virtual seminar

{Photo credit: Rui Pires}Photo credit: Rui Pires

More than 10 years ago, Management Sciences for Health (MSH) developed its Leadership Development Program (LDP), a structured program for leadership development that ties together personal development and real life challenges, utilizing a team-based, action learning approach to improve health outcomes.

This week, May 26 through May 28, all health leaders and managers interested in the LDP, and the new and improved LDP Plus (LDP+), are invited to participate in a free, three-day online seminar on MSH’s LeaderNet.

{Photo credit: Warren Zelman.}Photo credit: Warren Zelman.

April 2014 is an important month for malaria control. On April 25, the global community commemorates World Malaria Day 2014, with a theme of: "Invest in the Future: Defeat Malaria". Earlier this month, April 7, the theme of World Health Day highlighted the "small bite, big threat" of vector-borne diseases.

To commemorate these days and advance effective malaria programming worldwide, Management Sciences for Health (MSH) will host a 3-day virtual seminar, April 22-24 focusing on State of the Art Malaria Programming that leads to malaria elimination in this generation. The sub-themes of the seminar are:

  • April 22: State of Art for Malaria Elimination
  • April 23: Malaria Pharmaceutical Management
  • April 24: Vector Control, Prevention, and Parasitology

Participants must register on LeaderNet to participate.

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