Where We Are Speaking

This is a listing of presentations made by SHOPS Plus staff at a variety of meetings around the world.  The types of meetings range from global conferences and secretariat meetings to local workshops and brown bags. Please see our events page for more information about upcoming events. 

Amina Aminu Dorayi, "Changing Hearts and Minds: The Impact of Enhanced FP Training on Gender Dynamics and Provider Biases", Nigeria Family Planning Conference, December 5, 2018.

Betting Brunner, "Driving public-private engagement for better health outcomes in DRC", technical presentation, USAID, November 28, 2018.

Lauren Rosapep, "Exploring youth-friendly approaches to improve access to voluntary family planning information and services among Ugandan adolescents",  International Conference on Family Planning, November 14, 2018, Kigali

Jeanna Holtz, "Family Planning and Universal Health Coverage: Together or Apart?", International Conference on Family Planning, November 13, 2018, Kigali

Sujan Karki, "Evidence-based social marketing in Afghanistan and Nepal: Using data to improve efficiency and effectiveness", International Conference on Family Planning, November 13, 2018, Kigali

Ramakrishnan Ganesan, "Applying an evidence-based, total market approach to strengthen the capacity and sustainability of local social marketing organizations", International Conference on Family Planning, November 13, 2018, Kigali

Susan Mitchell, "Addressing client financial barriers", Addressing Barriers to Service Delivery as Implants Move to Scale, October 16, Washington, D.C. 

Francoise Armand, "Addressing the unique needs of private sector implant provision" and "Addressing commercial private sector provider needs", Addressing Barriers to Service Delivery as Implants Move to Scale, October 16, Washington, D.C. 

Caroline Quijada, "Beyond vertical: Sustaining HIV service delivery through health insurance", Fifth Global Symposium on Health Systems Research, October 10, 2018, Liverpool

Jeanna Holtz, "Strategic purchasing: Leveraging direct and indirect benefits to improve quality", Fifth Global Symposium on Health Systems Research, October 9, 2018, Liverpool

Sean Callahan, "The private health workforce: key to expanding access to priority health services, Fifth Global Symposium on Health Systems Research, October 8, 2018, Liverpool

Jeanna Holtz, "Including small and medium private providers in health insurance programs", technical presentation, USAID, October 2, 2018.

Soumitra Ghosh, "Scaling up social marketing operations in Afghanistan", technical presentation, USAID, August 2, 2018. 

Phoebe Sloane and Miloud Kaddar, "Health trends in the Middle East and North Africa", technical presentation, USAID, July 18,2018.

Colm Fay, “Supporting health enterprises to increase access to family planning: Lessons learned”, technical presentation, USAID, May 22, 2018, Washington, D.C.

Susan Mitchell, "Surfacing New Models for Improving Access to Health Services for the Poor", a panel presentation at Who should care for women? Reflections on the private sector’s role in reproductive & maternal health care, The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, May 21, 2018, London

Tess Shiras and Lauren Rosapep, "Family Planning Motivators and Barriers in a High Fertility Conflict Setting: Methods and Results from a Household Survey in Afghanistan", poster presentation, Population Association of America Annual Meeting, April 26, 2018.

Marianne El-Khoury, “Mapping the private health sector in Senegal: A story of successful country ownership” technical presentation, USAID, April 11, 2018, Washington, D.C.

Francoise Armand, “Using a Systems Approach to Improve Method Choice in West African Private Health Facilities”, technical presentation, 18th General Membership Meeting of the Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition, March 21, 2018, Brussels

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