This video walks the view through a hospital and offers "bubbles" of information over the heads of hsopital staff, family members and patients so that the medical professionals get a better idea of their fears, thoughts, and hopes. It was shown by the CEO of the Cleveland Clinic to a general meeting of staff in 2013.
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These materials were created by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to promote handwashing.
These posters, produced as part of the family planning organization NURHI in Nigeria, serve a dual purpose. They serve as job aids for service providers and as reminder materials for clients.
This 13-episode Nigerian reality radio program incorporates different interactive elements, such as interviews, discussions, vox pop, testimonials and expert opinions to engage audiences on malaria-related topics. The English version is titled Play Your Part while the Hausa version is titled Taka Naka Rawan.
A video used to stimulate discussion in trainings. It depicts the contrast between theory and practice of clinical diagnosis in a semi-urban Nigerian context. It shows the procedure for conducting RDT for malaria and how a provider can effectively use interpersonal communication to manage clients. Accompanied by a discussion guide.
The Global Handbook represents a collaborative effort to provide high-quality, up-to-date guidance for health-care professionals working in low- and middle-income countries.
The aim of this app is to give health workers – particularly those in remote rural areas – a tool that helps to get patients quick and efficient specialist care. The app was initially only for ophthalmology referrals, but it quickly became clear that the functionality provided by Vula was widely needed.
This one page job aid is an instructional sheet developed in pictorial format inorder to instruct healthworkers about how to apply CHX on the umbilical cords of newborns.
The Nepal Family Health Program (NFHP-I) was a six-year (2002-2007) bilateral activity of United States Agency for International Development, Nepal (USAID/N) with the Government of Nepal.
The Mothers and Infants: Safe, Healthy Alive (MAISHA) project in Tanzania was aimed at various aspects of safe motherhood.
The project had as its goal that all pregnant women should: