Events

Upcoming Events

DHIS2 Design and Customization Academy, Level 1

26-31st August, 2019
Uday Samudra Beach Hotel
Kovalam, Kerala, India

This course focuses on:

  1. Key design concepts in DHIS2
  2. Covers best practices in setting up and maintaining a high quality instance
  3. Taking participants through step by step in contriving and setting up of DHIS2 required metadata used for further system configurations

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Latest Events

Dissemination Workshop: “Designing Patient Centric Information Systems in Resource Constraint Settings”

INTPART Project

Organised by:

  • School of Public Health, PGIMER, Chandigarh
  • University of Oslo, Norway
  • HISP, India

Venue: Conference Hall, Mount View, Sector 10, Chandigarh-160010

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Past Events

  1. DHIS2 Academy-Libya (21st July 2018 - 2nd August 2018)

    HISP India facilitated “Training of core team” and “Training of Trainers” on (DHIS-2). The trainings not only enriched the capacity of Health information staff at facility and municipality level on data entry, analysis, reporting of disease burden, and utilization data but also enhanced their teaching and supervisory skills.

  2. Book Launch By Sundeep Sahay

    Discusses the challenges that exist in the design, development, and implementation of health information systems key problem areas, such as sub-adequate data and problems of inter-operability, are analyzed in detail extensive references and case studies illustrate the implementation of HISs in low- and middle-income countries.

  3. DHIS2 Academy- Afghanistan (26th August - 19th September 2018)

    HISP India with USAID Health Sector Resiliency (HSR) Project provided training on Data Warehouse/DHIS2 System covering all the three academies starting from 26th August 2018 till 19th September 2018

  4. DHIS2 Academy- Disease Surveillance Level 2- Goa

    Surveillance of priority diseases and events remains key on the GHS Agenda, so does the need to have reliable information systems for prevention, detection and responding. The community is working closely with global, regional and national partners to gather requirements.