Category: Webinar

Webinar: Using NVIVO for Qualitative Data Management

In this CHORUS webinar, Dr. Adanna Nwameme from the Ghana Team provides a training session on qualitative data analysis using the NVIVO software.   Watch the training session here!  


Webinar: “Health Financing and Public Expenditure Management Tools”

In this CHORUS webinar, Prof. Rumana Huque from ARK Foundation, introduces public expenditure management tools and specifically, PER, PETs and NHA. A discussion follows on how these tools are useful in understanding overall fund flow and how they can be used at subnational level. Finally, examples of how the tools can be used in practice…


Webinar: “Intervention Co-creation Methods and Approaches”

In this CHORUS Webinar, Professor Helen Elsey from the University of York, introduces frameworks and useful papers on co-design processes.   Watch the presentation here!


Webinar: “Health Economics Tools”

In this CHORUS webinar: Dr. Bryony Dawkins and Prof. Tim Ensor discuss the role of health economics in helping to understand and evaluate health systems and health system interventions. The presentation briefly presents nine techniques and tools, from understanding sources of funding and funding flows, through analysis of equity, economic evaluation and provider payments. Watch the…


Webinar: “Multi-sectoral responses to address the wider determinants of health”

In this CHORUS Webinar: Professor Helen Elsey chairs the session and introduces the topic looking at WHO’s Health in All Policies (HiAP) and the importance of multi-sectoral approaches for CHORUS. Professor Charles Hongoro (HSRC) joins the CHORUS team and shares experiences on working across sectors on urban agricultures and food systems Dr. Jemma Phillips (UoL)…


Webinar: PEN Training at Urban Primary Health Care Facilities, with Professor Malay K. Mridha

  Professor Malay K. Mridha, from James P Grant School of Public Health, BRAC University, joins the CHORUS team for a webinar on the integration of Package of Essential Non-Communicable Diseases (PEN) interventions in urban primary health care systems. This webinar covers: The components of PEN Evidence of benefits of implementing PEN in different countries…


Blog: Measuring and Addressing Deprivation in Informal Settlements: Two Frameworks to Use

Delali Kumapley, Research Uptake Officer, CHORUS Ghana In this blog, Delali Kumapley (CHORUS RU Officer) reports back on the recent webinar with CHORUS, IDEAMAPs, and the University of York’s Urbanisation and Health Network, on ‘Measuring and Responding to Urban Deprivation in Cities, in Low and Middle-Income Countries’, held on 7th July 22. The webinar showcased…


Blog: Comparing life for the poor in informal and formal settlements

Professor Tim Ensor, CHORUS Research Director, University of Leeds Is someone who is poor better off living in a slum (informal settlement) or in accommodation mixed in with all other households? This question has been on my mind recently, particularly after our pertinent webinar on Community Mapping and Domains of Deprivation with Caroline Kabaria recently…


Blog: Community Mapping and Domains of Deprivation

Delali Kumapley, Research Uptake Officer, CHORUS Ghana Community Mapping and GIS: Application for Health Research – Summary and Reflections from the Webinar Available statistics show that Sub-Saharan Africa records the highest number of slum dwellers. About 62% of the region’s urban population resides in slums as compared to 35% in Southern Asia (UN-Habitat, 2014). Although…


Webinar: Community Mapping and GIS, and Application for Health Research, with Dr. Caroline Kabaria

  Dr. Caroline Kabaria joins the CHORUS team for a webinar on community mapping and its application for health research. Dr. Kabaria, Associate Research Scientist at the African Population and Health Research Centre, presents on the participatory mapping of health services in slum areas in Kenya. CHORUS Communications Officer Delali Kumapley summarises her key takeaways…