Every two years, Emerging Voices for Global Health (EV4GH), a thematic working group of Health Systems Global welcomes a new cohort of young, promising health policy and systems researchers from around the world into its innovative blended training program. Now EV4GH and the USAID HRH2030program have teamed up to ensure that the next generation of health workforce researchers have a voice in achieving the current — and setting the future — global health agenda. With the passage of the Global Strategy on Human Resources for Health: Workforce 2030 and the recent Dublin Declaration on Human Resources for Health, the stage is set for those willing to advocate and build evidence for improved efficiency and investment in the health workforce!
“EV4GH has enhanced my skills in health systems research, scientific presentation, interpersonal relationships, and public speaking. It has led to several opportunities to participate in international workshops, conferences, and research.”
Dr. Isabel Kazanga, EV
Become a Voice for the Health Workforce
Join us February 1 at 8:00 a.m. EST to learn more about EV4GH, including the many benefits of its unique training approach and details about the application process for the 2018 program. We’ll include information about deadlines and other important dates leading up to the Fifth Global Symposium on Health Systems Research — where young researchers have an opportunity to apply their new skills. We’ll also leave ample time for questions!
Why EV4GH? An Overview of the program and key deadlines for 2018
Dr. Prashanth Nuggehalli Srinivas, Institute of Public Health, Bengaluru | EV4GH
HRH2030 and Opportunities for Young Health Workforce Researchers
Andrea Poling, HRH2030
Participation in EV4GH: A personal perspective
Dr. Isabel Kazanga, Malawi College of Medicine | HRH2030 | EV4GH