Workshops are a valuable and engaging way to learn, providing a fantastic opportunity for collective training sessions, skills transfer, networking and information sharing. The range of workshops and format for delivering the sessions can be creatively designed to best serve the context of the learning. Initiatives such as these help to support and strengthen capacity at both an individual and institutional level. 

......................................................................................................................................................... 2020

REDe has just launched a *NEW* call for workshop proposals!

REDe is offering funding and seeking collaboration in co-organising training workshops to promote research skills development for healthcare professionals in Brazil.

This initiative aims to support local responses to epidemic outbreaks and relevant research agendas and encourage activities to further strengthen regional research capacity. Given the social-economic burden of disease outbreaks in developing countries, we would like to broaden our work alongside Brazilian researchers to build long-lasting health research capability in Brazil as part of our mission to promote research capacity development in Latin American and Caribbean countries.

Apply NOW!

Please see *here* for more details and guidance on submitting an application!

 

......................................................................................................................................................... 2019

A rich and rewarding series of workshops focusing on various aspects of arboviruses were successfully delivered across Brazil throughout 2019...

                                                                  

 **Coming soon**

You will soon be able to explore the content of each of these workshops and the outputs created by these efforts. The theme of these four workshops centred on arboviruses with core topics ranging from: Vector control, Diagnosis and Public Policy, Motor Functional Rehabilitation and Neurodevelopment.