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James Vesper reviews the critical aspects of documents, records and record management. Documents like procedures,...
James Vesper reviews the critical aspects of documents, records and record management. Documents like procedures, protocols, methods, and specifications provide instructions so people can perform tasks and make decisions safely, effectively, compliantly, and consistently. Records, such as batch manufacturing records, cleaning logs, and laboratory data sheets and notebooks provide evidence that actions were taken and decisions were (hopefully) made in keeping with procedures and GMP expectations. Reports, another type of documentation, provide specific information on a particular topic (like an investigation or one aspect of product development) in a formal, standardized way.
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Development of an affordable, effective vaccine against meningitis A is a milestone in public health. The new...
Development of an affordable, effective vaccine against meningitis A is a milestone in public health. The new vaccine, the result of a partnership between PATH and the World Health Organization called the Meningitis Vaccine Project, has the potential to stop a disease that regularly kills or disables thousands in Africa. Now, we must make sure that those who need the vaccine get it.

Read more about the Meningitis Vaccine Project at: http://www.path.org/menafrivac/index.php.

Copyright: PATH
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Forecasting is a critical supply chain activity that links information on services and commodities from the facility...
Forecasting is a critical supply chain activity that links information on services and commodities from the facility level with program policies and plans at the national level, and is then used to inform higher level decision making on the financing and procurement of commodities. Forecasting is a complex activity in that it involves using hard data to make mathematic calculations, but it also involves using contextual clues to make judgments and predictions. The dual use of both "art and science" in the forecasting process is the main focus of this video. The video combines animated teaching segments with commentary from field experts who share their wisdom, experiences, and advice on this interesting topic.
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For the first time ever, the inactivated polio vaccine was administered alongside the oral polio vaccine in Kenya's...
For the first time ever, the inactivated polio vaccine was administered alongside the oral polio vaccine in Kenya's Dadaab refugee camps and neighboring host communities.
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Community case management (CCM) provides community health workers with the skills and tools needed to treat children...
Community case management (CCM) provides community health workers with the skills and tools needed to treat children under five for the most common diseases of childhood in the communities where they live. Selection of optimal products and routine quantification are critical first steps in ensuring that CHWs have the products they need to provide these life-saving services.

Learn more at: www.sc4ccm.jsi.com/quantification
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Immunisation expert spells out the reasons why we should vaccinate.
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Routine Immunization is one of the most cost effective public health interventions preventing 2 million child deaths...
Routine Immunization is one of the most cost effective public health interventions preventing 2 million child deaths worldwide - about 400,000 in India alone
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00:11:40
Up to one-third of the world's population has limited access to affordable, quality medicines. Chris Wright has been...
Up to one-third of the world's population has limited access to affordable, quality medicines. Chris Wright has been working in international development for over 20 years and has been with John Snow, Inc. (JSI) since 2002, working to address this problem. He focuses on public health supply chain management to improve access to medicines, contraceptives, and vaccines, optimizing supply chains, strengthening logistics MIS and data transparency, and developing human capacity for supply chain management in resource-limited countries.

As Deputy Country Director for Systems Strengthening in Tanzania from 2010--2012 and in Nigeria 2008--2010, he oversaw a broad portfolio of technical assistance activities to strengthen health commodity supply chains in the public sector. These included support to the HIV, laboratory, and TB commodity supply chains, and capacity building for the Tanzania Medical Stores Department (MSD) and the Nigerian Federal Central Medical Store, and other health workers involved in managing health commodities. Wright also oversaw the implementation of a new Enterprise Resource Planning system for MSD in Tanzania, and conceived and led initial development for an innovative electronic logistics management information system (eLMIS). Wright has recently taken a keen interest in opportunities to better integrate vaccines and cold chain logistics into other public health supply chain systems. He has worked in over 20 countries in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Eastern Europe, and the Middle East.

Prior to his career in public health, Wright developed and produced creative communication media and live marketing and product demonstration events for clients in the high tech sector. This evolved out of a decade of professional theater experience first as a technician, then as a writer, performer, director and producer of social and political satire reviews and improvisational comedy. Wright lives with his wife and two sons on the Hood Canal.

