HSR2022 Special - Conversations in the Halls (Episode 1)

Our team of Connecting Citizens to Science podcasters are roaming the halls of HSR2022 to bring you the thoughts and takeways of the presenters and delegates after the sessions, with a focus on community engagement. 

In today’s special episode we have: 

Ibrahim Dadari - Immigration Specialist, UNICEF 

Sara Dada - PhD Candidate, University College Dublin 

Anna Socha – Health Policy & Systems Researcher, Swiss Tropical & Public Health Institute  

Sarbani Chakraborty – Senior Programme Director, Mixed Health Systems

These delegates share  their thoughts and takeaways from some of the sessions held on 31/10/22.  

More conference coverage coming your way throughout the week! 

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About the Podcast

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Researchers and scientists join with communities and people to address global challenges

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Kim Ozano

Research and Development Director at SCL and co-founder and host of the ‘Connecting Citizens to Science’ (CCS) podcast. Kim is a health policy and systems researcher with over 15 years’ experience of designing, delivering and evaluating health and development projects in the Global South and UK. She is an implementation health research specialist, as can be seen from her publications and work at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, where she remains an Honorary lecturer.
Kim creates space in Connecting Citizens to Science for researchers and communities to share their experience of co-production to shape policy and lasting positive change.