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A conference on Global Health Systems Research, at St Antony's College, University of Oxford, on 6th December 2018. Crossing boundarie showcases the breadth and forms of multidisciplinary research employed to strengthen health systems in low- and middle-income countries. Keynote speakers introduced participants to a range of key methodologies and issues from across the spectrum of healt systems research.

Crossing Boundaries 2018 

A Conference on Global Health Systems Research 

Thursday 6 December - Nissan Lecture Theatre, St Antony's College, University of Oxford 

Crossing Boundaries showcases the breadth and forms of multidisciplinary research employed to strengthen health systems in low- and middle-income countries. Keynote speakers will introduce participants to a range of key methodologies and issues from across the spectrum of health systems research. The event is an ideal opportunity to learn about health systems research, network, find collaboration opportunities, and showcase your work  (see abstract submission information below). 

Featuring keynote talks from: 

  • Professor Lucie Cluver 
  • Professor Kara Hanson 
  • Doctor Eleanor Murray
  • Doctor Freddie Ssengooba 
  • Professor Lucy Gilson 
  • Professor Carl May 
  • Doctor Chris Paton 
  • Professor Charles Vincent 

Abstract submissions for rapid oral/poster presentations are invited from early career researchers and DPhil students.

Registration is also open to general conference delegates and will close at 12pm on 30 November. Early registration is advised; first come, first served.