Sharing the following invitation from our colleagues at SIHI China. Please see the email below.
We’re hosting a *Social Innovation Summer Training Workshop* from *July 5th* to *August 16th* between *8am *and *9am ET time* and would like you to attend. Social Innovation in Health is defined as a community-engaged process that links social change and health improvement, drawing on the diverse strengths of local individuals and institutions. Social innovation contends that having local beneficiaries drive the development of a health program leads to more accountable and sustainable services. (Halpaap et al, Lancet Global Health, 2020
The training will take place online. It will be led by a committed group of SIHI Fellows.
Participation in our webinar is open to anyone interested in social innovation. Please register here:
https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_PTtn81xaTCGueHu79OiJ4g. More details here
This workshop is co-organized by the Social Entrepreneurship to Spur Health (SESH) team, the Social Innovation in Health Initiative (SIHI) and UNC Center for AIDS Research (CFRA) TechEngage.
If you have any special requirements or have questions, email Yusha Tao (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Yusha Tao and Joe Tucker on behalf of the workshop training team
Jean Francis A. Barcena
Hosted at the College of Medicine,
University of the Philippines Manila
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