Meet our Speakers and Panelists for the 3rd Webinar: Challenges in Designing and Implementing eLearning Solutions for Health
Dr. Bruce Dahlman
Dr. AM Zakir Hussain
Dr. Dahlman is a family medicine doctor in Grand Marais, Minnesota and is affiliated with North Shore Health-Grand Marais. Currently he is involved in the development of the Digital African Health Library which is an Africa-relevant, integrated point-of-care health information resource on smartphone devices. He is also designing a comprehensive basic emergency skills course to promote rural hospital teams; promoting the holistic care initiatives of Prime International (UK) and developing faculty expertise in teaching and mentoring within East African medical schools and post-graduate residencies.
Dr. Hussain is the Honorary CEO of the Social Sector Management Foundation- a consulting firm on mainly public health. He served Sr Advisor for UNICEF funded Nutrition Information Unit of the National Nutrition Services (NNS) program of Bangladesh and as Sr Management Expert for the European Union supported Urban Health & Nutrition Project for the Urban Poor in Bangladesh and supported development of the role delineations and financing for urban health in Bangladesh. He is also a guest speaker on leadership and management, public private partnership, climate change, universal health coverage, planning and policy making etc. and as team leader/principal investigator for surveys for the various public and private sectors.
Dr. Najmus Sahar Sadiq
Ms. Kanta Devi is currently serving as a Social & Behavior Change Communication Advisor at Plan International, Bangladesh. She has over 24 years of experience in providing strategic and operational leadership in social and behavior change (SBC) programs on health, family planning, nutrition, climate change, education, democracy and governance and poverty eradication, among others.For the last 7 years has been closely working with the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) to strengthen their capacity at system, organization, and individual levels.
Ms. Saiqa Siraj is a public health specialist with over 15 years of experience in maternal and child health and nutrition. Currently she oversees Nutrition International programs in the country and provides strategic guidance on project development and implementation, partnership strengthening, and research and monitoring. Saiqa Siraj is an active member of the Nutrition Working Group, Infant and Young Child Feeding Alliance, and the Health Population Nutrition Behaviour Change Communication Working Group in Bangladesh where she supports the development of national level strategies and frameworks.
In order to understand the importance, share and explore the ways of collaboration between private and public partnership using ICT to improve healthcare delivery in Bangladesh, The Daily Star Leadership Colloquium on ‘ICT in Healthcare’ held a session titled “Health transformation through public & private cooperation fueled by ICT” yesterday at The Daily Star Centre.
The Daily Star
Information technology can be vital in finding a solution to the existing problems in health care, according to a session titled “Transformation of Healthcare in Digital Space and its Future” held at the Media Bazar of BICC, on Thursday, at the Digital World 2017.
mPower Social Enterprises Ltd. has been putting enormous effort on the ICT in healthcare sector to improve nutrition, child health, mother’s health, people in accidents etc. from a very long time. Find out mPower’s work on ICT in Healthcare-
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