This webinar brought together experts in the fields of M&E, research, knowledge management , and peer reviewed publishing to answer questions and give tips and tricks to mine and share relevant learning and evidence with country counterparts and the global community. Panelists included:
- Sujata Bijou, IntraHealth, has spent over fifteen years in international program design, implementation, monitoring, quality improvement, evaluation, and field research focusing on RH, FP, MCH, and HIV/AIDs. Sujata currently works as a Senior Technical Advisor for Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning at IntraHeatlh International.
- Samantha Dittrich, BMJ, has more than eleven years of domestic and international experience in epidemiology, disease surveillance, pharmacovigilance, and nursing in communicable and non-communicable diseases. She has an extensive background in global health security, public health, program management and clinical research.
- Ruwaida Salem, Senior Program Officer at the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP), has more than 15 years of experience in the global health knowledge management field. She has worked as an editor, writer, and content strategist and now manages the production process for the Global Health: Science and Practice peer-reviewed journal.
- Margarite Nathe is principal editor/writer at IntraHealth International. As part of IntraHealth’s communications team and editor of the blog VITAL, she writes about global health, international development, and making the world a healthier place for all 7.6 billion of us.
Panelists answered questioned and discussed challenges and concerns about positioning M&E work for publishing, selecting the right venue for manuscript submission, and making strategic decisions for which knowledge dissemination tool to use.
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