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From data to action: A course on analyzing and using the VACS

Key speakers:

  • Amiya Bhatia
    Amiya Bhatia

    Associate Professor, Department of Social Policy and Intervention, University of Oxford

  • charles
    Dr. Charles Opondo

    Associate Professor of Medical Statistics and Co-Director of the Clinical Trials Unit, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

  • karen
    Prof Karen Devries

    Epidemiologist, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

  • Jodie
    Jodie Pearlman

    Research Fellow & PhD Candidate, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

  • Andres Villaveces
    Andrés Villaveces, MD

    Senior Scientist, CDC

  • Anne Ngunjiri
    Anne Ngunjiri

    Anne Ngunjiri, Senior Technical Advisor at LVCT Health

  • Shelene Gentz
    Shelene Gentz

    Shelene Gentz, Clinical Psychologist and Senior Lecturer at the University of Namibia

  • Beatriz Caicedo Velásquez
    Beatriz Caicedo Velásquez

    Beatriz Caicedo Velásquez, Epidemiology Professor & Researcher at the University of Antioquia

  • Franck
    Franck Migone

    Franck Migone, Statistician and Economist at Institut National de la Statistique Côte d'Ivoire

  • Bangaman
    Bangaman Akani

    Assistant Professor at the University of Felix Hophouet Boigny

  • Daisy
    Daisy Chelangat

    Daisy Chelangat, Research Associate at Aga Khan University


Together for Girls, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and BD invite you to a webinar that will showcase the outcomes of the course "From data to action: a course on analyzing and using the Violence Against Children & Youth Surveys (VACS) for researchers and advocates", which finalised last month.

The course has aimed to support, engage and equip early career researchers to conduct research using VACS data and communicate findings to policymakers and key stakeholders over the last few months.

The webinar will include the dissemination of all course participants' research, a discussion on the use of VACS data and a Q&A session at the end.

Speakers will include Amiya Bhatia (Assistant Professor at LSHTM), Jodie Pearlman (Research Fellow at LSHTM) and Andrés Villaveces (Senior Scientist at the CDC), as well as all course participants.

Join us to learn about how the next generation of child health researchers is using the VACS to generate new research helping to create a safer world for children.

Event details

Date(s)
28th November 2023 - 28th November 2023
Location
Remote

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