The Global Health Science and Practice Technical Exchange (GHTechX) will take place virtually from April 21 - 24, 2021. The event is curated through a partnership between USAID, the George Washington University, and the Global Health: Science and Practice journal. GHTechX seeks to convene speakers and technical sessions that highlight the latest and greatest in global health, with participants spanning global health experts, students, and professionals from across the global health community.
Managing and maximizing knowledge and continuous learning in global health programs is a development imperative. Global health programs operate with scarce resources, high stakes, and urgent needs for coordination among partners and donors. Knowledge management (KM) provides solutions to these challenges. This course equips learners with the know-how to systematically apply KM for more effective global health programs.
On September 17, the Method Choice Community of Practice, led by the Evidence to Action (E2A) Project, hosted a webinar on the intersection of two important voluntary family planning areas—method choice and self-care. Missed this webinar? Read on for a recap, and follow the links below to watch the recording.
What psychological and behavioral drivers influence how people find and share knowledge? Our recent webinar explores this question, drawing from our own formative research among FP/RH professionals.
On July 15, Knowledge SUCCESS and FP2020 launched our new webinar series, "Connecting Conversations"—a series of discussions on adolescent and youth reproductive health. Missed the first webinar? Our recap is below, and so are links to watch for yourself and register for future sessions.