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AHOPE for Children provides support services to Ethiopian HIV-positive orphans.  The program areas of the charity include community development, family preservation, independent living, mentorship and community outreach.  The AHOPE library provides services to neighborhood children.

 Local NGO / 722 views

The Global Unique Device Identification Database (GUDID) contains key device identification information submitted to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) about medical devices that have Unique Device Identifiers (UDI). The FDA has created the Access GUDID portal to make device identification information in the GUDID available for everyone, including patients, caregivers, health care providers, hospitals, and industry. You can use AccessGUDID to search for specific medical devices or download all the GUDID data at once. The site is updated daily.

 Medical services / 1265 views / Popular

ACCESSSS is a service to help provide current best evidence for clinical decisions. It conducts searches simultaneously in several evidence-based information services (online evidence-based texts, evidence-based guidelines and pre-appraised journal publications). ACCESSSS also provides email alerts to newly published evidence in your chosen area(s) of training/interest. The evidences provided in the areas of systems, clinical texts, guidelines, systematic reviews and studies have been pre-appraised for scientific merit and clinical relevance.

 Health Databases / 604 views

 Child health / 792 views

 Tropical Medicine / 548 views

ActivEPI is a tool for learning epidemiology.  The site has lessons on topics covering most introductory epidemiology texts.  ActivEpi also has a full range of learning activities including instructional expositions that use video, interactive study questions, short quizzes  

 Diseases/disease control / 1226 views / Popular

ADOLEC is a database on adolescence, produced by the Pan American Health Organization/WHO. Topics on primary health care thematic areas include adolescent health, women’s health, child health, health programs and plans, in-service training, rural health, diseases, consumer participation, information systems, oral health, HIV/AIDS, reproductive health, social inequality, and more.

 Adolescent health / 1224 views / Popular

Africa Healthcare Network is committed to bringing sustainable change to those affected by kidney disease in Africa. The Network brings world-class technical expertise combined with developing world practical operating experience to the Region that in dire need of quality dialysis treatment. It has established a dialysis chain across Sub-Saharan Africa, providing life-saving dialysis at affordable cost.AHN has centers in Rwanda, Tanzania, Kenya and Burundi. More details:http://www.africahealthcarenetwork.com/

 Network (advocacy or NGO) / 677 views

Africa Insight is an independent, peer-reviewed, publication that promotes insight into the process of change in Africa. The journal comprises well-researched and referenced information and opinion, written by experts in their fields. It covers a wide range of diverse topics such as health hazards, community development, food security, political trends, economic issues, regional cooperation, international relations, aspects of education and training, institutional capacity building and so on. The journal is published by Human Sciences Research Council, South Africa.

 Environmental health / 1170 views / Popular

AfrIPEN is a partnership among various institutions and individuals with the vision to establish inter-professional education and collaborative practice (IPE) as an integral part in training the health workforce and in the effective functioning of systems for health in Sub-Saharan Africa.AfrIPEN advocates, collaborates, promotes and shares good practice of IPE in Sub-Saharan Africa.You can join AfrIPEN as individual member, institutional member, or as a collaborator.  The Events page has upcoming and archived events. You can download reports, presentations, and audio materials. More details: https://afripen.org/

 Partnership / 1733 views / Popular

Africa Sanguine aims to promote and disseminate the knowledge of the science and practice of blood transfusion and related disciplines, toward greater blood safety, on the African continent. It is hosted by African Society for Blood Transfusion, South Africa.

 General information / 1056 views / Popular

Africa-Wide Information is a multidisciplinary index to research and publications by Africans and about Africa. The database includes 50 separate databases that provide extensive coverage. Contents include the humanities, social sciences, health sciences, development data, cultural heritage information, and materials in African languages. Sample topics covered include: primary health care; child health; sexual health; public health; health systems; nutrition; tuberculosis; herbal remedies; African plants; HIV/AIDS; Epidemiology; medical ethics; clinical trials; Filariasis; Schistosomiasis; and Elephantiasis. The collection combines dozens of databases sourced from Africa, Europe and North America. In addition, the database contains news sources, scholarly articles, monographs, research reports, theses and grey literature. You need to subscribe to access this database.

 Primary health care / 1020 views / Popular

The African Federation for Emergency Medicine (AFEM) is a broad coalition of national societies, organizations, and individuals from over 40 countries dedicated to securing high-quality emergency care for all people across Africa. The Federation envisions an Africa where high-quality emergency care is realized for all. The model to achieve this has six components: leadership development; advocacy; collaboration; research; education & training; and policy and frameworks. AFEM’s resources are Africa-specific and focus on clinical, nursing, and pre-hospital emergency care. The materials are open source and provide guidance for leadership development, education and training, advocacy, and policy. More detail: https://afem.africa/

 Alliance/Coalition / 667 views

AfroPHC is a forum for health workers on the frontlines of primary care services in health systems of Africa and supporters of the primary health care approach. AfroPHC is committed to achieving universal health coverage in Africa. The centrality of PHC to UHC efforts remain a challenge in Africa.AfroPHC requests all organizations and individuals to join in and contribute to the PHC approach, especially for rural communities. AfroPHC has resources such as Research, Google group,training and news. More Details : https://afrophc.org/

 Forum / 430 views

AFREHealth is an interdisciplinary health professional group that seeks to work with Ministries of Health, training institutions and other stakeholders to improve the quality of health care in Africa through research, education and capacity building. The Group constitutes individuals, institutions, associations and networks from all the geographic and linguistic regions of Africa; namely Anglophone, Francophone, Lusophone and Arabophone. You can join the membership if you are committed to an Africa with strong, self-sustaining and robust health systems.The resources page has reports and publications by AfreHealth members.   More Details: https://afrehealth.org/

 Forum / 576 views

The African Health OER Network advances health education in Africa by using OER to share knowledge, address curriculum gaps and support communities around health education. The resources include: public and community health; behavioral sciences; dentistry; ethics; health services administration; informatics; nursing; nutritional science and pharmacology. Courses  Subject Health Promotion Health promotion & education Growing an Institutional Health OER Initiative: A Case Study of the University of Cape Town Health sciences  

 Community health care / 1240 views / Popular

The African Index Medicus (AIM) is a database to African health literature and information source implemented by World Health Organization (WHO), in collaboration with the Association for Health Information and Libraries in Africa. The database gives online access to health information produced on Africa or by African researchers published in national, regional, and international journals. AIM is an information source to health workers, policy makers and communities.

 Primary health care / 1478 views / Popular

The United States Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) created the Health Care Innovations Exchange to speed the implementation of new and better ways of delivering health care. The Innovations Exchange strives to produce evidence to make health care safer, higher quality, more accessible, equitable, and affordable as well as to work with partners to make sure that the evidence is understood and used. The Innovations Exchange offers health professionals and researchers the opportunity to share, learn about, and ultimately adopt evidence-based innovations and tools suitable for a range of health care settings and populations. You can find innovations and quality tools by subject, including A-Z diseases/clinical category, quality domains such as effectiveness, efficiency, equity, patient-centeredness, safety as well as quality improvement goals and mechanisms. In addition, the Innovations Exchange offers a range of learning and networking opportunities including Web events, online chats, and virtual and in-person meetings. You can download the AHRQ Health Care Innovations Exchange databases freely.

 Health services / 1006 views / Popular

AIDSource offers access to a comprehensive collection of HIV/AIDS-related resources reviewed and selected by expert information specialists and librarians. AIDSource was developed by the National Library of Medicine (NLM) to ensure that those seeking information about HIV/AIDS have a source of quality reviewed current content. Resources included on the AIDSource website are organized by both topic of interest and audience, and are available in English and Spanish.

