RTI International researchers will present ways to use innovation to address global health issues during the Triangle Global Health Consortium’s annual meeting.
The event, being held September 27 at North Carolina State University, draws hundreds of individuals from around the Triangle-area who are interested in addressing global health concern. This year’s event is focused on the theme: Looking toward the future: Innovation for Global Health Impact.
Be sure to attend these sessions to hear from RTI researchers.
Innovations in monitoring and evaluation (M&E) for improved program design and implementation
- Molly Chen, Monitoring, Evaluation, Research, Learning and Adapting Specialist
- Elizabeth Regan, Monitoring, Evaluation, Research, Learning, and Adapting Specialist
- 11:15—12:15 am, Currituck
Building Digital Commons: Collaboration to accelerate, scale and improve digital health global goods
- Eileen Reynolds, Project Manager
- 1:10—2:10 PM, Hatteras
Problems and solutions from countries transitioning from DAH (donor assistance for health)
- Richard Reithinger, Vice President for Global Health
- Wangeci Thuo, Technical Advisor
- 1:10—2:10 PM, Room: Currituck
From idea to impact to scale: Lessons learned in accelerating global health innovation
- Andrea Stowell, RTI Innovation Advisor
- 3:10—4:10 pm, Plenary