Register now for our upcoming webinar: How do we maximise the positive potential of digital communications in HIV and sexual health responses?
22 July 2021, 2pm to 3.30pm GMT+1, live on Zoom.
Who is on the panel?
Moderated by Kate Harrison, Avert’s Director of Partnerships and Fundraising, panel speakers include:
- Alex Medik, Business Innovation and Partnerships Lead, Aidsfonds
- Pradeep Kakkatil, Director of the Office of Innovation, UNAIDS
- Takunda Chanetsa, U-Report and Boost Coordinator, Africaid Zvandiri
- Irene Kpodo, Project Officer, NAP+Ghana
What is the event?
Avert is hosting this webinar to bring together those interested in digital health communications to share reflections and discuss implications. Four influential and thoughtful speakers from the HIV and digital health communications arena will have a panel discussion, followed by an open, facilitated conversation with the audience about digital health communication and its role in health literacy and self-care, focusing on HIV and sexual health.
Themes will include:
- Partnerships, collaboration and co-creation
- Sustainability and scale
- Innovation and ethics – how to manage the balance
- Health literacy – what is it and how does it relate to self-care?
This webinar is FREE to attend and open to anyone who is interested in digital communications for HIV and sexual health. A meeting report will be available shortly after the webinar has taken place.
Who should come and how they’ll benefit from attending?
Come to this event if you’re interested in learning more about maximizing the positive potential of digital health communications; if you are repurposing face to face health communication programmes to digital in light of the COVID-19 pandemic; if you’re already working in the area but want to do more, or if you’re an expert seeking to engage, network and share your experience.
Interested in attending?
Register now to join our webinar.
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