 Communicable diseases / 908 views

The Alcohol Studies Database contains citations for journal articles, books, book chapters, dissertations covering biomedical and Psychosocial aspects of alcohol use, as well as a growing number of records on other drug use/abuse. The database includes records for selected popular, educational, and prevention materials such as textbooks, curricula, training manuals, and videotapes. Each entry provides full bibliographic information as well as subject descriptors from the Center of Alcohol Studies' list of controlled subject headings. There are over 80,000 records in the database, representing English language material collected by the Alcohol Studies Library since 1987.

 Mental health & psycho-social services / 880 views

Alison's free online health courses are designed to provide continuing education to those already in the healthcare field as well as those seeking first-time healthcare training. Alison offers diploma-level health courses in mental health, nursing, caregiving, and diseases and disorders. There are also courses in nutrition, care management, and fitness. These courses are useful for students studying health, caregivers, or people interested in improving their own health.   Select from the following Alison courses Courses Subject Coronavirus Infectious diseases/COVID-19 Global Health Initiative: Hepatitis B Awareness   Communicable diseases Global Health Initiative: Hepatitis C Awareness   Communicable diseases Global Health Initiative: Malaria Awareness  Communicable diseases Patient Care and Hygiene Health workforce & training Nursing Leadership and Care Management Health workforce & training Elderly Care and Caring for the Disabled Elder health Community and Institutional Pharmacy Medical services Mental health courses Mental health & psycho-social services  

 Health care / 1401 views / Popular

ALOIS is a comprehensive register of dementia studies, cognitive impairment as well as improvement of, or prevention of decline in, cognitive function in healthy people. ALOIS covers all randomized controlled trials and controlled clinical trials of interventions and open-label studies. Users of the website include authors of systematic reviews, funders who want to know what research already exists and where there are potential research gaps, researchers identifying gaps in research and writing grant applications, teachers of evidenced-based dementia care, students of evidenced-based dementia care as well as carers and clinicians who want easy and quick access to the evidence in this area.

 Disability & rehabilitation / 958 views

Amani Global Works saves lives in the Great Lakes Region of Africa, using Idjwi Island as a model. Founded in 2010 by Dr. Jacques Sebisaho and his wife, Mimy Mudekereza, their work for Amani has been concentrated on the Island of Idjwi, located on Lake Kivu, between the Democratic Republic of Congo and Rwanda. AGW operates a replicable model of primary health care utilizing community health workers, regional health centers and a referral hospital to provide care in a dignified setting to all people, in even the most remote regions.       More details: https://www.amaniglobalworks.org

 Private company / 387 views

Americares is combating the spread of disinformation and promoting science and healthy behaviors that can help stem the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. You can get the latest information and facts on VOVID-19 and other health crises. Americares also offers useful resource for health workers who serve the most vulnerable.

 Infectious diseases/COVID-19 / 987 views

 COVID-19 testing / 492 views

AHRI was founded in 1970 through the initiative of the Norwegian and Swedish Save the Children organizations. The Institute got its name from the Norwegian physician, Gerhard Henrik Armauer Hansen, who first described the leprosy bacillus (Mycobacterium leprae). AHRI’s programs focus on research, knowledge management, and capacity building training.  The resources webpage has publications, reports, documents and useful links to research articles.   More details:https://ahri.gov.et/

 Government health organization / 1097 views / Popular

BASE is a search engine especially for academic web resources, providing more than 100 million documents from more than 5,000 sources. BASE is operated by Bielefeld University Library. The advanced search allows you to search for specific types of grey literature. BASE indexes the metadata of all kinds of academically relevant resources - journals, institutional repositories, digital collections etc - which provide an Open Archives Initiative interface. The index is continuously enhanced by integrating further sources

 Primary health care / 1219 views / Popular

BiblioMap, the EPPI-Centre database, contains health promotion research. The studies included have been complied over the years as a result of searching and coding research for inclusion in systematic reviews at the EPPI-Centre. All studies are coded for specific characteristics of health focus, population group and study type. Using Bibliomap, searches can be carried out using keyword and free-text terms. Reports enable visual mapping and analysis of the search results. You can record, print or copy the results of your search.

 Health promotion & education / 1467 views / Popular

BRAC is the largest international non-profit organization and acts as a catalyst, creating opportunities for people living in poverty to realize their potential. The charity is present in Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Liberia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Sierra Leone, South Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda. Brac brings together different people, including change makers, activists, heroes and mentors, inspired to build a world that works for all of us. The program areas of intervention focus on social development that encompass: resilience (disaster management, climate change, health, nutrition and population); economic development and social protection; education, migration; skills development and community empowerment. The Social Innovation Lab is a cross-disciplinary platform for practitioners to learn about best practices in development, generate ideas and insights, design prototypes, and share knowledge about scalable innovations with the global development community. The research and publication section has many resources including books, monograph series, working papers, research papers and reports.

 Non-Government Organization / 1312 views / Popular

As the federally designated telehealth resource center, the CTRC offers no-cost, unbiased training and educational resources that help California providers and patients get the most from telehealth. It maintains an ever-expanding list of telehealth focused training courses from multiple sources. courses  subject Telehealth 101: A Quick Start Guide Telehealth Telehealth Coordinator Series Telehealth Telehealth Coordinator Online Training  

 Health information technology & information management / 499 views

The CARPHA Evidence Portal is a repository of research, syntheses and Caribbean policy-relevant documents, including clinical, population health and health systems research. The types of syntheses included are evidence briefs for policy, rapid syntheses, systematic reviews, overviews of systematic reviews and economic evaluations. The documents originate from CARPHA (Caribbean Public Health Agency).

 Public health / 413 views

CDC Stacks is a free, digital archive of scientific research and literature produced by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). This online archive is composed of curated collections tailored for public health research needs. The repository provides access to current CDC research and literature such as the Open Access Collection. In addition, CDC Stacks offers a historical perspective that was previously not available, such as the first 30 volumes of the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report. CDC Stacks is available for public health professionals, researchers, as well as the general public.

 Health Organizations / 382 views

 COVID-19 testing / 607 views

The interview items include different types of qualitative interview guides, social distancing event items, phone interview survey items, patients’ focus group guide and much more. The interview items are compiled by the Center for Drug Use and HIV/HCV Research.   courses  subject COVID19 Interview Items for Vulnerable Populations Infectious diseases/COVID-19 COVID19 Interview Items for Vulnerable Populations Infectious diseases/COVID-19 Gwadz Qualitative Interview Guide Infectious diseases/COVID-19  

 Infectious diseases/COVID-19 / 440 views

The Center for Evidence-Based Medicine at Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, aims to develop, teach and promote evidence-based health care through a variety of methods so that all healthcare professionals can maintain the highest standards of medicine. The Center provides tools to improve the quality of evidence. The resources help inform health choices for health professionals, patients and the public. These include: presentations, talks, tools, levels of evidence, library, and videos from teaching sessions, conferences and events. Courses  subject  Evidence-Based Health Care Leadership Programme Leadership & management  

 Primary Health Care / 519 views

The Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine develops, promotes and disseminates better evidence for healthcare.  The Centre provides resources to help inform health choices for health professionals, patients and the public. These free online resource include: talks, presentations, teaching session videos, podcasts, tools, levels of evidence as well as evidence-based libraries. More details:- https://www.cebm.ox.ac.uk/

 Academic institution / 474 views

The Centre for the Mathematical Modelling of Infectious Diseases at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine is a multidisciplinary grouping of epidemiologists, mathematicians, economists, statisticians and clinicians from three faculties of LSHTM.  Within CMMID, mathematical models are used to understand the natural history and epidemiology of infectious diseases, to predict the course of epidemics and to assess different policy options.  CMMID’s research themes include: real-time outbreak analysis; evolutionary dynamics; tuberculosis; computation and inference; elimination and eradication; vaccination; vector-borne diseases; and health economics.  CMMID has publications that bring you latest information about their work. CMMID also runs several courses in mathematical modelling.

