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Disseminating the Planning for Success Initiative: Skill building and Train the Trainer courses in Honduras, Central America, July 2014

The Planning for Success Initiative was developed by UNICEF, UNDP, World Bank, WHO and the Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases (TDR) with the aim to strengthen the skills of biomedical researchers in developing countries in the organization and management of research projects so as to achieve effective implementation and successful collaboration.

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Welcome to PAHO Research Promotion and Development, the gateway to current information on research for health serving policy-makers, health-care providers, the general public and anyone interested in using research to advance public health, equity and development.

Our program focuses on the strengthening of research for health through the dissemination and translation of knowledge, the promotion of research governance, and the monitoring of ethics and standards within research practices.  Our research portal draws together information gathered from the region on these key areas of interest.

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PAHO’s short-term Subsidy Program selcted four Projects

Washington, D. C.  Aug 7, 2013. We are pleased to inform that we have selected the winners of PAHO’s short-term subsidy program "Strengthening research capacity in the area of health policy and systems”. The program aims to strengthen research capacity in health policy and systems in Latin American and the Caribbean, particularly in the areas of financing, governance and human resources. More than 80 applications were received from 18 countries. Four projects were chosen by a panel of eight Health Systems and Policy Advisors based on the scientific quality, feasibility and pertinence of the project.

The winning projects are:

  • What would be the financial reforms that ensure the best provision of equitable services in the context of universal health coverage. Researcher: Heitor Werneck;
  • Governance and decision-making within the Chilean Health System: identifying strategies for its strengthening from health decision-makers. Researcher: Claudio Mendez;
  • Estimación de la oferta y demanda de médicos de familia para el sistema de salud chileno. Researcher: María Paulina Rojas Villar; and
  • Development of a Policy Framework for Universal Health Coverage in Trinidad and Tobago: Identifying Strategies to Overcome Implementation Challenges. Researcher: Edwin Vicente Bolastig.


Human Resources for Health, Bioethics and Research Unit
Department of Health Systems and Services
Pan-American Health Organization

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 March 2012 05:37

Reunião de Seguimento à 1a Conferência Latino-Americana de Pesquisa e Inovação para a Saúde

Reunião de Seguimento à 1a Conferência Latino-Americana de Pesquisa e Inovação para a Saúde

O Comitê Executivo * da "Reunião de Seguimento à 1a Conferência Latino-Americana de Pesquisa e Inovação para a Saúde" apresenta o Relatório final da referida reunião de Seguimento celebrada em Havana, Cuba, nos dias 15 e 16 de novembro de 2009, durante o marco do Fórum 2009.

  

O Relatório ajudará os interessados, pelo desenvolvimento dos sistemas nacionais de pesquisa para a saúde (SNIS) na Região, a entender a opinião de diferentes atores sobre as particularidades e recomendações a serem consideradas no modelo, desenvolvimento e/ou fortalecimento dos SNIS refletindo as contribuições dos diversos participantes, que incluem desde pesquisadores e acadêmicos a funcionários de entidades oficiais, de fundações e de organismos da sociedade civil. Além disso, o relatório também nos informa acerca dos desenvolvimentos da conferência do Rio de Janeiro e fornece um resumo das apresentações realizadas durante a reunião e os debates dos participantes sobre os 4 temas da Reunião selecionados mediante uma pesquisa anterior à mesma:

a) Fortalecimento dos SNIS na região
b) Recursos humanos para a pesquisa em saúde
c) Financiamento em pesquisa em saúde, e
d) Transferência e tradução do conhecimento

Convidamos-lhe a ler o documento e a compartilhá-lo com seus colegas.

Ao mesmo tempo, convidamos-lhe a  assistir ao video <http://twt.tl/tF9i9Fz> da apresentação da  Dra. Jackie Alger (Honduras) sobre o trabalho a respeito da  situação  dos SNIS em 14 países da região , o qual foi  uma  das apresentações na reunião.

* O `Comitê Executivo` esteve  formado por: Adolfo Álvarez Bravo (qepd) (Ministério da Saúde, Cuba), Francisco Becerra-Posada (COHRED), Luis Gabriel Cuervo (OPAS/OMS), Sylvia de Haan (COHRED), Charles Gardner (Fórum Global), Moisés Goldbaum (Universidade de São Paulo, Brasil), ExCo: Michel Jimenez (The Wellcome Trust), Gabriela Montorzi (COHRED), Sylvie Olifson-Houriet (Fórum Global), Norka Ruiz-Bravo (OPAS/OMS).

 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 March 2012 05:49
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