New Research in Humanitarian and Health Care Supply Chains for Developing Countries

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  • May 28, 2008
  • Zaragoza Logistics Center

 

Seven Masters students present the results of their thesis work in Humanitarian and Health Care Supply Chains for Developing Countries. The presenters and topics are listed below:

PresenterTopicThesis Advisor(s)
Chiamin Lai and Mike LavertyImproving Health Impact Through Tailored Supply Chains: A Case Study of Ghana. See Abstract, Executive Summary and Presentation Laura Rock Kopczak
Puneet AgarwalAn Analysis of Opportunities for Increasing Donation Quantity and Quality by Food Retailers in Spain and India. See Abstract, Executive Summary and PresentationLaura Rock Kopczak
Lijie SongAnalysis of the Upstream Supply Chain for ACT Drugs for Malaria. See Abstract and PresentationPrashant Yadav and Santiago Kraiselburd
Virginia FalconProactive Management of Drug Recalls in Resource- Limited Settings: Implementation of Statistical Sampling Methods in a Pharmacovigilance Study. See Abstract, Executive Summary and PresentationPrashant Yadav
Christopher Carr and James Dorbor JallahImproving Spatial Accessibility to Antiretroviral Treatments for HIV/AIDS. See Abstract and Executive Summary and PresentationPrashant Yadav and Mozart Menezes

 

For more information, please contact Cristina Tabuenca at mailto:[email protected]

 

EVENT INFO :

  • Start Date:May 28, 2008
  • End Date:May 28, 2008
  • Location:Zaragoza Logistics Center