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  1. Dan Brigden
  2. Cold chain equipment
  3. Friday, 29 October 2021

Over the coming weeks, TechNet-21 will host a new webinar series entitled "Temperature Monitoring: Keeping a Cold Chain Cold". In this series, we will explore the different technologies available for active temperature monitoring of your cold chain. Practical experiences from countries using 30 Day Temperature Recorders (30DTRs) and Remote Temperature Monitoring Devices (RTMDs) will provide some best practices and lessons learned from using the different devices. You will also hear about the future of temperature monitoring and what is on the horizon.

The first webinar in the series will take place on Thursday, November 11. The webinar will focus on the objectives of using temperature monitoring devices and will discuss current options and practices, as well as the challenges and pitfalls encountered. 

Session #01: Where are we with temperature monitoring of cold chain?
Date: Thursday, November 11, 15:00 CET
Register here: https://who.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_bqbhhwnWTiyx9unI_VJQiw

To pose any questions ahead of the webinar, to share other relevant information, you can reply to this forum post. In addition, you can also join our Telegram group dedicated to immunization supply chain topics and contiue the discussion there:

https://t.me/joinchat/RuajXXs201pmOTdk

All links to recordings and presentation slides for all sessions of this webinar series will be made available on our dedicated page:
Géraldine Nemrod Accepted Answer
Admin

You can already register to the next session of our webinar series on "Temperature Monitoring: Keeping a Cold Chain Cold

Session: Equipment Monitoring Systems (EMS): The future of interactive cold chain performance monitoring

Date/time: December 2nd, 15:00 CET

Immunization programs often encounter technical challenges when adopting current cold chain equipment (CCE) performance monitoring tools. WHO PQS is working towards solving these challenges by establishing a new way of monitoring equipment performance. This interactive session presents the future of equipment monitoring systems (EMS) and how they can become a valuable tool for immunization programs. Participants will also have the chance to provide their feedback on the proposed EMS features in real-time through an interactive survey tool.

Presenters:

  • Brian Pal, New Horizons 
  • Isaac Gobina, WHO HQ 
  • Karuna Luthra, GAVI 
  • Omileye Toyobo, CHAI 

Register here: https://who.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_bqbhhwnWTiyx9unI_VJQiw

Géraldine Nemrod Accepted Answer
Admin

The recording and presentation of our webinar session : Data at your fingertips: how to best use your 30DTR data, are now available: 

 •Recording: https://youtu.be/dw2tZSyz5UU

 •Presentation slides: https://www.technet-21.org/en/library/main/7468-data-at-your-fingertips:-how-to-best-use-your-30dtr-data-

 

You will find all presentation slides and recordings from all sessions of this webinar series on our dedicated page:

https://www.technet-21.org/en/topics/temperature-webinars

Géraldine Nemrod Accepted Answer
Admin

You can already register to the next session of our webinar series on "Temperature Monitoring: Keeping a Cold Chain Cold

Session: RTMDs: How to get the most out of your real-time temperature monitoring data 

Date/time: Thursday 25 November, 15:00 CET

With the expansion of the vaccine cold chain network and infrastructure, the ability to monitor equipment performance, procure appropriate equipment, maintain this equipment is vital to ensure safety of vaccines and related investments. This can be significantly enhanced through the analysis and use of data that is routinely generated from cold chain equipment (CCE) and remote temperature monitoring devices (RTMDs). This session explores key considerations in procurement and deployment of RTMDs, data ownership and access, interoperability as well as utilization of data for decision making. Rich country experiences will be shared to show case how countries are making the best use of their data outlining some challenges faced along the way.

Register here: https://who.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_bqbhhwnWTiyx9unI_VJQiw

Géraldine Nemrod Accepted Answer
Admin

The recording and presentation of our webinar session : Where are we with temperature monitoring of cold chain?, are now available: 

 •Recording: https://youtu.be/rGQsL98QpB8

 •Presentation slides: https://www.technet-21.org/en/library/main/7457-where-are-we-with-temperature-monitoring-of-cold-chain

 

You will find all presentation slides and recordings from all sessions of this webinar series on our dedicated page:

https://www.technet-21.org/en/topics/temperature-webinars

Géraldine Nemrod Accepted Answer
Admin

You can already register to the next session of our webinar series on "Temperature Monitoring: Keeping a Cold Chain Cold

Session: Data at your fingertips: how to best use your 30DTR data

Date/time: Thursday 18 November, 15:00 CET

 

In this session, we will review the technical aspects of 30DTR (FridgeTag). And you will learn how to optimize your 30DTR data through using support tools such as the Vari App and Pogo App, which are simple and free apps which collects the data, forwards it to an inbox of your choice, and aggregates it into easy-to-use reports. 

 

Register here: https://who.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_bqbhhwnWTiyx9unI_VJQiw



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