 Academic institution / 376 views

CHEMM aims to enable first responders, first receivers, other healthcare providers, and planners to plan for, respond to, recover from, and mitigate the effects of mass-casualty incidents involving chemicals. It provides a comprehensive, user-friendly, web-based resource that is also downloadable in advance, so that it would be available during an event if the internet is not accessible.

 Environmental health / 450 views

The Child Rights Resource Center is the most comprehensive source of information on child rights. Themes include child rights governance, disability inclusion, helth and nutrition and child participation.

 Child health / 349 views

 Community health care / 460 views

CHWTraining provides health-specific online courses. You can take interactive courses and download useful resources at your own pace. Learning tracks offered include: Core Skills, Chronic Diseases, and Healthy Living. At the end of your self-guided study, CHWTraining will provide assessments and certificates of completion. Courses  Subject Core skills Health workforce & training Chronic illness Health workforce & training Healthy living  Health workforce & training  

 Health workforce & training / 444 views

The Canadian Medical Association (CMA) database contains many evidence-based Canadian clinical practice guidelines developed or endorsed by authoritative medical or health organizations in Canada. The Infobase provides primary care clinical practice guidelines, research journal, online drug information, and online courses. You can browse by condition, specialty, primary care topic or producer. courses subject Foundations of Physician Wellness Health workforce Coping during COVID-19: expert webinar series Health workforce Managing isolation and building resilience Health workforce  

 Health workforce & training / 447 views

CommCare has created a space for people to discuss COVID-19 response.  The forum serves to share resources that have been used in their response. It has also webinar recordings and App for health care provider training and monitoring. courses  subject Template App for Health Care Provider Training and Monitoring Infectious diseases/COVID-19 Exporting COVID-19 data for reporting Infectious diseases/COVID-19 COVID-19 Resources Infectious diseases/COVID-19  

 Infectious diseases/COVID-19 / 625 views

The Community Health Impact Coalition exists to make professionalized community health workers a norm worldwide. The Coalition catalyzes the adoption of high-impact community health systems design by: identifying practices that lead to quality care delivery and accompanying partners to adopt those practices. The Community Health Impact Coalition curates a fortnightly update on newly-released community health worker papers. You can join the thousands of people who are receiving update straight in their inbox. More details :- https://chwimpact.org/

 Alliance/Coalition / 473 views

The Community Health Toolkit (CHT) is a project by a group of leading organizations who have come together to support the development of digital health initiatives in the hardest-to-reach areas. It provides a collection of open source technologies and open access design, technical, and implementer resources that help you build and deploy digital tools for community health. Together, we envision a world where healthcare is of the highest attainable quality, equitable, accessible, and delivered by people who are trusted in their communities.

 Program/Project / 593 views

The Community Health toolkit forum focuses on COVID-19 categories of community, development, research, technical support, product, implementation and design.  These categories are for updates, discussions and general development.  If you have questions related to using the Community Health Toolkit in response to COVID-19, you can contact the team. courses  subject  CHT technical support Infectious diseases/COVID-19 COVID-19 Infectious diseases/COVID-19 Research Publications/writing support  

 Diseases/disease control / 666 views

The CHW online training modules include topics on the role of CHWs as a trusted member of the community as well as other primary health-related topics such as high blood pressure, diabetes, asthma, breast cancer, cervical cancer, and more courses  subject CHWs & Chronic Conditions Overview Health workforce & training High Blood Pressure & Hypertension Non-communicable diseases Diabetes Non-communicable diseases Asthma Non-communicable diseases Community health worker COVID-19 training modules  AM- Please make it core (not general)  Infectious diseases/COVID-19 Telehealth Basics for CHWs Health information technology & information management  

 Community health care / 491 views

 Health workforce & training / 493 views

CORHA is  an organizational expression of the determination of NGOs committed to the provision of comprehensive, integrated and sustainable Sexual and Reproductive Health information and services in Ethiopia. CORHA is creating platforms for policy discussion and dialogue, coordinating members’ activities and representing its members in higher level platforms. The Resources section has training manuals, presentation skills, knowledge management, handouts on SBCC and communication materials. More details: https://corhaethiopia.org/

 Local NGO / 627 views

CORE Group, in collaboration with multiple partner and member organizations, has compiled resources in response to the COVID-19 Outbreak.

 Infectious diseases/COVID-19 / 367 views

COVID-19 Communication Network is a global resource curated by Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.  It is a site for social and behavior change professionals , and other responders in need, to access and share  communication materials, tools and resources to address the COVID-19/ Corona virus pandemic.

 Infectious diseases/COVID-19 / 359 views

Researchers across a wide variety of disciplines at the University of Michigan are using their expertise to address the global COVID-19 pandemic. You will find research FAQs, research re-engagement, research index, funding opportunities, research publications and research news on COVID-19 on this site.

 Infectious diseases/COVID-19 / 337 views

 Infectious diseases/COVID-19 / 367 views

FREE SUPPORT FOR NON-PROFITS AND COMMUNITIES TACKLING COVID-19 TECH VOLUNTEERS FOR YOUR NON-PROFIT PROJECT We are a community of over 1000 tech volunteers supporting Covid-19 efforts worldwide From IT requests for mutual aid groups to organizing tech teams to build Covid-19 projects, we want to remove technical obstacles and pressure during this difficult time.

 Infectious diseases/COVID-19 / 290 views

 COVID-19 Cases, data & surveilance / 393 views

The CDC has determined that COVID-19 (coronavirus) is a serious public health threat—and older adults and people with serious chronic medical conditions, including diabetes, are at a higher risk of getting very sick from it. The American Diabetes Association has resources to help keep you healthy. The resources include education programs, You can also get COVID-19 resources and information for you and patients as well as participate in online forums.

 Infectious diseases/COVID-19 / 501 views

 Community health care / 526 views

 Multimedia on COVID-19 / 817 views

The Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH) has public health guidelines, articles, newsletters and webinar updates related to COVID-19.

 Infectious diseases/COVID-19 / 356 views

DailyMed provides high quality information about marketed drugs.  The website provides health information providers and the public with a standard, comprehensive, up-to-date, look-up and download resource of medication content and labeling as found in medication package inserts. The National Library of Medicine (NLM) provides this as a public service.

 Medical services / 570 views

DOAB is a community-driven discovery service that indexes and provides access to scholarly, peer-reviewed open access books and helps users to find trusted open access book publishers. All DOAB services are free of charge and all data is freely available.

 Health Databases / 418 views

The Disaster Research Center is committed to advancing the state of the art in disaster research and ts scientifically guided practice; educating the next generation of disaster science scholars and informed practitioners in the fields of disaster mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery; and creating, gathering, and disseminating disaster knowledge in a dynamic and responsive way.

 Disaster management & emergency service / 521 views

searchable database of disease characteristics and test accuracies that lets you keep all that information on hand. The database has population data that could be viewed by individual diseases.

 Health Databases / 441 views

Ethiopia Healthcare Network provides healthcare to women and children without healthcare access. The charity focuses on women and children because they are most vulnerable and the binding force of the community. Ethiopia Healthcare Network works in partnership with in-country resources, charitable organizations, national and local government, churches, mosques and businesses. EHN’s main services are running a higher clinic and providing financial support to needy patients.  More details:https://www.ethiopiahealth.org/?page_id=12

 Local NGO / 490 views

The Ethiopian Journal of Development Research (EJDR) is a journal devoted to development oriented research. The journal focuses on the multi-disciplinary study of development problems of Ethiopia, in particular and the developing world, in general. Book reviews, synopsis of major research, theoretical and methodological approaches in the area of development are published. EJDR is published by the Institute of Development Research.

 Community development / 1176 views / Popular

The Ethiopian Journal of Economics (EJE) is a publication of the Ethiopian Economic Association. The journal is devoted to the advancement of economics as a scientific discipline in Ethiopia. However, contributions of articles by non-Ethiopian and on economic experience of other countries are considered for publication.