About TEDx, x = independently organized event

In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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Every year, the lives of up to 3 million children are saved by vaccines, but another 1.5 million are lost because...
Every year, the lives of up to 3 million children are saved by vaccines, but another 1.5 million are lost because they weren't vaccinated. Vaccines are everyone's business. Make sure you and your loved ones are up-to-date on your immunizations.
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Vaccinators are out in full force after a new case of polio was discovered in Afghanistan's capital.
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Reaching a remote settlement of refugees and returnees in south-eastern Chad with life-saving vaccines requires...
Reaching a remote settlement of refugees and returnees in south-eastern Chad with life-saving vaccines requires tremendous efforts, but it points the way towards a shipping and transport system that will eventually cover the whole country.

For more information, visit http://www.unicef.org
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GAVI Alliance partners tell the GAVI story and talk about what makes the partnership work.
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Supervision of supply chain personnel at the health facility level is a critical element of effective supply chain...
Supervision of supply chain personnel at the health facility level is a critical element of effective supply chain management. Conducting regular supervision can alert program managers of potential problems within the logistics system, which, once addressed, help strengthen the system and better ensure commodity availability.

This video, produced by the USAID | DELIVER project (http://deliver.jsi.com/dhome) , provides practical advice and tips for management-level staff on how to be an effective, supportive supervisor for supply chain activities.
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Welcome to day one of World Health +SocialGood starting on Monday, May 19th. This five-day, digital event connects...
Welcome to day one of World Health +SocialGood starting on Monday, May 19th. This five-day, digital event connects you to the 67th World Health Assembly. This is your chance to engage with experts discussing the top global health challenges facing our world today. We are kicking-off by talking about strengthening global health security, achievements and challenges of immunization, and the last mile towards polio eradication.

For more information: http://www.plussocialgood.org/Post/world-health-socialgood-speaker-line-up/e79692f7-63fc-4230-b3a9-0108fe987afc
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When the Expanded Programme on Immunization (EPI) was established 40 years ago, only around 5% of the world's...
When the Expanded Programme on Immunization (EPI) was established 40 years ago, only around 5% of the world's children were protected from six diseases — polio, diphtheria, tuberculosis, pertussis, measles and tetanus — targeted by four vaccines. Today, that figure is 83%, with some developing countries reaching 99% immunization coverage. What started as an ambitious effort to tackle six vaccine-preventable diseases has become one of the world's most successful public health programmes.

More information: http://www.who.int/immunization/programmes_systems/en/
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You've walked for several hours to get your baby vaccinated. But the clinic has run out of vaccines -- or the...
You've walked for several hours to get your baby vaccinated. But the clinic has run out of vaccines -- or the healthworker hasn't turned up because his motorcycle broke. These problems are typical along the last mile or so of a vaccine's journey from factory to child in Africa. In this film we hear how Riders for Health are tackling the transport problem. They hope to reach every child, wherever they live and however difficult the journey might be.

Read more in the Nature Outlook: Vaccines http://www.nature.com/nature/outlook/vaccines
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In November 2011, a team from CSIS traveled to Zambia to produce a video on vaccination efforts - their value, their...
In November 2011, a team from CSIS traveled to Zambia to produce a video on vaccination efforts - their value, their long-term sustainability, and the challenges to their implementation. The video aims to portray the complexities of immunization in Zambia and to make broader points about global immunization efforts. Released on March 16, 2012, this eleven-minute video completes the five-minute trailer posted in fall 2011.
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A GAVI Alliance film
Produced by Doune Porter of PATH
Filmed and edited by Ryan Youngblood

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A GAVI Alliance film
Produced by Doune Porter of PATH
Filmed and edited by Ryan Youngblood

Find out more about the introduction of pneumococcal vaccine in Pakistan - http://www.gavialliance.org/library/news/press-releases/2012/pakistan-is-first-south-asian-country-to-launch-vaccine-against-childhood-pneumonia/
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Logistimo is a cloud-based logistics management information system that can help immunization health workers keep...
Logistimo is a cloud-based logistics management information system that can help immunization health workers keep track of vaccine stock as it is received and dispatched. In May 2012, the Government of South Sudan deployed Logistimo in the national store, the ten state stores, and all six counties of Central Equatoria State. This short video shows how Logistimo works and examines the impact it has had in South Sudan.
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