Research Monitoring, Training, and Publication Directorate

Research Monitoring, Training, and Publication Directorate

The Research Monitoring, Training, and Publication Directorate serves as a central hub for advancing public health research. We play a critical role in ensuring research quality, empowering researchers, and disseminating knowledge to various stakeholders.

Our directorate comprises three specialized case teams, each dedicated to a vital aspect of the research cycle:

  • Research Monitoring Case Team: This team safeguards the integrity and ethical conduct of research projects. They monitor ongoing projects, ensuring compliance with regulations, ethical standards, and timelines. Through regular assessments, they guarantee the quality and validity of scientific investigations by evaluating research progress, data integrity, and participant safety.
  • Capacity Building Case Team: Empowering researchers is at the core of this team’s mission. They cultivate the skills and expertise of researchers, professionals, and community members engaged in public health initiatives. By designing training programs, fostering mentorship opportunities, and organizing workshops, they strengthen capacities in research methodology, data analysis, evidence-based practices, and project management.
  • Knowledge Translation and Dissemination Case Team: Bridging the gap between research and action is this team’s specialty. They ensure research findings and best practices reach diverse audiences. They oversee the publication of scientific papers, reports, and user-friendly materials like policy briefs. Furthermore, they translate complex research into accessible formats for policymakers, practitioners, and the general public. This knowledge translation is achieved through various communication channels, including conferences, publications, and social media platforms.

The collaborative efforts of these case teams contribute significantly to public health research. We promote high-quality research outputs, empower professionals through development opportunities, and facilitate knowledge sharing within the field.

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