Agenda

08:15 to 08:45 Registration (Poster hanging from 08.00)
Speaker Department / School Talk title
08:45 Mike English Introduction to the day
09:00 Dr. Mark Thompson Institute of Biomedical Engineering PURAK – an Oxford – Bangalore collaboration developing affordable prosthetic limbs
09:30 Dr. Jeffrey Lienert National Instiutes for Health, Said Business School & Centre for Tropical Medicine and Global Health Antibiotic Use in Southeast Asia: An Overview of Socio-Medical Research at the Patient – Health System Interface
10:00 Session 1: Posters 1-11 Rapid Oral Presentations (2-3 mins to introduce each poster)
10:30 Tea / Coffee
11:00 Dr. Natalie Leon
South African Medical Research Council
Development and pre-testing of brief text-messaging for Type 2 diabetes adherence support in sub-Saharan Africa: Using the UK MRC Framework for the Development of Complex Interventions
11:30 HSD-N Team Centre for Tropical Medicine and Global Health and the KEMRI-Wellcome Trust Task-shifting by design – employing multidisciplinary research to propose task shifting that is fit for purpose and context
12:00 Session 2: Posters 12 to 24 Rapid Oral Presentations (2-3 mins to introduce each poster)
12:40 Lunch and poster viewing
13:30 Poster discussions
14:15 Dr. Seye Abimbola BMJ Global Health Publishing multidisciplinary research
14:35 Prof. Sassy Molyneux Centre for Tropical Medicine and Global Health and KEMRI-Wellcome Trust An international collaboration to understand biological, nutritional, environmental, health system and social factors affecting outcomes of severe malnutrition.
15:05 Prof. Trish Greenhalgh Department of Primary Health Care Sciences and Interdisciplinary Research In Health Sciences Unit Interdisciplinary research explained
15:35 Tea / Coffee
16:00 Prof. Alan Stein Department of Psychiatry A home-based intervention to support mothers with HIV to disclose their diagnosis to their uninfected primary school aged  children
16:30 Prof. Mike English & Prof. Gerry McGivern KEMRI-Wellcome Trust and Warwick Business School Why was a network chosen as a form of intervention to improve hospital care and how might it be achieving results?
17:00 Closing remarks
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