Co-Designing and Implementing for Community-Inclusive Systems for Health - Shared screen with speaker view
Avani - we have lost the slides.
Today’s agenda 10:00 Welcome and intro10.05 Overview of Approach10:30 Kenya’s implementation and lessons10:40 Clarification questions (2-3 read by Lauri in one go)10:50 Food for the hungry application of the approach11:03 Implications of the approach11:06 Q to Eric on what will change and stay the same11:09 Open Q&A (maybe still read from the chat box??)11:30 Closing
A little difficult to hear you clearly Mr. Eric
Slides are not clear
Avani. It’s stil not displaying in show format
can you hear Eric now or is it unclear still
we can hear but not see the slides
still fuzzy -- cannotread
suggest that you go to slide show for the presentation in powerpoint
where is slideshow?
go to the top banner on the PPT and select slide show. Then begin from the current slide.
click on enable editing then it will works
Yes I believe the PPT is protected until you choose enable editing
thank you Lauri!!
please put your questions in the chat box. Clarifications?
Will the slides be available after the webinar?
yes, please make available if possible later?
Hi Alex, yes the slides will be available on coregroup's website
yes the slides and the recording will be posted to the CORE website
Please feel free to type your questions in the chatbox during the duration of this webinar
For Eric - Can you speak to the intended vs actual outcomes of the workshop and how participants were able to use what they did in their efforts going forward?
thank you Kristina
This is a great slide. Not surprised- more motivation at HH level and no influence.
Can we have the presentations and audio recordings shared with the participants via email?
Hi Dr. Rono, yes all registrants will receive an even follow-up email with the webinar materials
Yea, sharing the slides will be great!
Thanks for this interesting presentation You have focused on five areas of importance but have not included how data can be collected and used to improve quality of care could you comment
Thanks Rhona. It will be interesting to learn more about the Bhoma Health Initiative in South Sudan what was your finding in terms of effectiveness at household level and cost effectiveness.
Imteaz Mannan (Afg)
Thank you, great presentation!
Yes Phil! That is the most important part that we consider at Rose Academies-Uganda
Thank you, Rhonda!
Great presentation - thank you!
Thanks so much, Rhonda!
Great presentation, thanks for sharing this information with us Rhonda and Phil
This is a great slide too! Thank you
Great discussion of conceptual and practical experience and advice on integrating systems thinking into: analyzing contexts; designing interventions. Thanks.
We are working on a project to support community based support for HIV infected and affected children in some challenging settings in Nigeria and Burundi. This is very helpful to think of how to shape the relationship between faculty and community. But it would be great to hear more about how we can document our process to take some of these ideas forward
We are finding that the lack of the relationship has been a challenge in supporting community health interventions for child health- so appreciate the practical thinking around this. Thank you!
Good point. Thanks Nandi. Biological, mechanical, or social, systems find their "systemness" through relationships.
Great framework-work everyone on panel!
Great point Phil, the recognition that we are not in a vacuum and consideration of what the context is and who the others in the system are and where the value-add is for each. I hope that it also can serve as a tool to help identify and them facilitate partnerships.
I love this conversation! I am sorry to have joined late. Apologies for some self-promotion, but this "tool" we developed under SPRING seems somewhat relevant: https://www.spring-nutrition.org/publications/tools/assessing-application-systems-thinking-nutrition#:~:text=The%20Systems%20Thinking%20Assessment%20Tool,1)%20(SPRING%202015).
Thanks Sasha - looks very interesting
Yes. Thanks Sascha.
Thanks Eric and Kenneth for sharing the case for Kenya
Thanks, Lauri, Phil and all. Such a great webinar and interesting conversation. Congrats. So much to learn.
Thanks so much Avani and Maggie
Thanks to Ken. Thanks to Lauri for managing us. And big thanks to Rhonda, Phil and all colleagues at FFH for having put another layer of flesh on this!!!!!
Thank you, all!
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Thank you everyone!