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Empowering Frontline Health Workers with AI: Navigating Pitfalls and Possibilities

Empowering Frontline Health Workers with AI: Navigating Pitfalls and Possibilities

Join the Bay Area Global Health Alliance at 8:30-10 am PT, June 25 for a panel discussion exploring the complexities and opportunities of using AI to support frontline workers. This discussion, the third in a four-part series sponsored by Pfizer, will be moderated by UC Berkeley lecturer and Alliance board chair Colin Boyle and will feature Elina Urli Hodges (Duke Global Health Innovation Center), Daphne Ngunjiri (Access Afya, Kenya), Andrew Ddembe (MobiKlinic, Uganda), Raghav Minocha (Simprints), and Enric Jané (Causal Foundry).

Our Members

Collaboration across sectors is necessary to solve global challenges We believe in the catalytic power of shared knowledge and collaboration across our sectors. The Bay Area Global Health Alliance is a membership organization and central network hub, bringing together...

Bio — Colin Boyle

Colin BoyleColin Boyle, MPP, MBA is a member of the professional faculty at the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley where he teaches graduate courses on leadership and strategy for social enterprises and nonprofit organizations. Recently, he was Deputy Director of...

Exploring the Intersection of Implementation Science + Health Equity

Too often, promising health interventions do not reach the world’s most vulnerable communities or are not effectively adapted to community needs and constraints, resulting in significant unmet needs and growing health inequity. The Bay Area Global Health Alliance, as a multi-sector network and trusted, neutral convener, seeks to better understand this problem and propose practical solutions to close the gap between what we know and what we do, using the lens of implementation science, in order to advance health equity.