Community Voices in Health Governance  Translating Community Participation into Practice in a World of Pluralistic Health System

COMPLUS, Community Voices in Health Governance, is a multi-country, multi-city research project led by a consortium of academic, research and action institutions in Brazil, India and South Africa.

COMPLUS will examine the changing scape of health systems delivery, particularly the new ways in which public and private care are combined, and what potential role can institutionalised community participation can play in contributing to system effectiveness. COMPLUS will research on what role community participation can play to help foster alignment of bureaucracies, communities and health professionals around improving population health and well-being.

Núcleo Cidadania, Saúde e Desenvolvimento: Vera Schattan e Frederico Haddad via @YouTube
A unique way of introducing COMPLUS by our colleagues from @cebrap . Please use subtitles from the settings!

COMPLUS IS HIRING! Yes, we are hiring a Communications Associate/Lead for COMPLUS. The work involves working with diverse teams across 4 countries. More information here:
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Our #GlobalAdvancedFellowship is open for applications. This £750,000 will fund:
1️⃣ A research project
2️⃣ Training and development
3️⃣ Institutional capacity strengthening
The award is for post-doctoral researchers at all levels.

We have lift off! Our exhibition stand is set and ready. Come over to stand 24 at the @DurbanICC exhibition space on more on our publications & satellite session #MakeTBCount #SATBConference

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