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Stream: Presentation of "Ukrainian health reform amid the pandemic" study

The survey was carried out by Gorshenin Institute and Friedrich Ebert Foundation in Ukraine.

The LBTV YouTube channel is streaming the presentation of findings of the "Ukrainian health reform amid the pandemic" study carried out by Gorshenin Institute and Friedrich Ebert Foundation in Ukraine as part of the research "Reforms in Ukraine: changes for better or imitation of progress".

Points for discussion

- How do Ukrainians assess health reform? Should it continue?

- What consequences of health reform have Ukrainians already experienced? Do Ukrainians think that the course of the reform should be changed?

- The impact of the coronavirus pandemic on health care and health reform in Ukraine.

Participants

- Oksana Movchan, acting Head of the National Health Service of Ukraine;

- Marcel Röthig, Regional Director, Friedrich Ebert Foundation in Ukraine;

- Svitlana Balyuk, Head of Research, Gorshenin Institute;

- Maria Koval-Honchar, Project Coordinator, Friedrich Ebert Foundation in Ukraine;

- Kateryna Yarmolyuk-Kroeck, Project Coordinator, Friedrich Ebert Foundation in Ukraine.

The discussion is moderated by Natalya Klauning, director for communications at Gorshenin Institute.

Any mention of the event must mention Gorshenin Institute and Friedrich Ebert Foundation in Ukraine as its organisers.

Background

The study "Ukrainian health reform amid the pandemic" was carried by Gorshenin Institute and Friedrich Ebert Foundation in Ukraine in September-December 2019. It included five focus-group discussions in Central (Kyiv), Western (Lviv), Eastern (Dnipro), Southern (Odesa) and Northern (Chernihiv) regions of Ukraine and face-to-face interviews by respondents' places of residence. Overall, 2,000 respondents aged over 18 were interviewed in all regions of Ukraine (except for occupied parts of Donetsk and Luhansk regions, Crimea and Sevastopol) by quotas of residence, gender and age. The margin of error does not exceed +/- 2.2%.

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