 General information / 1101 views / Popular

The Ethiopian Journal of Environmental Studies and Management (EJESM) publishes original research output in the area of geography, ecology, botany, conservation studies, food and nutrition, water resources, urban studies, environmental management and much more. EJESM is based in the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Bahir Dar University.

 Environmental health / 1361 views / Popular

The Ethiopian Journal of Health Development (EJHD) publishes original research on public health problems, management of health services, and socio-economic and political factors related to health and development. More specifically, EJHD focuses on important topics in health development including: health policy and health politics; health planning, monitoring and evaluation; health administration; health manpower; health economics, financing; health information systems; maternal and child health; environmental health and water; food and nutrition; communicable diseases; inter-sectoral approaches to primary health care and much more. The Journal is produced by Ethiopian Public Health Association.

 Public health / 1202 views / Popular

ENAPAL is committed to addressing leprosy related issues in Ethiopia.  It is a community-based organization working on leprosy related rehabilitation, prevention of disability, capacity building, education, stigma reduction and occasionally on drought emergency response and preparedness.  The charity is currently operating in Addis Ababa, Amara, Tigray, Harrari, SNNP and Oromia Regions in the country. More details:http://www.enapal.org/home

 Local NGO / 505 views

The European Forum for Primary Care aims to improve the health of population by promoting strong Primary Care. This is done by advocating for Primary Care, by generating data and evidence on Primary Care and by exchanging information between its members. EFPC envisions to become a leading force for strengthening Primary Care in Europe. You can join the Forum and make your contribution towards improving the health of populations.

 Forum / 350 views

translation for better health policy-making. EVIPNet supports countries in leveraging the best available, actionable evidence to deliver high-quality and effective healthcare policies and sustainably strengthen national health systems. The EVIPNet Resource Repository has the latest guidelines, tools, lessons learned, strategies and sample products to accelerate evidence-informed decision-making. It has also evidence briefs for policy

 Network (Advocacy, Global or NGO) / 388 views

FastStats provide index for quick and easy access to selected statistics on a variety of health topics.  It is the latest data in reports, databases and other resources.

 Health statistics / 357 views

The FOSTER portal is an e-learning platform that brings together training resources addressed to those who need to know more about Open Science, or need to develop strategies and skills for implementing Open Science practices in their daily workflows.  You will find a growing collection of training materials. Many different users, from early-career researchers, to data managers, librarians, research administrators, and graduate schools, can benefit from the portal. courses  subject  Introduction to Responsible Research and Innovation Publication/writing support Engaging the Public in Responsible Research and Innovation Publication/writing support  

 Publication/Writing support / 458 views

FP2020 has created this platform to ensure key information from global experts about access to family planning during this crisis is getting into the hands of the decisionmakers and program implementers who need it. Likewise, it shares the experiences of  partners and the lessons they are learning, including how the virus is having an impact on their work and the strategies they are using to continue service delivery.

 Infectious diseases/COVID-19 / 339 views

[vc_row pix_particles_check=""][vc_column][vc_column_text]Georgia Tech Professional Education (GTPE) provides a self-paced and free online MOOCs, allowing you to be part of a virtual global network of faculty, peers, and industry experts from almost anywhere in the world. courses subject Supply Chain Principles Supply chain & logistics management Health Informatics: Current and Historical Perspective Health information technology…. Innovation Leadership Management & leadership [/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

 Health planning & management / 512 views

The Global Health Council provides a space for community dialogue in response to the pandemic. It provides analysis of the COVID-19 pandemic to international publications and works on global health advocacy.

 Infectious diseases/COVID-19 / 339 views

The Global Partnership for Zero Leprosy is a coalition of groups committed to ending leprosy. The partnership includes the Novartis Foundation , the World Health Organization (WHO, as an observer), the International Federation of Anti-Leprosy Associations (ILEP) , the Sasakawa Health Foundation.The Partnership accelerates research and works with national leprosy programs. It also increases advocacy and resource mobilization.  Membership is open and you can join the Global Partnership for Zero Leprosy if you are committed to zero leprosy and that you support the principles, objectives and activities of the Partnership. The resources page has downloadable research articles, publications, advocacy materials and operational documents.

 Partnership / 339 views

The website provides guidelines approved by the Guidelines Review Committee of WHO. The guidelines collected by member states repositories are provided at the site.

 Health Databases / 345 views

Guidelines International Network has international guideline library that contains thousands of guidelines, evidence reports and related documents.  The library has also included implementation tools that have been brought together for your convenience. You can join the GIN community to share expertise in guideline development, implementation and research, to have access to leading experts in guidelines and to connect with others to share new and innovative methods.

 Health Databases / 477 views

The Natural Hazards Center Library is a singular collection of hazards and catastrophic events. The collection has resources that focus on how society copes with natural hazards. The library houses a wide spectrum of information for both researchers and practitioners and provides practical, applied, and academic support to those in need of disaster knowledge. Anyone can search the library’s online catalog, which provides bibliographic access to the collection, and direct access to hundreds of titles.

 Environmental health / 438 views

HCUPnet is an on-line query system that provides free, instant access to the largest set of all-payer health care databases that are publicly available. Using HCUPnet's easy step-by-step query system, you can generate tables and graphs on statistics and trends for acute care hospitals in the U.S. HCUPnet allows easy access to information from datasets that are part of the Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project (HCUP).

 Health statistics / 543 views

Health Data Collaborative provides data for health and sustainable development.  It works with countries to improve health data and build capacity to track progress towards the health-related Sustainable Development Goals and Universal Health Coverage. Through its working groups, the Health Data Collaborative produces numerous tools, such as data standards, measurement methods, health indicators and other resources that support countries to collect analyze and use more accurate and reliable health data.

 Sustainable development Goals / 432 views

 Health care financing / 372 views

Health Information Locator is an information source of VHL. Priory themes include: universal health coverage; non-communicable diseases; global health; food and nutrition; health promotion; and health systems and policy. Its methodology allows to publish a catalog of Health information resources available on Internet , describing content and link to these Internet resources.

 Universal health coverage / 420 views

Health Leads envisions for health, dignity and well-being for every person in every community. The organization partners with communities and health systems to address systemic causes of inequity and disease. They do this by removing barriers that keep people from identifying, accessing and choosing the resources everyone needs to be healthy. Health Leads focuses on community-level health initiatives to achieve the health goals that matter to a particular community. It also accelerates practice by facilitating a growing network of healthcare and community-based innovators to share learnings about community-centered health.The resource library has featured resources, webinar series and more. You can learn about how Health Leads work by watching the videos. More details:- https://healthleadsusa.org/

 Non-Government Organization / 554 views

 Health planning & management / 400 views

The Health Security Learning Platform enables you to download training materials, get in touch with other professionals and a complete training toolkit to design and organize training workshops. courses Subject COVID-19 At Points Of Entry Infectious diseases/COVID-19 One Health Health services Public Health Event Management In Air Transport Public health  Public Health Preparedness For Mass Gathering Events Public health   

 Infectious diseases/COVID-19 / 444 views

HealthBegins drives transformation and improvement in the health of individuals and communities by designing and implementing bold upstream strategies. It supports people to focus and align their efforts to improve social drivers of health and equity at all levels: individual social needs, community-wide social determinants of health, and broader structural determinants of health. The resources for equity page share crowd-sourced, curated set of resources for health professionals who are working on social determinants of health. The news and resources section has webinars, newsletters, resources for equity, social determinants of health, and community based workforce principles. More details:- https://healthbegins.org/

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Healthfinder is the U.S. Government's gateway to consumer health information. Sources by topic include: health conditions such as cancer, diabetes, health health, HIV/AIDS, nutrition, obesity, mental health and reproductive health.

