Cochrane South Africa <https://southafrica.cochrane.org/> and Cochrane People, Health Systems and Public Health <https://www.cochrane.org/about-us/our-global-community/thematic-groups/p... invite you to a webinar on “Healthcare workers' perceptions and experiences of primary healthcare (PHC) integration: a scoping review of qualitative evidence”.
Date and time: 26 September 2023, 14-15h00 South Africa time (CET)
In this 6o minute webinar, Hlengiwe Moloi and Natalie Leon will present on the methods and results of a scoping review of healthcare workers’ experience of PHC integration.
The learning objectives are:
* Learn about Cochrane scoping review methods for qualitative research;
* Understand the diversity of evidence on health care workers’ experience of PHC integration in terms of contexts, scope, strategies and stakeholders.
To join the webinar, please Register here<https://events.teams.microsoft.com/event/90fd80ca-646e-4bf1-8d9a-22bc732...@f1930bff-9b51-4d0c-b2bd-c26a9e0f4600>
HIFA profile: Simon Lewin is a health systems researcher at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) (https://www.ntnu.edu/employees/simon.lewin), the South African Medical Research Council (www.mrc.ac.za) and the Norwegian Institute of Public Health (https://www.fhi.no/en/kn/ceir/). He has a keen interest in how research evidence can be used to inform decisions for health systems in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) and at the global level in multilateral organisations such as the WHO. As Co-Lead of Cochrane People, Health Systems and Public Health, he has played a key role in strengthening Cochrane’s work in the field of health systems and in developing Cochrane methods for qualitative evidence synthesis. Cochrane is a HIFA supporting organisation and Simon is a member of two HIFA working groups: CHWs; and SUPPORT-SYSTEMS - How can decision-making processes for health systems strengthening and universal health coverage be made more inclusive, responsive and accountable? simon.lewin AT ntnu.no