Systems Thinking for Capacity in Health

We believe that systems thinking and complexity science can be transformational in global health by increasing local capacity and shared learning, and minimizing unintended consequences.

First Global Symposium on Health Systems Research Registration Open

Registration is now open!

Click here to register now!

http://www.hsr-symposium.org/index.php/registration

16-19 November 2010: Researchers, policy-makers, representatives of donor and multinational organizations, and other stakeholders representing diverse constituencies will gather in Montreux, Switzerland to share evidence, identify significant knowledge gaps, and set a research agenda aimed at accelerating universal health coverage. Visit http://www.hsr-symposium.org/

Registration to the Symposium is limited, so register early to ensure your participation!

For information on registration fees and conditions click here.

http://www.hsr-symposium.org/index.php/registration

Application is now open for the following:

– Young Researcher Programme – http://www.hsr-symposium.org/index.php/young-researchers-call

– Scholarships – http://www.hsr-symposium.org/index.php/scholarships

– Satellite sessions – http://www.hsr-symposium.org/index.php/satellite-meetings

– Marketplace stalls – http://www.hsr-symposium.org/index.php/marketplace

 The Call for Abstracts closes on April 30, 2010 – Submit your abstract soon !!

We look forward to seeing you in Montreux!

Symposium Secretariat
http://www.hsr-symposium.org/

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