AfHEA is hosting a webinar on the 2022 conference abstracts submissions.
The main objective of the webinar is to create awareness about the conference and discuss the questions potential participants may have about the conference. Specifically, the webinar seeks to:
1. Create awareness about the conference
2. Provide good tips to potential participants in preparing their abstracts to increase the chances of acceptance
3. Answer questions that potential participants may have about the conference
Please find in the attached flyer details of the webinar. You am also join the webinar via using the details below:
You are invited to a Zoom webinar.
When: Sep 15, 2021 01:00 PM Greenwich Mean Time
Topic: WEBINAR: 2022 AfHEA Conference Abstracts Submissions
Please click the link below to join the webinar:
Webinar ID: 861 0065 9290
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Type: Anglophone training course on Universal Health Coverage
Course Content: Fundamentals of UHC, Implementation of UHC, M&E
Location: Nairobi Kenya, August 18-29 2014
The course seeks to build and improve the capacity of health policy and financing professionals and researchers in key areas related to universal health coverage in order to enable them to support their countries’ UHC programs more effectively. This is part of the broader objectives of the ongoing AfHEA capacity building project which seeks among others to:
- Build and reinforce capacities for design, implementation and monitoring & evaluation of country UHC programmes
- Facilitate the dissemination of research findings on health financing issues in Africa, as well as serve as forum for sharing of information and networking among professionals
Provide a platform for engaging policy makers, while facilitating exchanges and debates between researchers, policy makers, practitioners as well as civil society at the national, sub- and regional levels.
Registration Form Below
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This intensive 1-day workshop aims to prepare those with some experience in cost-effectiveness and health economics to conduct modelled health economic evaluations using extended cost-effectiveness analysis (ECEA) methodologies. Beyond providing researchers with the tools to measure equity and financial risk protection as part of their evaluations, the workshop will lay the groundwork for the formation of collaborative research teams between participants and the facilitators that will prepare policy-relevant ECEA analyses in the coming months and years.