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The Barriers and Opportunities of Telehealth

Thursday, April 15, 12 pm ETHITEQ Highlights webinar: Measuring Telehealth Success: You Can't Achieve it if You Can't Measure ItREGISTER In this presentation, Christian Milaster of Ingenium Digital Health Advisors will lead attendees through a series of pragmatic concepts on how to set an organization’s telehealth success targets, what and how to m...
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WHO’s interim guidance “Evaluation of COVID-19 vaccine effectiveness”

WHO’s interim guidance “Evaluation of COVID-19 vaccine effectiveness”WHO’s interim guidance “Evaluation of COVID-19 vaccine effectiveness” Dear colleagues, Given your interest by being part of this list-serve, we thought you might be interested in the release of WHO’s interim guidance “Evaluation of COVID-19 vaccine effectiveness” which is now avai...
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JSI celebrates World TB Day #theclockisticking

The clock is indeed ticking on our race to end tuberculosis (TB). COVID-19 has challenged TB programs in countless ways, and JSI staff working on TB and health projects have responded with resilience and flexibility. In addition to projects with integrated TB activities, JSI supports USAID’s investments under the Global TB Accelerator to End TB, su...
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PROJECT-BASED JOB OPENING FOR INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANT Content developer and process facilitator – Implementation guide on home-based records (HBRs) for maternal, newborn, child health (MNCH)

Project background –A home-based record (HBR) is a health document used to record the history of health services received by an individual. It is kept in the household, in paper or electronic format, by the individual or their caregiver, and is intended to integrate into the health information system and to complement records maintained b...
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Assistant Interoperability Coordinator - Philadelphia Department of Public Health, United States

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The assistant interoperability coordinator will oversee IIS data reporting and data connections. Their primary responsibility will be to lead, oversee, and complete setting up clinics to report to the IIS. Additional special projects will be assigned to this position as needed for the IIS and Immunization program. A qualified candidate must be a fl...
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Choose to Challenge. #IWD2021

Choose to Challenge. JSI improves family planning services, supply chains, and the capacity of local leaders to help women access the health services they need. We are committed to challenging gender inequities and ensuring that women, children, and communities have access to health care regardless of their circumstances. #IWD2021Original link
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New white paper spotlights the role of digital tools and adaptive management for navigating complex health challenges

New white paper spotlights the role of digital tools and adaptive management for navigating complex health challengesBy Celina Kareiva, Engagement Officer, PATHPosted in BID Learning Network (BLN), Monitoring & Evaluation, Packaging, Policies & Practices, PracticesPhoto: PATH/Chimwasu Njapawu. Mothers and their babies arrive early to receiv...
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Annual Report 2019

Transforming Global Health in 2019At CHAI, we follow a core set of values that guide our work. With each new program we take on, our approach remains the same: we work on large, ambitious projects; to make healthcare delivery more efficient; and with governments so change can be sustained without our support.The results have been transformational.C...
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Public-private partnerships in immunization data strengthening: Lessons from deploying Vietnam’s electronic immunization registry

Public-private partnerships in immunization data strengthening: Lessons from deploying Vietnam’s electronic immunization registryBy Tu Nguyen Xuan Cam, Program Officer, PATHPosted in UncategorizedPhoto: PATH. A child and mother at a fee-based immunization facility in Vietnam.Public-private partnerships in health care have been used widely in higher...
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A Year Defined by Public Health

2020 has drawn to a close after a tumultuous year of unexpected challenges that have affected every aspect of our lives. Throughout this pandemic and the years ahead, we continue our commitment to strengthening health systems, improving services, and ultimately, all people’s health. We could not do this without our hardworking, dedicated staff, who...
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Webinar and Moderated Discussion: Supply Chains for Noncommunicable Diseases

By Rachel Simon on January 19th, 2021Join IAPHL and the PATH noncommunicable diseases team February 10th at 8:00 AM EST / 1:00 PM GMT for a short 30-minute webinar on the critical importance of strengthening NCD supply chains. Marilyn Noguera, Dr. Josphat Samoei, and Williams Kwarah will provide highlights from projects in Ghana and Kenya that focu...
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Public-private partnership in immunization data strengthening: Lessons learned from deployment of Vietnam’s electronic immunization registry

Public-private partnerships in health care have been used widely in higher income countries as well as in lower-middle-income countries, such as Vietnam.1 The partnerships tend to bundle together multiple phases or functions of the health care system infrastructure—such as design, build, finance, maintain, operate, and service delivery.1 Such healt...
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Happy Holidays from JSI! ❄

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Closing the gap: A year of progress amidst the global pandemic

Closing the gap. As we looked through our blog posts from the past 12 months in preparation for our usual end-of-year roundup, the term surfaced again and again.It is a favorite in the global health community. There, closing the gap often means reducing or eliminating inequities in health systems and the communities they serve in low- and middle-in...
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Webinar Recap and Recording: Investing in the Supply Chain is Critical to Achieving Family Planning Goals

By Rachel Simon on December 15th, 2020IAPHL Executive Director, Walter Proper, participates in the High Impact Practices for Family Planning (HIPs) Partnership’s Webinar, Investing in the Supply Chain is Critical to Achieving Family Planning Goals, on November 19, 2020.  For a recap of the webinar, click here. Webinar Recap and Recording: Investing...
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Plans for covid vaccine effectiveness/impact studies

Plans for covid vaccine effectiveness/impact studiesDear colleagues, After COVID-19 vaccines are introduced into countries, it will be vital to generate real-world data on vaccine effectiveness and impact, as many questions will remain unanswered by the clinical trials.  Studies will likely be done in a variety of countries, in a variety of populat...
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Value of Vaccines

We recently worked with Health Awareness on the 2020 Value of Vaccines campaign. A printed publication was enclosed within every copy of the Guardian newspaper and the content is available online at healthawareness.co.uk. The campaign featured exclusive content from key thought leaders and industry voices about the importance of vaccination through...
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BID Learning Network serves as conduit for exchange and growth among member countries

By Catherine Muyawala, Community Coordinator, BID Learning NetworkPosted in UncategorizedPhoto: PATH/Trevor Snapp. BID Learning Network members participate in a learning exchange in 2015.For the past six years, the BID Learning Network (BLN) has been a conduit of learning, information exchange, and peer support in Sub-Saharan Africa aimed at improv...
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Mirage or Premonition?

On the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, we celebrated the blue skies, the majestic Himalayas now visible to people, and the rare view of a clean energy future.How can we maintain this visible promise of a cleaner and healthier world?Read the full story from our partners at the Climate and Clean Air Coalition here.  
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Scaling Clean Cooking Responsibly

 Despite decades of investments, research, and action, household air pollution continues to be a pressing global health issue. One village in Abuja, Nigeria is revealing a path forward. It’s our responsibility to listen and learn from the communities affected by indoor air pollution and find out what they have to say about the solutions that work b...
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