eRegistries This is a space to discuss the use of Tracker to create an eRegistry. eRegistries differ from simple Tracker implementations in that they are designed specifically to capture structured data during a patient visit. Supply Chain and LMIS This is a space to discuss, ask questions, and share insights on the use of DHIS2 for supply chain monitoring and logistics management information systems. Nutrition We have added this category “Nutrition” to make it easier to find posts related to Nutrition data in the DHIS2 community of practice. We encourage implementation stories and questions to be shared here to bring together implementers, public health experts and developers involved with nutrition data. COVID-19 The COVID-19 category is for discussion, information sharing, implementation guidance, and support questions related to using DHIS2 in response to the COVID-19/coronavirus pandemic. Education A space to discuss all aspects of leveraging the DHIS2 platform in the education sector, including synergies with health, such as birth registries, vaccine campaigns, water and sanitation. Case-based Surveillance UiO sees the need for an online community, where participants can discuss and share their experiences on working with CBS in DHIS2, outside of and in-between the workshops and academies. Entomology and Vector Control This is an area where we can discuss best practices on the use of DHIS2 for entomological surveillance, indoor residual spraying, bed nets distributions, larviciding or any other vector control related activities. Mobile Discuss anything related to DHIS2 on mobile, the new Android app or custom apps. Server Administration - Administration-du-Serveur This category is dedicated to discussion and exchange of information related to all issues of DHIS2 server administration. Immunization We have added this category “Immunization” to make it easier to find posts related to Immunization data in the DHIS2 community of practice. We encourage implementation stories and questions to be shared here to bring together implementers, public health experts and developers involved with nutrition data. WHO digital data packages This topic is for discussions related to configuring and setting up WHO digital data packages. These packages consist of DHIS2 metadata and tools to support adoption of WHO health data standards into national routine health management information systems. The packages are aligned with WHO’s public health curriculum available on who.int, and can be installed in standalone DHIS2 systems or integrated into existing DHIS2 instances. Digital data packages bring together global standards and DHIS2’s evidence-based design practices for integrated health information systems in an easy-to-install toolkit for rapid adoption.