- Due to the Covid-19 pandemic and other disturbances to the health sector, strong evidence has emerged of its disproportionate impact on vulnerable groups leading to health inequities. Such vulnerability may be associated with populations’ status based on ethnic origin, race, citizenship, internal displacement, stigmatization, poverty, and pre-existing physical and mental conditions.
- The resulting health inequities that vulnerable groups face in Myanmar requires the conduct of research to address and mitigate these inequities caused by the social determinants of health.
- To enhance building capacity to conduct research addressing inequities, we have developed a one-year Health Equity Training Program.
- Myanmar researchers from INGOs and local NGOs to conduct collaborative studies addressing health inequities.
- Due to Covid-19, the program will be conducted totally online.
- Course begins October 02, 2022
- Part I: Weekly 1-hour virtual webinars + asynchronous learning on Moodle platform from October 02 until March 31, 2023
- Part II: Conduct of a research project from April 2 until June 30, 2023.
- Bachelor’s or master’s degree in a related health discipline
- Recent conduct of health-related research (preferred)
- Relevant work experience in health
- Good English communication and writing skills
- Commitment to the program for one-year
- Applicants should seek their respective organizations’ approval to join training and conduct research.
- Complete online application form by September 15: access form at: https://equityresearch.geei.org/application-form/ or click here
- A one-page personal statement explaining how this program will enhance the applicant’s career
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