Briefing papers:

Learning about Research Capacity Strengthening: Reflections on Challenges, Strategies and Culture

 

Satellite symposium at Forum 2012 (COHRED/GFHR)

 

Cape Town, 23 April 2012

 

Learning about capacity strengthening series

Global, Regional and National Health Research Capacity Strengthening Initiatives Relevant to Africa: An Inventory

'Learning about Capacity Strengthening' Series Public Health Practitioners'

Approaches to Research: An analysis of MPH theses at the UWC School of Public Health.

Gender and Gender Analysis in Public Health Research Training

Five Keys to Capacity - Insights from Research Leaders (Prof. Nelson K. Sewankambo)

Five Keys to Capacity - Insights from Research Leaders (Prof. Seni Kouanda, MD, PhD, epidemiology)

Five Keys to Capacity - Insights from Research Leaders (Dr. Hassan Mshinda)

Five Keys to Capacity - Insights from Research Leaders (Dr. Naeemah Abrahams)

Five Keys to Capacity - Insights from Research Leaders (Dr. Wafaa El-Sadr)

Mapping of health Professional Programmes in sub-Saharan Africa

The Changing Landscape of Research Productivity and Collaboration - Globally and Regionally

Strengthening public health and research capacity through S-S collaboration: Reflections on UWC's WHO Master's Programme in Health Workforce Development

INDIGO: A Case study of an Innovative Model of North-South Collaboration in Health Research Capacity Strengthening

From Research to Practice: A Case Study of Knowledge Transfer Capacity Strengthening in Northern Nigeria

Developing a national health research system: Participatory approaches to legislative, institutional and networking dimensions in Zambia

Governance, Priorities & Policies in National Research for Health Systems in West Africa: Guinea Bissau, Liberia, Mali, Sierra Leone

Capacities in public, population and health system research in Burkino Faso

TWO SOLITUDES: Learning about Research Systems and Health Systems in Burkino Faso through the History of User Fees

Situating research in public health training and practice: current debates and emerging good practice

Public Health in the Age of HIV: Reflections and (Re?) Directions