eLearning

Mejorando la Atencion en Salud Curso de eLearning

Este curso virtual interactivo proporciona el mismo plan de estudios utilizado para orientar al personal de la sede del Proyecto ASSIST de USAID y los Jefes de Partido para mejorar. El curso está estructurado para ofrecer una visión...

Improving Health Care eLearning Course

This interactive virtual course provides the same curriculum used to orient USAID ASSIST Project headquarters staff and Chiefs of Party to improvement. The course is structured to give a broad overview of the science of improvement, going...

Improving Health Care Quality eLearning Course

This course aims to introduce learners to principles and approaches that can help health care workers continually improve the work that they do. It will help to demystify improving health care, its underlying principles, and explain how...

Gender M&E eLearning Course

MEASURE Evaluation has announced a new Gender M&E eLearning Course , a two-hour course hosted by the Global Health eLearning Center , which is now available to the public. It is designed to assist development practitioners working on...

Gender and Health Systems Strengthening eLearning Course

This 2 hour and 30 minute course hosted by the Global Health eLearning Center , which is now available to the public, is designed to assist USAID field-based health officers, foreign service nationals, and U.S. government partners to...

Computer-based Training for Tuberculosis Education in Indonesia

To support the National Tuberculosis Program (NTP) of Indonesia in its efforts to train private health care practitioners in tuberculosis (TB) directly observed treatment, the USAID Health Care Improvement Project was asked by USAID to...

Care That Counts eLearning Course for Quality Improvement in Programs for Vulnerable Children

This eLearning course is designed for in-country Ministry personnel, international non-governmental organizations (NGO), national NGOs, USAID Mission staff, or anyone interested in learning more about using quality improvement principles...