Session VIII – Using Geographic Information Systems and mHealth to Inform Programing

This session will focus on using Geographic Information Systems and mHealth to inform programing.

May 22, 2014 | 2:00 – 3:00pm EST 

Slides

Overview – Leah Wyatt

In Session VIII, you are a district health worker considering the use of GIS and mHealth for your program. This session will generate thought-provoking discussion on types of data and information to consider when planning a program that utilizes these technologies. Cell phones are permitted and will be used in this session

The Data Revolution has Begun: On the front lines with geospatial data and tools – John Spencer

Discover how geographic information systems (GIS) and other geospatial tools have transformed data creation and use. Learn about the growth in GIS capacity, and how GIS supports national evaluation efforts. Take a look at a spatial analysis of factors behind intimate partner violence as a result of the data revolution.

Using Data and Analysis for Better mHealth Design – Nena do Nascimento

Learn how to maximize mHealth pilot success using data already available and get key insights on when to consider using mHealth in your project.

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