DHIS 2 for Program Monitoring & Analysis
March 22, 2017 • Washington, DC
We hope many of you will be joining us in Washington, DC for the 2017 DHIS 2 Symposium. It’s sure to be another great gathering that gives DHIS 2 users around the world an opportunity to learn about the development roadmap of the software, meet the development team and learn about UiO initiatives in advancing the DHIS 2 learning environment.
If you would like to sharpen your DHIS 2 skills, join us a day before the conference with this continuing education course focused on program monitoring and analysis.
Date and time:
Wed, March 22, 2017
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM EDT
FHI 360 Conference Center
1825 Connecticut Ave NW
Washington, DC 20009
This course is designed for mid-level users of DHIS2 who are aware of basic DHIS2 capabilities, and want to better employ these features to improve their program performance. It will prepare training participants for the topics and use cases covered in the DHIS2 Symposium, and provide them with the knowledge and resources to put those lessons into practice.
The morning session will cover data analytics modules (pivot tables, charts, and maps) and how to incorporate these visuals into dynamic dashboards that inform program monitoring efforts. The afternoon session will cover validation rules that automate data quality assessments, and feedback loops that alert key stakeholders about the data which are most important to them.
Each session will include worked examples, case studies, and realistic exercises explored through a mock training database. Some technical experience with DHIS2 system configuration is preferred, but not required.
The training will be provided by Akros DHIS 2 Training, now a HISP node, working closely with both BAO and UiO.
Andy Prinsen, MPA | Communications Associate
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