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Researching weak governance and corruption: lessons for practice
In this webinar we will be explore how poor governance and corruption can be researched, as it is notoriously difficult to understand the frontline realities, especially those of communities, patients and providers.
At this webinar we will discuss the following themes:
• Different research approaches, indicators, and think through the ethical issues influencing research on governance and corruption.
• Ethical harm to societies, from not conducting research on corruption.
• How to share evidence, such that risks can be mitigated for study participants and engage stakeholders (policy makers, practitioners, ethics boards) to promote research uptake and corruption.

Göran Tomson, Professor of International Health Systems Research, Karolinska Institute, Sweden
Göran coordinated the preparatory work that led to the establishment of the Alliance HPSR WHO and is currently councilor at KI President Office UN Agenda 2030, with a special focus on governance. He is cofounder and senior advisor SIGHT Swedish Institute for Global Health Transformation

Patty Garcia, Professor of Public Health, Cayetano Heredia University (UPCH), Peru
Patty is the former Minister of Health of Peru as well as the former Dean of the School of Public Health at UPCH and the former Chief of the Peruvian National Institute of Health. She is the first Peruvian to be elected to the US National Academy of Medicine.

Dina Balabanova, Professor in Health Systems and Policy, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, United Kingdom
Dina is co-chair of the HSG Thematic Working Group on Action and Accountability and Anti-Corruption for the SDGs. She is active in conducting research on governance and corruption in health.

- Dr Eleanor Hutchinson, (LSHTM and TWG AAA)
Aloysius Odii, (University of Nigeria and the Accountability in Action project)
Caesar Atuire, HSG Thematic Working on Ethics and Justice

Apr 28, 2022 02:00 PM in London