ISNTD FESTIVAL

2019

WORKSHOPS

ISNTD Festival is delighted to propose a wide and varied scope of detailed and hands on Workshops throughout the day (please return to this page regularly as this list is being added to).

Mobile Gaming (Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine)

 

 

"A Game Changer for Public Health Promotion)"

The workshop will demonstrate the use of mobile gaming as a two-way method of health communication.

 

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The Role of Comedy in Public Health Messaging (Rachel Cole-Wilkin)

 

"NTDs are no Joke (but let’s start there anyway!)"

How do you engage people with hard-to-talk-about subject in a memorable way that will keep people talking about it long after your first conversation?

 

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Theatre: a Compelling Tool for Complex Global Health & Behavioural Interventions (Acting for Health)

 

How can theatre and acting skills drive collaboration between patients & their communities, accelerate behaviour change messaging and help healthcare professionals improve their communication of complex healthcare messages?

 

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Interested in holding your own workshop?

Please get in touch to discuss speaking slots, panel, workshops and costs as well as any submissions for the showcase - Kaman Rafiq krafiq@isntd.org or Marianne Comparet comparetm@isntd.org

Writing for impact (Zoe Mullan, The Lancet Global Health)

 

What is the best way to write about scientific research to maximise impact and reach? Zoë Mullan, Editor-in-Chief of the open access journal, The Lancet Global Health, offers a session of advice on writing skills and on how to capture the interest of leading journals.

 

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Story shifter, big data and story telling for the social good (Lisa Russell, Film Director)

 

 

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Video: a new (old) tool to present research evidence to policy-makers (Jamie Guth, Global Health Connections)

 

This workshop presents lessons learnt on how and when to use

a video of research subjects as a research dissemination tool

with policy-makers. It is based on qualitative research that

examined the perceptions of policy-makers on the

acceptability of using narrative approaches so that research

participants could explain their impressions of the study and

how it affected them.

 

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Open science techniques for resilient and autonomous ecosystems of care (Anique Yael Vered, Research Coordinator, Edgeryders)

 

This workshop explores community-driven models to address social and health care, as developed under the OPENCARE project developed by Edgeryders.  

 

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Open Data Kit: electronic data capture tools for scientists in global health (Dr. Chrissy Roberts, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine)

 

 

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Resistance101 and ResistanceSim: Gaming to understand insecticide resistance in vector control (Kirsten Duda, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine)

 

Facilitated training sessions using games could be the next novel approach of communicating information in vector-borne disease control programmes, from training microscopists to read blood slides, to demonstrating how a spray operator should properly perform indoor residual spraying. With the current increase in mobile technology, games have the potential to have a transformative impact in disease control.

 

In this workshop we will discuss the process and importance of developing innovative gaming tools to build capacity within the field of vector control.

 

 

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