
Eric Buch asks critical questions to panel on People at the frontline of at . To watch, follow
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Helen Schneider Nov 19
93% of wealth in South Africa is owned by the top 10% of the population: we are the world’s most unequal society
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Spotlight Nov 19
will also have to answer on the total amount that was diverted and transferred from provinces to the consortium& private companies.
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Helen Schneider Nov 18
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Helen Schneider Nov 16
Much food for thought in this excellent piece by ⁦⁩ on the SA land question. ⁩ ⁦⁩ “the question is not simply who should own the land, but also who owns the land question”
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CHESAI Nov 15
Excellent PHD writing retreat! Great conversations, wonderful laughter, much needed dancing & sharing of ideas!✨ looking forward to next time!
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Helen Schneider Nov 8
“the DRC needs its own autonomous research structures and dynamic. Such autonomy would enable local researchers to focus on key issues that are truly connected to the problems that Congolese populations face.”
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