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- Communities Integrating M&E for Health Systems Strengthening - April 2-6 2012,
Bio Joseph Valadez Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
- Communities Health IT, Integrating M&E for Health Systems Strengthening - April 2-6 2012, Malaria Treatment & Prevention,
Bio Matt McLaughlin Peace Corps
- Communities Malaria Treatment & Prevention, Strengthening Health Systems: The Role of NGOs - November 7-11 2011,
Bio Manuel Lluberas Internationally recognized public health entomologist with over twenty years of direct and active involvement in the design, implementation, capacity-building and evaluation of integrated vector management programs under a wide-range of routine and time-sensitive environments. An accomplished public speaker and gifted presenter fluent in common or technical English or Spanish. H. D. Hudson Manufacturing Company
- Communities Endemic Non-Communicable Diseases, Health IT, Integrating M&E for Health Systems Strengthening - April 2-6 2012, Strengthening Health Systems: The Role of NGOs - November 7-11 2011,
Bio Liz Grant University of Edinburgh
- Communities Global Health Nursing & Midwifery, MDR-TB Treatment & Prevention, TB Infection Control,
Bio Gini Williams Gini Williams has been running the International Council of Nurses’ TB project since 2008. She is a committed advocate for the recognition and investment in nursing as a means to improve the care delivered to people affected by TB particularly in low and middle income countries. The ICN's TB Project is funded via the Lilly MDR-TB Programme and has been working in 16 countries with a high incidence of TB and DR-TB. She has been active in the field of TB since 1993 and worked as a TB Nurse specialist herself in London for five years. In ...
- Communities Building Capacity for Diagnostics, HIV Treatment & Prevention, Strengthening Health Systems: The Role of NGOs - November 7-11 2011,
Bio Barbara O'Hanlon World Bank
- Communities TB Infection Control,
Bio Pamela Fruechting I am a doctoral candidate, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee College of Nursing. My interests are global orphan care and community-based models of care. In August 2012 I will be traveling to Malawi to conduct my dissertation research on child-headed households in a rural, HIV-endemic region that is served by an NGO. Utilizing qualitative methods, my primary aim is to explore the relationship between vulnerability and subjective well-being with the intent to inform NGO orphan programming. Interests: Children affected by and infected by HIV, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa; family health; theories of well-being; faith and well-being. Web sites: www.OrphanHealthProject ...