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Dimensions of routine data quality and data management
What you need from assessment setup to analysis
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Building data analysis muscle
For M&E officers and health program staff
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Tools for Gender-Based Violence Data
High-quality data are essential for a country to get an accurate picture of how gender-based violence (GBV) is affecting its population—as is true with any public health issue.
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A Decision Tree: Making decisions on data demand and use
The MEASURE Evaluation project developed and published a Decision Tree for Designing Interventions for Data Demand and Use to help guide national government ministries, donors, and implementers in designing interventions to improve data use.
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Pandemic Control—ethical considerations
Mobilizing resources from governments and the private sector to quickly collect and analyze data on emerging diseases is essential, but health information systems are most helpful when they are well established before an emergency.
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What We're Reading on COVID-19
For World Health Day, April 7, we share some of what we’ve been reading on COVID-19.
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Waves of Opportunity from Big Data, and the Wake of Questions Left Unanswered
By Brittany Iskarpatyoti, MPH. Big data was a key topic at the American Evaluation Association annual meeting, including the questions it raises.
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Tidy Data and How to Get It
By John Spencer, MA. Untidy data can undermine even the strongest health information system and introduce a barrier to effective data use.
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It’s Time for a New Question in Disease Outbreaks
By Brittany Iskarpatyoti, MPH. A new brief explores the importance of gender in monitoring and evaluation and suggests indicators that can reveal and explain gender gaps in emerging infectious disease outcomes.
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Health Information System Architecture: Harmonized and Interoperable
By Manish Kumar, MPH, MS. Research in Bihar, India suggests that a federated information system architecture could facilitate access within the health sector to good-quality data from multiple sources, enabling strategic and clinical decisions for better health.
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