INVITATION-Webinar: Integrating NCD care with pre-conception and maternal health ¶
By: Felix Emeka Anyiam on May 25, 2019, 9:01 a.m.
The Community on Women and NCDs, facilitated by The George Institute for Global Health and WHO, will be holding a second webinar at 13.00 BST on Wed 29 May, focusing on ‘Integrating NCD care with pre-conception and maternal health services’. You can register for the webinar here: http://bit.ly/integratingNCDcare
The webinar is a Satellite Event of the Women Deliver conference being held 3-6 June in Vancouver, and will:
· Raise awareness about how integrating NCD care with pre-conception and maternal services can impact health across the life course;
· Share learning from different contexts about the practical challenges of integrating these services, and how they can be overcome;
· Examine where more evidence on cost-effective strategies for integration is needed.
Our speakers will include:
· Dr. Natalia Largaespada Beer, Technical Advisor, Maternal and Child Health Services-Ministry of Health, Belize
· Dr. Wagida Anwar, Professor of Community Medicine, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt
· Dr. Rilwan Adan, Chief Medical Officer, Baobab Circle and Head of the Diabetes Center at Lions Hospital, Nairobi, Kenya
· Dr. Amanda Henry, Senior Research Fellow, Global Women’s Health at The George Institute, and Obstetrician, St George Hospital, Sydney
The webinar will be moderated by Dr. Mychelle Farmer, Chief Medical Officer, Advancing Synergy; Chair of the NCD Child Governing Council; and Co-chair for CORE Group’s RMNCAH Working Group.
We very much hope you can join us; please register here: http://bit.ly/integratingNCDcare
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