The International COVID-19 Data Alliance and The Global Health Network are delighted to run a virtual satellite session during the Consortium of Universities for Global Health 2021 global health conference.
The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the critical importance of generating rigorous evidence for decision-making. To bring equity, the global health research community needs to find ways to unite and generate actionable insights from data. This interactive session will explore how collaborations and strategic partnerships can harness the power of data to tackle the most devastating health issues. We will draw on the experience of The Global Health Network and the International COVID-19 Data Alliance, convened by Health Data Research UK, and several speakers from around the world.
Our goal for this event is to show how we can work together to advance collaborative research through a shared approach of working with communities, healthcare providers, research teams, health organisations, patients and the publics to ensure that everyone benefits from health research.
List of speakers and panellists:
Dr Michael Makanga, Chief Executive Officer of the Association Secretariat, European and Developing Countries Clinical Trials Partnership (EDCTP)
Professor Trudie Lang, Director of The Global Health Network
Professor Andrew Morris, Chair of ICODA and Director of HDR UK
Dr Aliya Naheed, Head, Initiative for Non-Communicable Disease, Health Systems and Population Studies Division, ICDDR,B, (Bangladesh)
Dr Jackeline Alger, Faculty Member of the Faculty of Medical Sciences, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Honduras (UNAH)
Dr David Mukanga, Senior Program Officer (African Regulatory Systems) at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Dr Luiza Lourenco, REDe Regional Coordinator (Brazil), The Global Health Network
Dr Carla Saenz, Regional Bioethics Advisor, Department of Health Systems and Services, Pan American Health Organization
Download the event’s agenda here.
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This session is free and open for all. You do not need to register for the main conference to attend.