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[afro-nets] Videoconference: "Changing Norms for Healthy Spacing of Pregnancy: New Research and Programs", December 3rd
- From: "Lisa Basalla" <email@example.com>
- Date: Mon, 26 Nov 2007 16:50:48 -0500
You and your colleagues are cordially invited to an international videoconference event on new research, resources and programmatic experiences in Healthy Timing and Spacing of Pregnancy (HTSP).
Changing Norms for Healthy Spacing of Pregnancy: New Research and Programs Monday, December 3, 2007 9:00am - 12:00pm EST **
The videoconference will feature new qualitative and quantitative research on Healthy Timing and Spacing of Pregnancy (HTSP) from Jordan, Uganda and Egypt and a unique program experience from Kenya.
This is an innovative opportunity to network and discuss with your colleagues worldwide. Participants will join us simultaneously from Baltimore, Geneva, Amman, Kampala and Nairobi for the interactive session. A detailed agenda is attached to this announcement.
To register for participation at the Baltimore site, please visit: http://www.jhuccp.org/training/WebConference/ChangingNorms07/registration.php
**As seating is limited to 50 people, please register by Wednesday, November 28, 2007. **
If you are unable to join us in Baltimore, or one of the other videoconference sites, you may watch the videoconference LIVE on December 3, 2007 via webcast on the internet at http://www.jhuccp.org/training/WebConference/ChangingNorms07/registration.php . The videoconference will also be archived in its entirety on this website after December 3.
This interactive event is brought to you by:
* Health Communication Partnership (HCP) and the INFO (Information and Knowledge for Optimal Health) Project, based at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health/Center for Communication Programs * ACCESS/FP Project * Extending Service Delivery (ESD) Project * USAID * World Health Organization Department of Reproductive Health and Research(WHO/RHR)
Thanks and best regards,
Lisa Basalla, MPH
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Center for Communication Programs