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Health data—use it or miss out. Here’s how.
Access popular tools and guidance for improving use of health data.
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What’s in your toolbox? Here’s how to assess health information, data quality, and routine data
These MEASURE Evaluation tools can help improve health information system (HIS) performance.
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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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Make your data better
Tools for self-assessment of data quality
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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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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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