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The Healthy Newborn Network is an online global community of maternal and newborn health professionals and practitioners dedicated to addressing critical knowledge gaps in newborn health. The majority of deaths and stillbirths occur in low-resource settings, and most are preventable with proven and effective interventions. HNN brings partners together to share key resources, data, experiences, and lessons and helps increase global commitment to the advancement of newborn health in over 70 countries. The Network also provides a platform for stakeholders to engage in discussions and working group activities on the vast range of newborn and maternal health topics. You may join the Network and explore key issues related to maternal and newborn health, the latest global data and evidence-based interventions, and the opinions of leading subject-matter experts. You can also explore HNN’s extensive resourceslibrary of journal articles, toolkits, multimedia items, reports, blogs, news, and more.   More details:https://www.healthynewborn.org

 Network (advocacy or NGO) / 624 views

The Healthy People 2020 provides pre-formulated search strategies (structured evidence queries) that search high-quality, peer-reviewed scientific literature to identify research evidence for selected public helath and primary health topics. These one-click strategies search PubMed, an NLM database that provides access to millions of citations from MEDLINE, life science and public health journals, and on-line books. PubMed includes links to many sites providing full text articles and other related resources.

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The Natural Hazards Center Library is a singular collection of resources that focus on how society copes with natural hazards and catastrophic events. The Library houses a wide range of information for both researchers and practitioners. Regardless of discipline, this extensive collection will provide practical, applied, and academic support to those in need of disaster knowledge. You can search the library’s online catalog, which provides bibliographic access to the collection, and direct access to hundreds of titles.

 Disaster management & emergency service / 361 views

Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA) is a primary government agency for improving health care to people who are geographically isolated, and economically or medically vulnerable. It is the go-to source for data, dashboards, maps, reports, locators, APIs and downloadable data files on HRSA-funded public health programs including: primary care programs; health professional shortage areas; HIV/AIDS services, maternal and child health; rural health programs and much more.

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I+academy provides a wide range of courses including: supply chain management for the health system; qualification of medicines and health products, procurement of medicines and medical supplies, quality assurance, monitoring and evaluation, leadership and governance and more. It also offers competency based training. The courses are offered in French, Spanish and Portuguese languages. Courses  Subject  Basic Principles of Supply Chain Management for Health Systems Supply chain & logistics management Procurement of Medicines and Medical Supplies Medical supplies Mini Course on Quantification of PPEs for COVID-19 Communicable diseases

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USAID and CDC have mobilized the international development community to respond to the coronavirus threat in developing countries. Hospitals, clinics, and front line health workers in all healthcare facilities will need grant funding investments from donors. The site have COVID digital response resources to inform the digital response to contain the global infectious disease epidemic.

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This document is a repository of resources focusing on Covid-19, disability, mental health, chronic health conditions and related topics curated by the International Disability and Development Consortium Inclusive Health Task Group (IDDC IHTG) and the CORE Group Disability Inclusive Health Technical Advisory Group co-chaired by Alessandra Aresu (Humanity & Inclusion), Leia Isanhart (Catholic Relief Services), Nick Corby (Equal International), Andrea Pregel (Sightsavers).

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ILEP is a consortium of international non-governmental organizations with a shared desire to see a world free from leprosy, and an acknowledgment that none of us can achieve this on our own. The consortium spans more than 60 countries and 700 project locations worldwide. In the fight against leprosy, ILEP and its members work with people affected by leprosy, ministries of health and other government departments, WHO and other NGOs and civil society organizations. The News & Events page has latest news, guides, and upcoming events on conferences, meetings, and summits. You can sign up for the ILEP updates, a bulletin of leprosy-related news, developments and events of interest to ILEP members, staff and partners.

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Building on experience, and in anticipation of local or widespread transmission of the virus on the African continent, IMA World Health is seeking to improve preparedness of non-governmental CHAs and other faith-based health care networks in Sub-Saharan Africa for COVID-19 outbreak response. IMA will work through a collaborative partnership with the Africa Christian Health Associations Platform (ACHAP) -- a membership organization of 43 CHAs in 32 countries in Africa.

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On this course, you will hear directly from our world-class experts about the theory behind the analyses of COVID-19 and its spread, while learning how to interpret new information using core principles of public health, epidemiology, medicine, health economics, and social science. You will be able to watch regular situation reports about the state of the epidemic, provided by the researchers of J-IDEA and its director Professor Neil Ferguson. Courses Subject A guide to Healthcare Innovation: Principles and practice Health information technology & information management Foundations of Public Health Practice Specialization Public health Epidemiology for Public Health Specialization Diseases/disease control Evaluation of Digital Health Interventions Health information technology & information management Introduction to Digital health Health information technology & information management Health Systems Development: Health systems, Policy and Research Health systems Science Matters: Let’s Talk about COVID-19 CARE: Nutrition in Ageing

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Since the emergence of the new coronavirus (COVID-19) in December 2019, Imperial College has adopted a policy of immediately sharing research findings on the pandemic. This site provides all output from the College, including publicly published online reports, planning tools, scientific resources, publications and video updates.

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Infolep is the international knowledge center for access to online information resources on leprosy and related subjects.You will find the latest information on: key topics; leprosy and COVID19; diagnostic tests; prevention and rehabilitation of leprosy and disability; as well as stigma, discrimination & mental wellbeing. The key topics provide collections of information, publications, and links on particular leprosy related subjects.Infolep helps you locate the resources you need by compiling key topic lists that highlight information resources on leprosy-related topics, selected and reviewed by field experts.

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InfoNTD is the one-stop portal of information on cross-cutting issues in Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs), such as disease prevention, disease management, disability, inclusion, stigma, mental wellbeing, health education, mHealth and WASH. It is the place to search for articles, e-journals, e-books and tools on NTDs and related subjects.

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InterAction - updates and resources about COVID-19 and how it’s impacting communities around the world. You can stay updated on responses to the pandemic by subscribing to the InterAction’s COVID-19 newsletter.

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The International Council of Nurses is a federation of more than 130 national nurses associations, representing the more than 20 million nurses worldwide. The Council aims to represent nursing worldwide, advance the nursing profession, promote the wellbeing of nurses, and advocate for health in all policies.ICN advances nursing, nurses and health through its policies, partnerships, advocacy, leadership development, networks, congresses and special projects.

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The International Disability and Development Consortium (IDDC) is a consortium of civil society organizations and networks coming together around a common objective: promoting inclusive international development and humanitarian action with a special focus on the full and effective enjoyment of human rights by all people with disabilities. IDDC’s Library has resources on disability and inclusion, rehabilitation, as well as international resources. These sources provide free access to a unique online collection of information resources. These include: books; journals; manuals; toolkits; reports; posters; audiovisual materials and websites. More details:- https://www.iddcconsortium.net/

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Working with the WHO, International Medical Corps is leveraging its relationships with local and national ministries of health globally to provide expertise, equipment, training, and triage and treatment services. We have designed a multi-pronged approach to ensure that at-risk countries and regions are able to prepare for and respond to potential outbreaks of coronavirus.

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International Open Academy provides courses for professional development, personal growth, and goal fulfillment. The Academy delivers diverse and easy to use courses from making a career change to exploring new hobbies or interests. The courses offered in the health area include: child psychology, elderly care, nutrition, special needs and so on. courses subject CPR & First Aid Emergency services Diet and Nutrition Management Nutrition Your Healthy Baby Child health  

 Mother, newborn & child health / 495 views

ITER database features international comparisons of environmental health risk assessment information and contains over 620 chemical records. ITER includes data from the EPA, Health Canada, the National Institute of Public Health and the Environment of the Netherlands, and other organizations that provide risk values.

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JAMAevidence helps decision makers identify the best available evidence by providing guides to the systematic consideration of the validity, importance, and applicability of claims about the assessment of health problems and the outcomes of health care. Sources at this site include: textbooks, users’ guides to the medical literature, useful tools, audio files, and guide to statistics and methods.

