How to make the impossible possible: Lessons learned (so far) from the SALURBAL project [PCW-7]
Leader: Olga Sarmiento, LAC-Urban Health
27 November 2018 | 08.30am to 12.30pm
This workshop is free of charge and open to all registered delegates.
To book email: Richard Hart.
During this workshop, participants will learn from and interact with researchers from the Wellcome Trust-funded international Salud Urbana en America Latina (or SALURBAL, “Urban Health in Latin America) research project, which aims to generate evidence to inform policies and interventions to create healthier, more equitable, and more sustainable cities worldwide by studying the cities of Latin America. The workshop will be participatory and interactive, allowing facilitators and participants to learn from each other. The half-day session aims to build an understanding of how a large interdisciplinary and international team of researchers can work together to ask and answer important urban health research questions to inform healthy urban policies.
Topics covered will include:
- How to build a network and platform for urban health research and policy translation in the global south
- How to create a flexible integrated data platform for urban health research across and within cities
- Experimenting with innovative methods for urban health research
- How to engage policymakers in systems thinking to inform urban health research and policy translation
Workshop facilitators: Olga Lucia Sarmiento (Universidad de los Andes), Waleska Caiaffa (Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais), Gina Lovasi (Drexel Urban Health Collaborative), Jose Siri (United Nations University – International Institute for Global Health), Claire Slesinski (Drexel Urban Health