YouTube Video: Introduction to RinGs RinGs , 2014 In this video Rosemary Morgan of Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health introduces the Research in Gender and Ethics (RinGs): Building Stronger Health Systems project and some of the activities we are carrying out. Watch the video above or click on the link below to watch it […]
This short video summarizes the findings from a project exploring differences in receiving family care among the elderly in China. The presentation was a part of a webinar exploring the role of gender in health systems. This video is also available on YouTube.
Receiving an award is an accolade. Awards validate and bring visibility, help attract funding, hasten career advancement, and can consolidate career accomplishments. Yet, in the fields of public health and medicine, few women receive them. Between seven public health and medicine awards from diverse countries, the chances of a woman receiving a prize was nine […]
This brief describes how RinGs worked with the ReBUILD Research Programme Consortium to stimulate and embed gendered research within the partnership. It includes detail on how the collaboration fostered new ways of knowing and framing problems in health systems research. How it provided channels of capacity development on gender and intersectionality analysis. How it influenced […]
Nkoli Ezumah, Health Policy Research Group, College of Medicine, University of Nigeria , 2017 Nigeria This short video summarizes the findings from a project exploring male involvement in prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV in Enugu State, Nigeria. The presentation was a part of a webinar exploring the role of gender in health systems. More information about this […]
Powerpoint Presentation: Household decision-making dynamics for research, and implications for informed consent Dorcas Kamuya , 2014 Kenya The presentation was part of RinGs’ panel at the Third Global Symposium on Health Systems Research in Cape Town: “New frontiers in advancing gender analysis in health systems research: context embedded approaches; intersectionality; and engagement with power and ethics”. In this presentation, Dorcas Kamuya from […]
Gender roles and relations play an important role in child health and nutritional status. While there is increasing recognition of the need to incorporate gender analysis in health planning and programme development, there has been relatively little attention paid to the gendered nature of child nutrition interventions. This qualitative study undertaken in rural Coastal Kenya […]
This short video that summarizes the findings from a project exploring how gender cross cuts with other social determinants to influence eye health care seeking in India. The presentation was a part of a webinar exploring the role of gender in health systems. More information about the study can be found here. This video can also be […]