Archives for ‘Web 2.0’

Public eHealth Innovation and Equity In Latin America and the Caribbean (eSAC)

eSAC is a project jointly developed by the International Development Research Centre (IDRC), the University of Toronto and the Area of Knowledge Management and Communication at the Pan American Health Organization to contribute to the improvement of the health and wellbeing of marginalized population groups in the LAC region, through the application of Public eHealth solutions. Carefully selected and highly trained young professionals will spearhead the development of a regional community of...

eHealth Cooperation Between Countries

Taking into account the work that is underway between the Ministry of Health of the Province of Mendoza, Argentina, and the Ministry of Health of Brazil on the creation of the Mendoza Telehealth Network, and within the framework of activities related KMC-led eHealth Strategy, coordinated by Myrna Marti, KMC Regional Advisor based in PAHO/WHO Argentina, a proposal for eHealth Cooperation Among Countries (TCC) is being developed. PAHO/WHO sponsors South-South Cooperation projects with this...

eHealth – Regional Initiatives all in One Place

Within the framework of PAHO/WHO's eHealth strategy, KMC is promoting a unique and inclusive space on regional initiatives in eHealth, located on our eHealth portal: http://www.paho.org/ict4health. In order to converge all the initiatives and communications into one integrated space, as well as to have a data repository that provides the user with information about what each country is developing, the eHealth registration form has been made available online. We invite you to complete it,...

PAHO/WHO Cuba – Experiences and Good Practices Developed at the Local Level: How to Systematize Them? A Methodological Proposal

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CHOLERANET4Haiti Network of Networks Launched

Some of the expectations for this project are: To share information and knowledge; To identify opportunities; To coordinate activities among partners; To keep our partners and the international community informed; To provide evidence-based information for decision makers; To connect people and institutions; To improve the knowledge at the community level. The email to be used is:...

PAHO Web 2.0 Model Continues to be Adopted

As we reach the end of 2010, PAHO's Web 2.0 model has been┬ adopted by 98% of the Organization's Country Offices, as well as by ┬ multiple programs and special initiatives. The end result is a greater degree of standardization across the almost 100 websites that have adopted the model, and a more solid corporate identity for the Organization Internet presence....