Cette vidéo RRHO décrit les principes de base des procédures d'opération normalisées ou PON. Cette vidéo peut aider le personnel de l'organisation à comprendre l'importance des PONs pour améliorer la productivité et la qualité du lieu de travail, gagner du temps et réduire les erreurs, réduire les besoins en formation, permettre la délégation des tâches et responsabiliser les employés.
Defending rights, breaking barriers, reaching people with HIV services -- Global AIDS Update 2019. When communities organize and people empower each other, oppression can be replaced by rights and access to HIV services can be accelerated. Peer-to-peer counsellors, community health workers, door-to-door service providers, grass-roots activists and networks of people living with or affected by HIV all have key roles to play in the response to HIV. As this report shows, community leadership in the AIDS response helps to ensure that HIV services are relevant to, and reach, the people who need them the most.
This progress report reviews recent gains, new developments and remaining challenges as countries approach the 2020 targets of the Start Free Stay Free AIDS Free framework.
HIV.gov provides one-stop access to U.S. Government HIV/AIDS information.
Strong supply chains save lives. Strong supply chains are critical to get health products to clients, wherever and whenever they need them. Supply chain managers have overall responsibility to ensure the continuous supply of health commodities. The Supply Chain Manager’s Handbook is the starting point for anyone interested in learning about and understanding the key principles and concepts of supply chain management for health commodities. The concepts described in this handbook will help supply chain managers that are responsible for improving, revising, designing, operating, and monitoring all or part of a supply chain.
La base de données de suivi, d'évaluation et de rapport (MER) PEPFAR de l'amfAR est un outil gratuit conçu pour aider les défenseurs, les décideurs et les communautés à surveiller les performances du programme PEPFAR. La base de données se veut une source complète de données sur les objectifs et les performances publiquement disponibles publiées par le programme PEPFAR.
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This tool provides country-level data showing 90-90-90 progress towards 2020 targets using Global AIDS Monitoring (UNAIDS/WHO/UNICEF) data and Spectrum estimates (UNAIDS/WHO).
This RRHO video describes the basic principles of standard operating procedures (SOP). This video can support organization staff to understand the importance of SOPs to improve workplace productivity and quality, save time and reduce errors, reduce training needs, enable the delegation of work duties, and empower employees.
Mobile phones and social media, such as WhatsApp and Facebook, are highly popular among Nurses and Midwives and are widely used for professional purposes. Although research found that there are considerable benefits for nurses and midwives linked to the use of these apps, they also give rise to significant challenges and risks. The ill-informed use of these apps has negatively affected client confidentiality, security, and safety and it has damaged individual careers and caused harm to the entire profession. In response to these issues, the General Nursing Council of Zambia has developed guidelines to help Nurses and Midwives to successfully navigate the new world of digital professionalism. However, the guidelines cover many, but not all, situations and in the light of the complexity and the changing nature of digital media, every Nurse and Midwife is cautioned to apply due diligence in the specific situations that they encounter.
The key aim of this guideline is to present recommendations based on a critical evaluation of the evidence on emerging digital health interventions that are contributing to health system improvements, based on an assessment of the benefits, harms, acceptability, feasibility, resource use and equity considerations. This guideline urges readers to recognize that digital health interventions are not a substitute for functioning health systems, and that there are significant limitations to what digital health is able to address.