Communities of Practice

The Health Research Program’s communities of practice (CoPs) offer the opportunity to interact with implementers, practitioners, and experts on priority maternal, newborn and child health (MNCH) topics. Within these communities, people with a range of perspectives and experiences using an implementation research approach can exchange technical information, share experiences, and adapt these lessons to their own context.

Possible Serious Bacterial Infection (PSBI)

Care-Seeking & Referral

Urban Health in sub-Saharan Africa

 

Come join our webinars with expert presenters and an online exchange platform where you will have the opportunity to discuss with leading experts on the topic.

We offer various ways for community members to participate and learn: interactive webinars, an online platform for technical exchange, a web page of resources, and project descriptions/case studies using the implementation research approach. We hope this exchange will increase knowledge among CoP members and will impart skills to advocate for and implement these interventions at scale, ultimately ending preventable child and maternal deaths.

 

Come join our webinars with expert presenters and an online exchange platform where you will have the opportunity to discuss with leading experts on the topic.

We offer various ways for community members to participate and learn: interactive webinars, an online platform for technical exchange, a web page of resources, and project descriptions/case studies using the implementation research approach. We hope this exchange will increase knowledge among CoP members and will impart skills to advocate for and implement these interventions at scale, ultimately ending preventable child and maternal deaths.

 

Come join our webinars with expert presenters and an online exchange platform where you will have the opportunity to discuss with leading experts on the topic.

We offer various ways for community members to participate and learn: interactive webinars, an online platform for technical exchange, a web page of resources, and project descriptions/case studies using the implementation research approach. We hope this exchange will increase knowledge among CoP members and will impart skills to advocate for and implement these interventions at scale, ultimately ending preventable child and maternal deaths.