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]The Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health presents a series of short lectures based on our experience treating COVID-19 patients at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Hopkins faculty will talk about their experience and the latest data across key topic areas, and provide resources to help our international partners prepare for the pandemic within their institutions. courses  subject Strategies to Support the COVID-19 Response in LMICs: A Virtual Seminar Series Infectious diseases/COVID-19 Center for Global Health COVID-19 Virtual Seminar Series Infectious diseases/COVID-19 COVID-19 Health services Travel Preparation Course Infectious diseases/COVID-19  

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The Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center is a continuously updated source of COVID-19 data and expert guidance. The Center collects and analyzes the data available on cases, deaths, tests, hospitalizations and vaccines to help the public, policymakers and healthcare professionals worldwide respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Many open access ebooks, book chapters and articles that have high-quality content are freely available for you to use. You do not need to register or login to access and download the journal articles, book chapters, serials and other documents.

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The Knowledge Translation Program works with researchers to develop a strategy to put knowledge into practice at both the clinical and policy level. The Program aims to provide high quality evidence reach patients, health care providers and decision-makers by making sure effective strategies are used to improve quality of care. By focusing on the processes through which knowledge is translated into changed decision making, the Knowledge Translation Program plays a critical role in enabling the creation and delivery of outcome-based learning experiences, and ultimately improved health outcomes. It has information on knowledge synthesis, implementation, and education and training.   courses subject Systematic Review Online Course Publication/writing support Practicing Knowledge Translation Health systems Introductory course on knowledge synthesis for knowledge user Publication/writing support Foundation of knowledge translation  Publication/writing support End of grant knowledge translation  Publication/writing support Partners in research Publication/writing support

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KonTerra is offers free resources to help guide you in navigating the stressors and feelings that accompany the public health crisis due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The site has resources, discussion guides, webinars, vodcasts and external links.

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Laterite is a data, research and technical advisory firm that helps clients understand and analyse complex development challenges. The firm embraces and deploys innovative research technologies and methodologies. Laterite strives to play an active role in transforming development research and to make it more rigorous and impactful.  Laterite has research projects with UN agencies, local and international NGOs and private firms. Currently the firm operates offices in Rwanda, Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda and the Netherlands.   More details: https://www.laterite.com/about/

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lemlem Foundation, lemlem’s philanthropic arm, is a non-profit organization with the mission to help women artisans in Africa thrive by connecting them to healthcare, education and pathways to jobs. The program areas of the Foundation focus on maternal health and women’s empowerment. The charity supports midwife training and health outreach services in communities. Lemlem also works with social enterprises to design and support training initiatives that help women artisans in Ethiopia and Kenya build skills and prepare for jobs in Africa’s growing textile and fashion industries.   More Details; https//: www.lemlem.com

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LibreTexts is a the world’s online textbook platform. It aims to free the textbook from the limitations and costs of traditional textbooks. The open and freely accessible LibreTexts provide a more engaging learning experience for students without the financial burden. The LibreTexts approach is highly collaborative where an Open Access textbook environment is under constant revision by students, faculty, and outside experts to supplant conventional paper-based books.

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The Coronavirus resource center provides important information and updates on COVID-19 from experts and researchers at Johns Hopkins University.  Useful resources include interactive map, news, videos, live events, FAQs, and data analysis about the spread and impact of the pandemic.

 Health Databases / 392 views

MCMASTER+ is a service of McMaster University's Health Information Research Unit. It incorporates the McMasterPLUSTM searchable database of best evidence from the health care literature of particular interest to physicians, nurses, and rehabilitation professionals. McMaster+ provides evidence-based links, including: evidence alerts; evidence-based nursing; rehabilitation; obesity; and knowledge translation.

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The University of Miami, School of Nursing and Health Studies, Center of Excellence for Health Disparities Research, has developed questionnaires, impact assessment tools and measure of behaviour changes and stress that individuals may have experienced during the COVID-19 pandemic.  You can use these resources and tools to conduct your research.

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As a global health organization, Medicines for Humanity (MFH) is working alongside many other partners and institutions to help support communities and clinics around the world to manage and survive through this pandemic of novel Coronavirus-19. We have created educational and training materials for our partners around the world and make these available to any interested partners. Please feel free to use these resources and share them with others.

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Continuing professional development (CPD) encompasses all of the activities that health workers undertake—both formal and informal—to maintain, update, develop, and enhance their professional skills, knowledge, and attitudes. CPD is a systematic and ongoing process of education to increase personal and professional effectiveness courses  subject Ministry of Health – Ethiopia CPD COVID-19 Training Infectious diseases/COVID-19   

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The MSKTC is a center that helps facilitate the knowledge translation process to make research meaningful to those with spinal cord injury, traumatic brain Injury and burn Injury.  The MSKTC collaborates with Model System programs to conduct systematic reviews on high priority health topics to inform clinical practice.

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MOOC List provides a list of MOOCs and free online courses from Coursera, edX, FutureLearn, Udacity, and other Top Providers and Universities in a wide range of categories and subjects/skills. Courses Subject   Through my Eyes – Intellectual Disability Healthcare around the World (edX) Disability & rehabilitation   Herbal Medicine (Coursera) Traditional health care & alternative therapies   The Science of Health Care Delivery (Coursera) Health services   Emergency Care: Pregnancy, Infants, and Children (Coursera) Disaster management & emergency services   Lecture Series for Preventing and Controlling COVID-19 (Coursera) Infectious diseases/COVID-19

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NACC aims to provide policy and a strategic framework for mobilizing and coordinating resources for the prevention of HIV transmission and provision of care and support to the infected and affected people in Kenya. NACC coordinates stakeholders in the multi-sectoral response to HIV and AIDS in Kenya. The publications section has documents on key HIV and AIDS highlights and technical reports.   More details: https://nacc.or.ke/

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Community Health Workers are frontline public health workers who are trusted members of and/or have a close understanding of the community served. NACHW aims to unify the voices of CHWs and strengthen the profession’s capacity to promote healthy communities. The Association also aims to convene national forums and regional work groups to contribute to organizational development planning and direction. The Events page has study reports, FAQs and COVID-19 resources for CHWs. CHW Document Resource Center has searchable collection of documents on policies around CHWs.

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The National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools supports the use of the best available research evidence in public health practice and policy to optimize health of people. It supports public health professionals in finding and using innovative, high quality, up-to-date methods and tools to build capacity for evidence-informed public health. The knowledge repositories public health+ database helps public health practitioner’s access high quality and newsworthy evidence. It also contains health evidence to help public health use best evidence in practice. Courses  subject Evidence-Informed Public Health Public health Knowledge Translation Methods & Tools for Public Health Public health Health Evidence Publication/writing support  

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The Emergency Access Initiative (EAI) provides free access to full text articles from major biomedicine titles to healthcare professionals, librarians, and the public affected by disasters. The resources are only available to those affected by the disaster and for those providing assistance to the affected population.

 Disaster management & emergency service / 385 views

The National Vital Statistics System is an inter-governmental data sharing in Public Health and the shared relationships, standards, and procedures on US’s official vital statistics. These data are provided vital registration systems operated in the various jurisdictions legally responsible for the registration of vital events – births, deaths, marriages, divorces, and fetal deaths.

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The Neglected Tropical Disease NGO Network (NNN) is a forum for partners working together to improve health for the world's poorest populations and build a brighter future for all people.With over 70 members worldwide, the NNN is built on partnerships with ministries of health to eliminate and control NTDs. The NNN cross-cutting groups work on: conflict & humanitarian emergencies; disease management; disability & inclusion; ensuring sustainable systems; one health; skin related NTDs and WASH.  You can browse some of the resources created for NNN such as handbooks, conference reports, reference websites and forms. More details:- https://www.ntd-ngonetwork.org/

 Network (Advocacy, Global or NGO) / 334 views

The Nestlé Medical Hub is a free resource center, built exclusively for Healthcare Professionals, to support their everyday practice and their professional development journey. In this portal, you will find a variety of educational resources, including best practices on Nutrition management, information and clinical evidence for our products, and patient resources. You will also find information about various exclusive programs and training's we conduct throughout the year, and access to Samples to share with your patients.

