AIHA Training Resources Bulletin
Supporting Access to the Latest Professional Online Resources
- JSI e-Learning
- Global Health e-Learning Short Courses
- Training Methods and Continuing Education for Health Workers
- eCancer Educational Modules
John Snow, Inc., and its nonprofit JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc., are public health management consulting and research organizations dedicated to improving the health of individuals and communities throughout the world. JSI e-Learning offers courses commissioned by its clients and developed by John Snow, Inc. and JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc. If you are new to JSI e-Learning, please click "Create new account" , it will take e few minutes. Choose from available courses: Monitoring and Evaluation, Social Media In Response to HIV, Adolescent Brain, Logistics and others.
Global Health Epidemiology has been created to support collaboration and capacity building in the practice of epidemiology globally.
It is a professional network for researchers running epidemiology studies in the field of Global Health for the sharing of knowledge, methods and tools. E-learning short courses are designed to cover every step, process, and issue that needs to be understood in order to conduct a high quality clinical study. These courses should take about 45 minutes to complete and a certificate is issued on completion.
Every course is written to be globally applicable, so for all diseases and all regions. They are also highly pragmatic and adaptable. Each course is carefully researched to provide up to date and high quality material that is peer reviewed and regularly reviewed and updated.
These courses are built through the support and partnership of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the World-Wide Antimalarial Resistance Network and The East African Consortium for Clinical Research.
Courses in English:
- Introduction to Clinical Research
- ICH Good Clinical Practice Course
- Setting the Research Question
- The Research Protocol: Part one
- The Research Protocol: Part two
- Data Safety Monitoring Boards for African Clinical Trials
- Introduction to Consent
- Introduction to Data Management For Clinical Research Studies
- Introduction to Collecting and Reporting Adverse Events in Clinical Research
OpenCourseWare makes JHSPH course materials used in the teaching of actual courses freely and openly available on the web. You may share and adapt the materials on OCW under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial- ShareAlike license.
This course in Training Methods and Continuing Education for Health Workers identifies the role of training and continuing education as an important component of health service and personnel management. Participants will be guided through the steps of planning training and continuing education activities for a range of health workers from managers to village volunteers.
The course draws on real life examples from community-directed onchocerciasis control, village health worker programs, and patent medicine vendor training programs, to name a few.
As a final project, participants will prepare a training plan that includes needs assessment instruments, procedures for involving the trainees in their own learning, instructional objectives, appropriate learning methods and delivery modes, resource and budget needs, monitoring and evaluation mechanisms and follow-up supervision.
ecancer is an oncology channel committed to improving cancer communication and education with the goal of optimising patient care and outcomes. By using the latest technologies ecancer works closely with leading figures in oncology to inform and educate the global cancer community.
The elearning education modules have been produced in association with the International Society of Nurses in Cancer Care and are part of an initiative funded by the BMS Foundation’s Bridging Cancer Care programme which aims to eliminate disparities in cancer treatment between Central and Eastern Europe and EU 15 countries by building healthcare capacity, training healthcare workers and increasing patient awareness, screening and treatment.
Available in Czech, Polish, Hungarian, Romanian, Russian and English.
Thursday, August 8, 2013, 9:00 a.m. EDT
Hosted by the Global Social Service Workforce Alliance, this event is part of the Social Service Workforce Webinar Series. Supporting the social service workforce is, in many ways, the most neglected component of social service workforce strengthening. What attracts, retains, and satisfies health workers and teachers is not very different from what attracts, retains and satisfies social service workers. Many of the tools, resources and initiatives used to increase retention and improve job satisfaction of workers in other fields can be applied to the social service workforce. During this webinar, you will hear from two colleagues engaged in efforts to attract and retain health workers, particularly in rural and disadvantaged communities.
Dr. Carmen Dolea, of the Health Systems Policies and Workforce division of the World Health Organization, will discuss global recommendations for increasing access to health workers in remote and rural areas through improved retention .
Wanda Jaskiewicz, CapacityPlus senior team leader, global leadership and health workforce effectiveness, will present on the use of the Rapid Retention Survey Toolkit in Laos to help determine the relative importance health workers place on different job characteristics and predict their decisionmaking about job postings.
This innovative set of teaching materials is now in use by thousands of instructors and students around the world. You too can become part of this movement to train the health IT workforce and improve the delivery of healthcare.
Set up a new account to gain access to the materials. To begin this process, click the 'Create new account' link, located beneath the Username/Password fields.
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