Routine Health Information Systems: A Curriculum on Basic Concepts and Practice
Use of information for evidence-based decision making produced by routine health information systems (RHIS) is still very weak in many low- and middle income countries (LMIC). In the June 2015 MA4Health Summit, USAID, WHO, and the World Bank called for action “to improve country health facility and community information systems.”
In response to this call, MEASURE Evaluation and WHO, in partnership with various other agencies and universities, have developed a standardized curriculum to study the routine health facility-based and community-based information systems.
Join our webinar on December 8, 20:00 GMT+8 with speaker Dr. Theo Lippeveld to learn more about it!
By attending the webinar, participants will learn about the development and content of the curriculum, as well as the training materials such as the syllabus, the facilitators manual, and other materials such as powerpoint presentations, case studies and exercises.