Webinar: Supporting adherence to new malaria treatment with user-friendly materials

May 19th, 2020 from 8 AM to 9 AM PST (5 - 6PM Central European Time)
Photo: Cristina Donini/MMV

Dear Colleagues,

Please join us on May 19th, 2020 from 8 AM to 9 AM PST (5 - 6 PM Central European Time) for a webinar highlighting case studies of clear and user-friendly communication materials to improve treatment outcomes.

Our presenter:

  • Maud Majeres Lugand, Research and Access Project Manager for Medicines for Malaria Venture. Passionate about visual communication and cultural differences, Maud works in the intersection of drug delivery, patient compliance and provider comprehension – an area that bolsters the health impact of medicines. With experience in social research her contribution focuses on developing Information Education and Communication materials as well as user-friendly packaging for medicines to enhance treatment outcomes. Additionally, as the malaria in pregnancy access focal point, Maud has been collaborating on several key projects aiming at improving maternal and neonatal health. Maud has a background in communications and prior to joining MMV in 2006, she worked in a communications agency in the private sector for six years. Aside from work, she is currently completing her Master in Public Health with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicines. She likes swimming and kitesurfing.

If you would like to read more about Maud’s work in advance of the webinar, see this publication.


A separate calendar invite for the webinar will be sent out shortly. Please RSVP to the calendar invitation to confirm your participation. You can also register for the webinar here.

What additional resources and future webinar topics would you like to see?

Please send an email to GORCoP [at] path [dot] org if there are additional resources you would like to see added to the digital repository. Also, please send an email to GORCoP [at] path [dot] org if there are additional resources that you would like to share with the community of practice, or webinar topics that you would like to present.



Please email GORCoP [at] path [dot] org if you have any questions or need assistance accessing resources or with the webinar invitation.