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.
This is very much a grass-roots effort, and there are many ways to get involved:
With specific questions about ways to get involved, email us at CAS4Capacity@gmail.com
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Chad, We appreciate your leadership on this effort and your participation at our Fall Meeting. As you know, CORE Group seeks to advance community health programming. Thus we feel it is critical that “health systems strengthening” doesn’t only focus on facility-based services, but includes “community health systems” i.e. what happens in households and around each community. After all that’s where most “health care” happens–ranging from breastfeeding to home-based care of sick children. Thanks for giving us the space to represent this perspective in your comprehensive, inclusive effort.
Please add me to your mailing list. I am interested to explore with you how we could feature your call during the third edition of the Geneva Health Forum, an international forum on global health issues. Next edition entitled “Globalization, crisis and health systems: Confronting regional perspectives”, will take place in Geneva, from 19 to 21 April 2010 (http://www.ghf10.org)
We received 360 abstracts from 50 countries. The review is underway, but I have noticed that some of the papers submitted address the impact of GHIs on health and health systems. We also recently set up an online community (6000 people in our database) where several discussions are regularly organized (http://www.globalaccesstohealth.net). Feel free to contact me, should you be interested to launch a discussion on GHSIA.
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Kindly include my email in the mailing list and I would be interested in courses, fellowships and graduate programs with focus on health systems strengthening with particular focus on NCDS and Human Resources for Health and Policy Analysis.
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Please, add me to your mailing list and let me know of any conferences. I am a lifelong teacher of systems thinking (Gregory Bateson) and relationship and context centered family therapy.
Dr. Norbert A. Wetzel
The Center for Family, Community, and Social Justice, Inc., Princeton, NJ 08540, USA
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