Nettsider med emneord «HISP»

Publisert 16. sep. 2019 22:23

Managing and supporting the distribution of health commodities (such as medicines, vaccines and test kits) is challenging in developing countries. Weak health systems, fragile infrastructures (roads, electricity, telecommunication etc.), and multiple (fragmented) donor efforts with separate (silo) and parallel supply chains contribute to this.

Publisert 21. aug. 2017 23:55

With the rapid growth in implementations and use of DHIS2 (dhis2.org/hisp.uio.no) we have a need to professionalize and scale up the system and processes for handling new functional/non-functional requirements. The new processes and system must facilitate reception of inputs from users across the globe, track these inputs, assure that inputs are in an adequate format and finally pass them on to the software developers.

Students will be involved in an action-research project with the following cycle: 1) analyzing the existing situation and needs, 2) researching and analyzing potential approaches, 3) designing a process and pilot, 4) implementing the pilot, 5) evaluating the pilot and drawing key lessons, 6) if possible take part in implementing a full-scale processes.

Publisert 20. jan. 2014 07:12

Registration Deadline January 25th!

Venue Sixth Floor of the Informatics Building (IFI2).

Workshop Program

Publisert 6. des. 2013 10:39
Publisert 14. aug. 2013 15:15

Registration Deadline August 23rd!

Venue Sixth Floor of the Informatics Building (IFI2).

Workshop Program

Publisert 14. jan. 2013 14:25

Registration Deadline January 25th!

Venue Fifth Floor Informatics Building Kristen Nygaards Sal 5370

24th PhD Days Workshop Program [doc]

Publisert 13. aug. 2012 11:00

Registration Deadline August 30th!

Workshop Program [doc]

Venue Fifth Floor Informatics Building Kristien Nygaards Sal 5370

Publisert 17. mars 2011 12:00

HISP is a global movement to strengthen Health Information Systems in Developing countries that started in South Africa in the 1990's. HISP at UiO is one of the leading organisations in this movement and our contribution includes in-country capacity building and implementation support, research, a PhD program, and hosting the core DHIS2 software development team.

We design, implement and sustain Health Information Systems following a participatory approach. Our core aim is to support local management of health care delivery and information flows in selected health facilities, districts, and provinces, and its further spread within and across developing countries. We promote our software, DHIS2, as a global public good.

Publisert 4. nov. 2010 14:10