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.
Lopinavir/ritonavir (LPV/r) pellets are a new formulation of a pediatric HIV medicine. The LPV/r Pellet Toolkit provides information on how to implement rollout of LPV/r pellets into the national health care system in the Rollout Planning and Management section. The toolkit also provides clinical information on LPV/r pellets in the Health Care Worker section, including recommendations on dosing and administration of the medication, as well as resources for working with caregivers. The information in the LPV/r Pellet Toolkit can be accessed on mobile smart phones and tablets as well as laptops, and the pages and tools are available to download for offline use.
Cette vidéo décrit la création et l'utilisation efficaces de discours d'ascenseur afin de sensibiliser les organisations et de soutenir les objectifs de communication et de mobilisation des ressources. Cette vidéo peut être utilisée pour compléter des sessions de formation afin de s'assurer que tout le personnel de l'organisation est prêt à fournir des informations concises et convaincantes aux représentants des gouvernements, aux donateurs potentiels, aux clients ou aux membres.
This RRHO video describes creating and using elevator speeches effectively to create awareness of an organization and support both communication and resource mobilization objectives. This video can be used to supplement training sessions to ensure all organization staff are prepared to deliver concise and compelling information to government officials, potential donors, clients, or members.
PEPFAR Solutions are impactful, data-proven HIV implementing experiences that can serve as 'how to' guides for others.
The purpose of this document is to provide a step-by-step guide for implementers of community health programs, including local governments, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), and civil society organizations, on how to develop and implement a community scorecard to monitor and improve the quality of services at a health facility. It focuses specifically on improving service quality and health outcomes for key populations receiving HIV and AIDS services at community level healthcare facilities.
Free interactive online course developed by John Snow, Inc. The goal of this course is to increase understanding of the fundamentals of logistics management and to strengthen ability to implement improvements to basic elements of logistics systems. The course covers the purpose of a logistics system; basic elements of a logistics management information system (LMIS); how to assess health commodity stock status; how to design and use maximum-minimum inventory control procedures; basic guidelines for proper storage to ensure health commodity quality; logistics system performance indicators, monitoring and evaluation tools that can be used to measure the performance of logistics systems; and the steps in the quantification process, the data requirements, considerations and assumptions. Based on your learning needs, you may choose individual sessions to complete, or you may complete all sessions and earn a course certificate.
This online certificate course was jointly developed by UNDP and Empower School of Health.The purpose of the course is to teach the basics of Procurement and Supply Management (PSM) in Global Fund programmes to UNDP staff and other PSM professionals working in national programs, National Medicines Regulatory Agencies, development organizations, and NGOs. The course has eight modules and generates a certificate after completion.
A collection of resources on research ethics including:
- Good and bad research collaborations: researchers’ views on science and ethics in global health research
- Contextualizing the role of the gatekeeper in social science research
- What makes clinical research in developing countries ethical? The benchmarks of ethical research
When talking about HIV, certain words and language may have a negative meaning for people at high risk for HIV or those who are living with HIV. We can do our part to stop HIV stigma by being intentional and thoughtful when choosing our words, and choosing to use supportive—rather than stigmatizing— language when talking about HIV. Resources available include a stigma language guide and stigma scenarios.