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Who are we? In this article, learn about the STRIPE collaboration's experts who built this course. (Step 1.2)
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The Synthesis and Translation of Research and Innovations from Polio Eradication (STRIPE).

STRIPE is a research collaboration across eight global institutions. Our aim is to map, synthesize, and disseminate lessons learned from the global polio eradication initiative to help advance population health in remaining polio endemic and at-risk countries, and facilitate the effective implementation of future health programs and health systems strengthening activities globally.

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This course is one of three, covering different aspects of the polio eradication initiative. You may find the other two courses of interest as well:

This course features instruction and contributions from many experts in the field.

Course collaborators

Afghanistan | Global Innovations Consultancy Services
– Omid Rahimi, MD, MPH

DRC | School of Public Health, University of Kinshasa
Patrick K Kayembe, MD, PhD, MPH
– Eric Mafuta, MD, MPH, PhD

Ethiopia | School of Public Health, Addis Ababa University
– Wakgari Deressa, MPH, PhD

Indonesia | Department of Health Policy and Management, Faculty of Medicine, Public Health and Nursing, Universitas Gadjah Mada
– Riris Adondo Ahmad, MD, MPH, PhD

Nigeria | University of Ibadan & University College Hospital
– Eme Owoaje, MBBS, MPhil, FWACP

Course facilitators

USA | Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University

You are a key contributor to the course. We would like to know a bit about you. In the discussion, introduce yourself and tell us why you’re taking this course.

Throughout the course, we will be posing thought-provoking questions to promote friendly, collaborative discussions to enrich your learning experience by asking you to apply the concepts to your own work and educational context. In addition to posting your responses to these questions, please take time to read and respectfully respond to some of the posts by your fellow learners throughout the course.

Finally, feel free to share the course with friends and colleagues. You can use the hashtag #STRIPEData

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