The Heilbrunn Department of Population and Family Health, Mailman School of Public Health seeks a Student Research Worker to work with the Strengthening Emergency Systems Program (sidHARTe). sidHARTE promotes locally driven emergency care systems strengthening in low-resource settings through partnerships with local governments and institutions at all levels of the health system. sidHARTe’s partnerships focus on strengthening complex, adaptive health systems through implementation support and science, technical exchange and capacity building of frontline providers and policymakers.
The Developing Acute Care and Emergency Referral Systems (ACERS) program is a USAID-funded implementation research program under the direction of the Ghana Health Service and consortium partners including Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health sidHARTe – Strengthening Emergency Systems Program, University of Ghana Regional Institute for Population Studies, National Ambulance Service, and Catholic Relief Services. The goal of this project is to leverage implementation science to shape evidence-based national policies and strategies on acute care and emergency referral systems to benefit maternal and newborn health in Ghana. To effectively improve coordination along the continuum of care, ACERS aims to assess implementation outcomes, including the feasibility, acceptability and appropriateness of a set of novel community-based, pre-facility, and facility-based interventions for emergency referral and emergency obstetric and newborn care (EmONC).
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