Ms Birgit Kerstens
Birgit Kerstens is an old acquaintance for ICRH Belgium, because she passed here several times since 2007 as a consultant for research applications and in 2011-2013 as project administrator of the FP7 project MOMI. She likes to work in an international context and she prefers a hands-on approach and 'things (or projects) that move forward'.
Birgit will be the project manager of the new HIGH Horizons research project, or in full: Heat Indicators for Global Health (HIGH Horizons): monitoring, Early Warning Systems and health facility
interventions for pregnant and postpartum women, infants and young children and health workers. The project is funded by Horizon Europe, is carried out by 10 partners in Europe and Africa and runs for four years.
Publicaties van Birgit2016 Practical lessons for bringing policy-makers on board in sexual and reproductive health research
Aurore Guieu, Wei Hong Zhang, Yves Lafort, Peter Decat, Sara De Meyer, Shuchen Wang, Birgit Kerstens, Els Duysburgh2015 Opportunities to improve postpartum care for mothers and infants : design of context-specific packages of postpartum interventions in rural districts in four sub-Saharan African countries
Els Duysburgh, Birgit Kerstens, Seni Kouanda, Charles Paulin Kabore, Danielle Belemsaga Yugbare, Peter Gichangi, Gibson Masache, Beatrice Crahay, Gilda Gondola Sitefane, Nafissa Bique Osman, Severiano Foia, Henrique Barros, Sofia Castro Lopes, Susan Mann, Bejoy Nambiar, Tim Colbourn, Marleen Temmerman2015 What health care for undocumented migrants in Belgium?
Dominique Roberfroid, Marie Dauvrin, Ines Keygnaert, Anja Desomer, Birgit Kerstens, Cécile Camberlin, Julie Gysen, Vincent Lorant, Ilse Derluyn2014 Newborn care in Indonesia, Lao People's Democratic Republic and the Philippines: a comprehensive needs assessment
Els Duysburgh, Birgit Kerstens, Melissa Diaz, Vini Fardhdiani, Katherine Ann V Reyes, Khamphong Phommachanh, Marleen Temmerman, Basil Rodriques, Nabila Zaka