25 September 2018 - Anti-corruption by design: Understanding and tackling health system corruption on the road to Universal Health Coverage

On Tuesday, September 25th, join ACE and ACE's health partners, including LSHTM, for a webinar on ‘Anti-corruption by design: understanding and tackling health system corruption on the road to Universal Health Coverage.’

Corruption is a matter of life and death in the health sector, impeding access, quality of care, financial protection and equity, and disproportionately affecting the poor and vulnerable. Its causes are multi-faceted; they are influenced by factors within and beyond the health sector, and a top-down anti-corruption enforcement approach may not always yield the expected results.

This webinar will introduce different perspectives on corruption and will aim to gathering momentum around the topic.

The webinar is organised by the Health Systems Governance Collaborative.

Date and time:

Tuesday, 25 September 2018, 13.30 – 15.00 CEST (11:30 - 13:00 GMT)

 

Speakers:

David Clarke

David Clarke is a public health lawyer. He is a senior health system advisor at WHO HQ in Geneva. David works in three main areas: using law and regulation to implement Universal Health Coverage (UHC), supporting countries to strategically engage the private sector in service of UHC and developing preventative approaches to mitigate the risk of health system corruption.

Dina Balabanova

Dina is an Associate Professor in Health Systems & Policy in the Department of Global Health and Development at LSHTM, with over 20 years of experience in health systems and policy research in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). Her main expertise is in health systems governance, institution building and effective delivery models.

Mostafa Hunter

Mostafa Hunter is an international expert in governance, private sector engagement for public value and corruption risk management in the health sector. He took the lead on the development of several innovative approaches, conceptual frameworks and guides in those fields and has been an advisor to several UN agencies. He was awarded 2011 Rising Star of Corporate Governance from Yale School of Management and named a 2012 Global Proxy Watch Star.

Taryn Vian

Taryn Vian is Clinical Professor and Associate Chair of Global Health at the Boston University School of Public Health. Her consulting, research, and teaching focus on corruption and health, leadership and management, and financial management.

 

Register here.