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Realizing Global Health podcast takes a look at how to improve the Effectiveness in Global Health policy and programming, and to ensure the success of SDG #3.

Realizing Global Health podcast takes a look at how to improve the Effectiveness in Global Health policy and programming, and to ensure the success of SDG #3.
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Realizing Global Health podcast takes a look at how to improve the Effectiveness in Global Health policy and programming, and to ensure the success of SDG #3.

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English


Episodes

E_30 Writing Podcast 2

7/14/2018
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Today we will be talking about the process of writing a book and what is needed. Why does writing matter? What is the importance of writing skills and how can using them can be effective in the global?

Duration:00:13:10

E_29 Why should experienced global health professionals write a book?

7/2/2018
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Why should experienced global health professionals write a book? What are the steps to writing your first book?

Duration:00:12:11

E28_ Health Systems: The Power of One

6/8/2018
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This is the second podcast in a two-part series on developing sustainable health systems. What can one person do to strengthen a health system?

Duration:00:35:13

E27_ Health Systems: Developing Sustainable Health Systems

5/2/2018
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Why does a Health System matter, and why is it the first step to improving the health of a population?

Duration:00:16:08

E26_Medicine Supply in GH_Series#3_Role of Hospitals and Academia

10/18/2017
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The 3rd podcast in a series on the Medicine Supply in Global Health. This episode will look at the importance of medicines and other essential supplies at the hospital level, and the role of Academia and Primary Health Care facilities.

Duration:00:08:54

E25_Medicine Supply in GH_Series#2_The System vs The Program

10/10/2017
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This is the 2nd podcast in a series on the Medicine Supply in Global Health. Today we will be looking at the Supply System vs the Primary Health Care Program.

Duration:00:07:27

E24_Medicine Supply in GH_Series#1_The Basics

10/4/2017
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This is the 1st podcast in a series on the Medicine Supply in Global Health. Today we will be looking at the basics challenges in supplying medicines and what a good supply program looks like.

Duration:00:10:08

E22_Storytelling_Series#2_Why Storytelling Matters

9/7/2017
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This is the 2nd podcast in a series on Storytelling in global health. In this podcast we will be talking about what types of stories health professionals tell.

Duration:00:08:31

E21_Storytelling_Series#1_Stories in Global Health

8/18/2017
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This is the 1st podcast in a series on storytelling in global health. In this podcast we discuss with Dr. Elvira Beracochea about why it's important to use effective storytelling in global health.

Duration:00:11:20

E17: M&E Series #2 - Why does the FAATA matter in Global Health?

5/18/2017
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This podcast is the 2nd in a series on the topic of Monitoring and Evaluation in Global Health. In this episode, we will be trying to address the question: Why does The Foreign Assistance Accountability and Transparency Act of 2016 matter in Global Health?

Duration:00:14:31

E16: M&E Series #1 - What can be done to improve M&E in global health?

5/11/2017
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This podcast is the 1st in a series on the topic of Monitoring and Evaluation in global health. Here we try take a general look at the state of M&E today and ask the question: What can be done to improve M&E in global health? We interview Dr. Beracochea who is a global health professional with more than 30 years experience in over 50 countries. She is the President and CEO of Realizing Global Health and a tireless advocate for stronger health systems and support for the development of...

Duration:00:31:47

E13: Chapter 23 - Personalizing Health Communication

3/16/2016
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In this podcast we speak with author Gina Stracuzzi about the importance of telling one's story and why personalizing health communications can be so effective.

Duration:00:13:06

E11: Chapter 17 - Food Aid Reform

3/16/2016
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In this podcast we talk with co-author Eric Munoz and talk about food aid, experiences from his work with Oxfam America, and why food aid is important when looking at aid effectiveness in health.

Duration:00:33:06

E10: Chapter 13 - Academia’s Role in Improving Aid Effectiveness in Global Health

3/16/2016
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In this podcast, Dr. Padmini Murthy and Dr. Amy Ansehl explain evidence based theory and the role academia and its research has on improving aid delivery.

Duration:00:19:30

E07: Chapter 8 - Paying for Results; The Global Fund and the Role of Civil Society Organizations

3/16/2016
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In this podcast, we speak with Cristina de Nicolas Izquierdo about the importance of civil society and the role of the Global Fund.

Duration:00:51:56

E06: Chapter 6 - Assessing the Effectiveness of Health Projects

2/10/2016
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In this podcast, we will talk about Assessing the Effectiveness of Health Projects with author: George F. Grob

Duration:00:17:17

E08: Chapter 10 - Scaling up of High Impact Interventions

1/20/2016
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In this Podcast we will be talking about Scaling up of high impact interventions, with co-authors of chapter 10, Dr. Rashad Massoud and Nana Mensah Abrampah.

Duration:00:20:38

E12: Chapter 21 - The Effectiveness of the Census-Based Impact Orientated Approach

12/1/2015
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In this podcast episode we will discuss the Effectiveness of the Census-Based Impact Orientated Approach with author of chapter 21, Dr. Henry B. Perry.

Duration:00:13:14

E14: Chapter 24 - Asking Effective, Powerful Questions

11/11/2015
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In this podcast episode we will be talking about Asking Effective, Powerful Questions with author of chapter 24, Dianna Crouse

Duration:00:19:30

E04: Chapter 4 - Assessing and Promoting More Progress in Global Health

11/11/2015
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In this podcast episode, we will be talking about assessing and promoting more progress in health, the role of health as a tracer sector at the OECD with author of chapter 4, Elisabeth Sandor.

Duration:00:27:34