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The Role of Community Health Workers in Achieving UHC: What COVID-19 Taught Us

July 8 @ 6:00 am - 10:00 am EDT

Organized by Communities at the Heart of UHC and CSEM

The Role of Community Health Workers in Achieving UHC: What COVID-19 Taught Us

July 8, 2020

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Are you tired of webinars, zoom meetings and teleconferences? Join us in a refreshing moderated online forum!

Participants will have access to two chat rooms with video recordings from decision makers, advocates and frontline health workers. The chat room topics will be focused on community health worker experiences from the field and tools and resources for civil society advocates. You will have the chance to participate in polls, post comments and questions, share your experiences and network with other civil society advocates. To register, please follow the instructions below.

Registration Instructions

Step 1. Make sure you are a member of the CSEM. If you are not, please click here to complete the CSEM online membership form. Your membership application will be approved within 12-24 hours.

Step 2. Register for the CSEM website here. Immediately after registering you will receive an email to activate your account. Make sure you click on the link to complete the website registration process. Once you are registered to the CSEM website, you will have access to this and future virtual discussion forums.

Step 3. Request group membership to join the discussion. Your request will be approved within 12-24 hours.

Step 4. Log on to the CSEM website on Wednesday, July 8th 2020!

Note: Please register 24 hours before the event. If you have any questions or need support registering, please email csem@msh.org.

This virtual discussion is co-hosted with the Communities at the Heart of UHC. Learn more about their campaign

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Organizers

Communities at the Heart of UHC
CSEM