The Behavior Effect: A JSI Livecast

Social and behavioral sciences are essential to realizing thriving health systems. JSI works alongside communities, organizations, and governments to ensure that change efforts are people-centered and tailored to local context, culture, and need.

Our Behavior Effect livecasts are one-hour events that feature experts from around the world who discuss global health and development issues related to social and behavior change.

We recently kicked off our three-part series about the power of social norms to support girls and young women with an engaging discussion on the importance of social accountability. Watch the recording below and stay tuned for more information on part II of the series, coming soon!

Current Series:
The Power of Social Norms to Support Girls and Young Women

Experts from JSI, Bantwana Zimbabwe, Girl Effect, and UNICEF discuss how social norms affect girls’ and young women’s health and well-being; the role of social accountability in efforts to shift norms; and effective social accountability mechanisms.

Previous Series:
Person-centered Care

JSI’s Kate Onyejekwe moderates a discussion on creating an enabling policy and financial environment for person-centered care.

Speakers from across sectors discuss how we can hold all actors in the health ecosystem accountable for delivering person-centered care.

During the final livecast of the series, panelists discuss how person-centered service settings can build trust across the health system; the importance of supporting health care workers; ways to promote person-centered care in fragile settings; and much more.

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