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La Recherche opérationnelle pour l'action humanitaire

    La science des meilleures pratiques

    Quels sont les lacunes les plus importantes en matière d'accès à des soins médicaux de qualité ? Les programmes de santé répondent-ils aux besoins des patients ? L'aide fournie par MSF parvient-elle à atteindre les personnes vivant dans des régions reculées et aux ressources limitées ? Quelles sont les causes profondes et multiples des crises humanitaires actuelles ?

    La Recherche Opérationnelle (RO) aide MSF à mener une réflexion approfondie sur ses programmes et ses opérations, à évaluer ce qui fonctionne bien dans un projet et à montrer ce qui doit être amélioré. Basée à Luxembourg, l'Unité de Recherche Opérationnelle dénommée LuxOR mène des projets de recherche soutenant l'action humanitaire et médicale dans le monde entier.

    LuxOR partage ses conclusions avec le mouvement international MSF et ses organisations partenaires, et plaide pour des changements au niveau des politiques et des pratiques de soins de santé. Les résultats et les recommandations, fondés sur des informations fiables, permettent de conseiller de manière adéquate des acteurs locaux, nationaux ou internationaux. Les études de RO menées par LuxOR sont publiées dans des revues scientifiques renommées et sont librement accessibles aux chercheurs et à la communauté humanitaire internationale.

    L'équipe

    LuxOR is a decentralized unit based in Luxembourg and Brussels, with further colleagues working from Canada, Beirut and the field.

     

    LuxOR Director: Amrish Baidjoe

    LuxOR Director: Amrish BaidjoeThe LuxOR Director is responsible for guiding global policy and strategic aspects of operational research for the unit and provides strategic guidance to team members and well as the medical department management, intersectional coordination and collaboration with external partners.

    Program Officer: Veerle Hermans

    Team coordination, support OR activities at MSF OCB level, support to the epidemiologists’ pool, liaison with operations, medical department in Brussels, and MSF Luxembourg.

    Policy, Practice & Communication Advisor: Maria Livia De Rubeis

    Coordination of evidence-informed policy and practice implementation, lead LuxOR communications and outreach.

    Medical Editor: Tony Reid

    Support to field teams and researchers for OR protocols and publications in scientific journals, support on the SORT-IT courses and lead MSF website "Field Research" with open access to MSF-authored articles.

    Operational Research Advisor: Wilma van den Boogaard

    Operational research support, focal point sexual and reproductive health (SRH), sexual and gender based violence (SGBV), and maternal health, migration, victims of torture (VoT) and mental health, neonatal and adolescent health, non-communicable diseases (NCDs), including cancer care.

    Caroline WalkerQualitative Research Mobile Implementation Officer: Caroline Walker

     

    Senior Qualitative Research Advisor: Umberto Pellecchia

    Operational research support for qualitative studies and social sciences. Focus on migration     health, violence, outbreaks and epidemics, climate change, environment degradation and     health, medical anthropology.

    Operational Research Advisor: Ankur Rakesh (ad interim for Julita Gil)

    Operational research support, focal point outbreaks/epidemics, vaccination and vaccine preventable Diseases (VPD), infectious diseases, malaria and vector-borne diseases (VBD), sexual and reproductive health (SRH), sexual and gender based violence (SGBV), and maternal health.

    ABR Operational Research Advisor: Anita Williams

    Operational research focal point for antibiotic resistance (ABR), microbiology, laboratory, infection prevention and control (IPC), and pharmacy.

    Senior Operational Research Advisor : Temmy Sunyoto

    Operational research support, focal point infectious diseases, neglected tropical diseases (NTDs), vector-borne and emerging diseases, health system and health policy, non-communicable diseases (NCDs), and migration health. 

    Operational Research Advisor: Maria Verdecchia

    Operational research support with a strong interest in quantitative methodologies to be applied across different themes and focal point for Environmental Health. Particular interest in Non Communicable Diseases. Additionally, focal point for developing and maintaining the field Epidemiologist support strategy.

    Epidemiology and Operational Research Advisor: Iro Evamplidou 

    Support to operations for regular and emergency projects, epidemiological and technical advice, epidemic intelligence activities, support to the epidemiologists’ pool, epidemiology capacity building, knowledge management.