Evidence & Action in the Fast Lane
Those of us working in global health rely on evidence to design and modify our health programs. Yet setting up strong systems to capture important data, information, and knowledge—and finally—translating that learning into programs, is easier said than done.
Join us on MSH’s online learning platform, LeaderNet.org, for a free, week-long microlearning seminar, June 4-8. During this seminar, we’ll share practical solutions for using evidence to inform decision-making in global public health and discuss how to improve learning and impact at your organization.
Each morning, registered participants will receive an email with a brief video (or “episode”) on the following topics:
- Evidence Along a Continuum
- Knowledge Management for Global Health
- Collecting and Accessing Reliable Data
- The Practice of Adaptive Management
- Strategic Planning for Learning and Impact
Registered participants will be invited to participate in a discussion related to the day’s episode. We hope these daily episodes will help you start your day with some new information on the topics above.
To join the seminar, first register for a LeaderNet account or log in to your existing account. Once logged in, you may register for the seminar by clicking the orange "Join Group" button on the seminar page.