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Noba is a free online platform that provides flexibly structured textbooks and educational materials. These textbooks and materials are licensed under the Creative Commons CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 International License. Users may reuse, redistribute, and remix the content to suit their needs. Topics include community psychology, development, emotions and motivation, personality, social and wellbeing. courses  Subject Introduction to Community Psychology Community health care Introduction to Community Psychology Community health care Emotions and motivation Leadership &  

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The Nurse Practitioner/Advanced Practice Nursing Network aims to become an international resource for nurses practicing in Nurse Practitioner (NP) or Advanced Practice Nursing Roles (APN) roles, and interested others (e.g. policymakers, educators, regulators, health planners) by: making relevant and timely information about practice, education, role development, research, policy and regulatory developments, and appropriate events. Among other tasks, the Network provides a forum for sharing and exchange of knowledge expertise and experience.  The Communications web page has news bulletins and resource links to professional organizations.  The page also collects and publishes information on the trends of APN roles as they emerge in countries around the globe. The research publications focus on mapping of advanced practice nursing competencies from respondent countries

 Network (Advocacy, Global or NGO) / 413 views

The Nurse Education Partnership Initiative strives to prepare the next generation of nurses and midwives to lead, change and shape the future of health care in Africa. NEPI leverages collaborative academic-practice partnerships and innovative clinical learning strategies to increase and retain the number of highly skilled nurses and midwives in Lesotho, Malawi, Zambia, Ethiopia, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), and South Africa. NEPI partners with nursing and midwifery institutions in these countries in order to strengthen their educational capacity, develop competency-based curricula, and implement prioritized interventions that address workforce capacity issues.

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The OAPEN Library contains freely accessible academic books, mainly in the area of humanities, society and social sciences, economics, business and management, earth sciences and environment. OAPEN works with publishers to build a quality controlled collection of open access books, and provides services for publishers, libraries and research funders in the areas of deposit, quality assurance, dissemination, and digital preservation.

 Environmental health / 415 views

The World Bank Open Knowledge Repository (OKR) is the largest single source of development knowledge. The Repository is an open access for its research outputs and knowledge products. The OKR contains thousands of research works including: World Bank Group annual reports and independent evaluation studies, books, journal articles, accepted manuscripts, metadata and links to World Bank-authored external journal articles; serial publications; policy research working papers, and knowledge notes providing short briefs that capture lessons of experience from World Bank operations and research. The OKR is constantly updated with new content, as well as legacy reports and research.

 Sustainable development Goals / 553 views

Open Learning Initiative supports better learning and instruction with high-quality, scientifically based, classroom-tested online courses and materials.  Courses  subject Healthcare IT Foundations Health information technology and management Environmental Technology health Environmental

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The Open Research Library is an aggregation of peer-reviewed, open access, scholarly monographs which is hosted on the BiblioBoard platform. Hosting makes the user experience consistent across the collection and enables users to maintain a single bookshelf for all of their open access book content. Sources include family and relationships, adolescent health, elderly health and so on.

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Open textbooks are textbooks that have been funded, published, and licensed to be freely used, adapted, and distributed. These books have been reviewed by faculty from a variety of colleges and universities to assess their quality. The books can be downloaded for no cost, or printed at low cost. All textbooks are either used at multiple higher education institutions; or affiliated with an institution, scholarly society, or professional organization. The library’s sources on medicine, natural sciences, and social sciences. Open Textbook Library is supported by the Center for Open Education and the Open Textbook Network

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Open Yale Courses (OYC) provides lectures and other materials from selected Yale College courses to the public free of charge via the Internet. The courses span the full range of disciplines, including humanities, social sciences, and physical and biological sciences. Topics in health area include public health, nutrition, maternal health, tropical medicine and much more. Each course includes a full set of class lectures produced in video accompanied by such other course materials as syllabi, suggested readings, exams, and problem sets. The lectures are available as downloadable videos, and an audio-only version is also offered. In addition, searchable transcripts of each lecture are provided. Courses  subject Essentials of Global Health Global health Health Behavior Change: From Evidence to Action Health behavior communication change  

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OASIS is a search tool that aims to make the discovery of open content easier. It currently searches open content from different sources, including in health sciences and public health subjects. Resources include: textbooks, courses, course materials, modules, interactive simulations, books, audio books, videos, podcasts, and more.

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Our World in Data has focused its efforts on building a global dataset on COVID-19 testing. Testing is so very crucial to understanding the spread of the pandemic and responding to the disease appropriately. The testing dataset is updated regularly and it is freely accessible for everyone.

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The complete COVID-19 dataset is a collection of the COVID-19 data maintained by Our World in Data. It is updated daily and includes data on confirmed cases, deaths, and testing, as well as other variables of potential interest.

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The PAHO Institutional Repository Information Sharing (IRIS) has collections in a variety of thematic areas including: communicable diseases; non-communicable diseases and risk factors; determinants of health; health systems; and preparedness, surveillance and response thematic areas. IRIS has also publications on these areas.

 Health Databases / 451 views

Partnership for Evidence-Based Response to COVID-19 is a public-private partnership that supports evidence-based measures to reduce the impact of COVID-19 on African Union Member States. PERC collects social, economic, epidemiological, population movement, and security data from 20 African Union Member States to help determine the acceptability, impact and effectiveness of public health and social measures for COVID-19.

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Pennsylvania Research Commons is a showcase of outstanding research. It includes a growing collection of peer-reviewed journal articles, book chapters, dissertations, working papers, conference proceedings, and other original scholarly work. Disciplines in the collection include: medicine and health sciences; social and behavioral sciences; medical specialties; There are loads of primary health care resources at this site.

 Public health / 350 views

Prevent Epidemics supports countries to find, stop and prevent disease threats. It has response playbook, contact tracing and emerging scientific evidence related to COVID-19.

 Infectious diseases/COVID-19 / 325 views

PreventionWeb is a knowledge sharing platform on disaster risk reduction, managed by the UN Office for Disaster Risk Reduction. The site offers a range of knowledge products and services to facilitate the work of disaster risk reduction professionals. These include a global knowledge base, daily and weekly alerts, training and academic programs.

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Project Hope trains local health care workers to save lives across the globe, from the front lines of disaster and crisis to delivery rooms and remote villages. Courses Subject COVID-19 Online Training Program Materials  Infectious diseases/COVID-19 COVID-19 Training for Health Care Workers: Preparedness and Response Infectious diseases/COVID-19  

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PubChem is an open chemistry database at the National Institutes of Health. The database is the largest collection of freely accessible chemical information. It allows you to search chemicals by name, molecular formula, structure, and other identifiers. Find chemical and physical properties, biological activities, safety and toxicity information, patents, literature citations and more. New data is constantly added to chemical information.

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The Public Health Learning Navigator is a streamlined, curated online resource supporting quality learning for the public health workforce. Courses Subject Community Health Worker COVID-19 Training Module Infectious disease/COVID-1 Addressing Health Equity: A Public Health Essential Public health  Advanced Program Evaluation Health planning & management An Introduction to Community Assessment and Data Collection Publication/writing support Best Practices in Program Planning for Local Obesity Prevention Nutrition Building Logic Models Health planning & management Community Assessment: Conducting Surveys Publication/writing support Community Assessment: Conducting Windshield and Walking Surveys Publication/writing support Community-Based Participatory Research: A Partnership Approach for Public Health Publication/writing support Community Change in Public Health Community health  Community Health Worker COVID-19 Vaccine Basics Infectious disease/COVID-19 Embracing Quality In Public Health: A Practitioner’s Performance Management Primer Public health  Environmental Assessment Quick Train Environmental health  Foundations of Public Health Practice Public health  Health and Disability 101 Disability & rehabiliation Health Literacy for Health Professionals Health information/education  Introduction to Ethics for Community Health Workers Community health  Introduction to HIPAA for Community Health Workers Health workforce & training Introduction to Interviewing for Community Health Workers (CHWs) Publication/writing support Infectious Disease Case Management Infectious diseases Managing Change: The Essential Leadership Skill Health planning & management Making Contact:...

