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Publication Conceptualizing and Measuring Data Use: A Review of Assessments and Tools
Tara Nutley, Michelle Li (2018)
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Publication Facilitators and Barriers to Data Use in Kenya: Learning from the MEASURE Evaluation PIMA Associate Award
MEASURE Evaluation (2018)
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Publication Facilitators and Barriers to Data Use: Learning from the MEASURE Evaluation Strategic Information for South Africa Associate Award
MEASURE Evaluation (2018)
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Publication Strengthening Data Demand and Use in Three African Countries: Lessons Learned from the Associate Awards in Kenya, South Africa, and Tanzania
MEASURE Evaluation (2018)
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Publication Analyzing, Interpreting, and Communicating Routine Family Planning Data in South Sudan
Tobijo Denis Sokiri Moses, Zakaria Kenneth Kaunda, and Wani Bessensio Ezeron (2019)
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Publication Creating a Culture of Data Use in Tanzania: Assessing Health Providers’ Capacity to Analyze and Use Family Planning Data
Mackfallen G. Anasel, Idda L. Swai, Orest S. Masue (2019)
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Don’t let your data just sit there!
Learn the principles of data use for program planning.
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Software helps prevent mother to child HIV transmission
By Cristina de la Torre, DSc, MPH. Post on using new DHIS 2 software that tracks individuals and events longitudinally to help monitor referrals and linkages across health services.
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What is data use anyway?
By Michelle Li. A Science Speaks blog post discusses data use challenges and introduces a new resource providing guidance on how to measure data use in decision making.
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Weighing the options for evaluation data: Are routine health data enough?
by Emily Weaver, PhD. This Science Speaks blog post discusses using existing data to conduct an evaluation of the Tibu Homa Project in Tanzania and shares lessons learned.
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