Share your ideas on a theme for HSR2022

Share your ideas on a theme for HSR2022

What theme would attract you to contribute to and participate in the 2022 symposium?

Share your ideas on a theme for HSR2022

HSG and host partners for the Seventh Global Symposium on Health Systems Research, are excited to be welcoming you to Bogotá, Colombia, from 31 October to 4 November 2022.

Ahead of this, we are pleased to invite you to contribute your theme ideas for HSR2022 in Bogotá.

The purpose of the Global Symposium theme is to:

  • Focus attention and motivate participation in the symposium
  • Shape program development and abstract selection
  • Inform global debates and national agendas

We want to hear your thoughts on what would be a theme that would attract you to contribute to and participate in the 2022 symposium.

Submissions are now closed.

And remember, don’t forget to use the #HSR2022 hashtag when messaging about the next Global Symposium on social media, so that you can reach and engage peers and colleagues around the world.

We hope you will join us and members of the health policy and systems research community from across the world next year in Bogotá.

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7 responses to “Share your ideas on a theme for HSR2022”

  1. Aura Andreasen says:

    Strenghtening Health Systems through One Health preparedness consortium of international collaborators

  2. Ravi Ram says:

    Applying decoloniality theory to practical issues in health systems: vaccine apartheid and other health systems inequities

  3. Catia C Oliveira says:

    Impact evaluation of public policies: different approaches; Agenda 2030: progress and challenges in monitoring the SDGs; Health technology assessment: advances and challenges; Use of mixed methods in health research

  4. Tunde B says:

    Information technology and health system intersection: addressing the challenge of health inequalities with 2030 in sight.

  5. Vrinda Gupta says:

    Mechanisation of global medical facilities for affordable, accessible and justified treatment of each life through capping the remedial treatments globally.

  6. Rubyath Hasan says:

    Mainstreaming Health, not a solitary domain: Inclusion of Health in all sector from preparedness to response for better planning, coordination and implementation.

  7. Ravi Ram says:

    Health Policy and Systems Research and the midpoint for SDG-3: Who is left behind, and how can HSR close that gap?

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