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This page lists survey instruments that are being developed by IPA and others to learn more about responses to and effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. The goal is to make questionnaires available to a wide audience to allow researchers to harmonize language, item format, response options, and other features in order for make data more comparable across studies. To support this effort, IPA encourages research teams to use the RECOVR survey and the COVID-19 Economic Impact Survey instruments, listed directly below. courses  subject IPA RECOVR Survey Infectious diseases/COVID-19 COVID-19 Economic Impact Survey Infectious diseases/COVID-19 Showing Life Opportunities: COVID-19 Rapid Response Survey Infectious diseases/COVID-19 A Randomized Experiment of Cash Transfers and Financial Education on Vulnerable Iraqis' Resilience to the Economic Effects of COVID-19 Infectious diseases/COVID-19 Collective Action of School Leaders during Coronavirus Pandemic Survey Infectious diseases/COVID-19 COVID-19 Phone Survey (Round 1) Infectious diseases/COVID-19 COVID-19 Phone Survey in Senegal Infectious diseases/COVID-19 COVID-19 Survey Modules Infectious diseases/COVID-19 COVID-19-Related Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices Among Decision-makers in Indigenous Municipalities of Guatemala Survey Infectious diseases/COVID-19 COVID-19-Related Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices in Urban Slums in Nairobi, Kenya Infectious diseases/COVID-19 Data on Demand COVID-19 Survey Instrument Infectious diseases/COVID-19 Effects of community-led WASH on Covid-19 in the Democratic Republic...

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REMM provides guidance about clinical diagnosis and treatment of radiation injuries during radiological and nuclear emergencies. It provides just-in-time, evidence-based, usable information with sufficient background and context to make complex issues understandable to those without formal radiation medicine expertise. The web-based information is also downloadable in advance, so that it would be available during an emergency if the internet is not accessible.

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SIREN, Social Interventions Research & Evaluation Network, University of California, San Francisco, is sharing COVID-19 resources on different topics including articles, impact data, research question bank for measures, and more.  The resources help measure the impacts of COVID-19 pandemic on vulnerable populations.

 Infectious diseases/COVID-19 / 333 views

Supporting the Use of Research Evidence (SURE) is a mechanism to support WHO to strengthen evidence-informed policy-making for African health systems.  SURE builds on and supports the Evidence-Informed Policy Network in Africa and the Region of East Africa Community Health Policy Initiative.

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The Tavistock and Portman repository has freely available work, including publications, books, articles, media and statistics.  Subject areas include: children and adolescents psychology, disabilities, family health and more.

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The Technical Resources, Assistance Center, and Information Exchange (TRACIE) is created to meet the information and technical assistance needs of healthcare staff, healthcare coalitions, healthcare entities, healthcare providers, emergency managers, public health practitioners, and others working in disaster medicine, healthcare system preparedness, and public health emergency preparedness.

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The Good Universities Guide has some free online courses (MOOCs) on health services and support, business and management, communications, information technology, environmental studies, nursing, and much more.  You can get a taste for some of the MOOC content available. If any of the MOOC content interests you, click enrol to learn more on how you can start studying. courses  subject Nursing MOOCs Health workforce & training Health Services and Support MOOCs Health services Environmental Studies MOOCs Environmental health  

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The Network: Towards Unity for Health is an international organization that fosters equitable community-oriented health services, education and research with the goal of improving health locally and globally. TUFH partners with innovative health care organizations, universities, community institutions, and leaders from all over the world. The Network hosts annual international conference, weekly expert virtual symposiums and a MEDLINE indexed journal,Education for Health. Areas of concern include: social accountability; inter-professional education; population health; and community approaches to engage and serve remote and rural health, refugees and migrants, as well as women and elderly populations.

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TikuretLesetocEnaLehitsanatMaheberworks on women and children in Ethiopia. The charity addresses the dire social, economic and health situation of the target groups. TLLM has orphanage centers and promotes national and international adoptions through child-sponsorship initiatives. More details:https://www.tikurettllm.net/

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University of Cape Town runs Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on the topic of education, disability, diversity & inclusions, climate change and more. courses subject Climate Adaptation in Africa Climate change Climate change mitigation in developing countries Climate change Research for impact Publication/writing support Disability inclusion in education:  building systems of support Disability & rehabilitation Teaching children with visual impairment: Creating empowering classrooms Disability & rehabilitation Education for All: Disability, Diversity and Inclusion Disability & rehabilitation Course for healthcare workers to fight Covid-19 Infectious diseases/COVID-19-19 Pandemics Course Infectious diseases/COVID  

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Welcome to USAID Ethiopia's Coronavirus public information resources page.

 Infectious diseases/COVID-19 / 302 views

The qualification tool helps you to forecast estimated personal protective equipment (PPE) for COVID-19 outbreak based on CDC guidelines.  You can download the tool in Excel format. The tool is developed by USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program. courses subject COVID-19 PPE Quantification Infectious diseases/COVID-19 Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health & Pharmaceutical Systems Strengthening Micro-learning Course Mother, newborn & child health GHSC-PSM Global Data Synchronization Network Training Global health Introduction to GHSC-PSM Global Data Synchronization Network (GDSN) Initiative Global health  

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The site is a portal to the online data dissemination activities of the Division of Vital Statistics, including both interactive online data access tools and downloadable public use data files. Public use birth, infant death, infant death, mortality multiple cause, and fetal death data files are available for independent research and analyses.

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The Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University works towards developing transformational ideas and outstanding leaders for the advancement of business and society.  The School provides massive open online courses (MOOCs) in different topics including leadership, change management, emotional intelligence, and women in leadership. courses  subject Leading Positive Change through Appreciative Inquiry Leadership & management Conversations that Inspire: Coaching Learning, Leadership and Change Leadership & management  

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The development of global guidelines ensuring the appropriate use of evidence represents one of the core functions of WHO. Some of the guidelines available topics include: antimicrobial resistance; child health; communicable diseases; environmental health; HIV/AIDS; health systems; malaria; maternal, reproductive health and women's health; mental health and substance abuse; neglected tropical disease; non-communicable diseases; nutrition; patient safety; public health emergencies; and tuberculosis.

 Primary health care / 369 views

The World Health Organization Institutional Repository Information Sharing (IRIS) has organized its resources by its Regional Offices. A wide range of information is available around health thematic areas. The website also provides statistical information by country.

 Primary health care / 595 views

Regional health and medical databases have been compiled to complement the internationally known bibliographical indexes such as MEDLINE from the US National Library of Medicine. The Regional medical indexes, published by or under the auspices of WHO Regional Offices give access to bibliographical information about the health material published locally. They thus add a further dimension to the retrieval of information from developed country-oriented database. A collection of health and biomedical databases covering the following regions is available: Africa, Eastern Mediterranean, South-East Asia, Latin America and the Carribean (languages: Portuguese, Spanish and English), and Western Pacific. Each regional database includes resources that are not easily found elsewhere, as well as international journals.

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 Women's health / 538 views

WorldWideScience.org is a global science gateway comprised of scientific databases and portals. It accelerates scientific discovery and progress by providing one-stop searching of databases from around the world.

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Zenodo provides research outputs from across all fields of research including Sciences and Humanities. The database is built and developed by researchers, to ensure that everyone can join in Open Science. Zenodo makes the sharing, curation and publication of data and software easy for all researchers. You can sort by keyword, title, journal, etc and download open access documents directly from the site. You can create and curate your own community for a workshop, project, department, journal, into which you can accept or reject uploads.

 Health information technology & information management / 709 views

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