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IAS 2013: 7 th IAS Conference on HIV Pathogenesis, Treatment and Prevention. Workshop MOWS02 Real-time Accessible Health Data: The Backbone of Programme Evaluation. Making the Most of Data: Real-Time Usage. Better data is better health

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Ias 2013 7 th ias conference on hiv pathogenesis treatment and prevention

IAS 2013: 7th IAS Conference on HIV Pathogenesis, Treatment and Prevention

Workshop MOWS02

Real-time Accessible Health Data: The Backbone of ProgrammeEvaluation


Making the most of data real time usage

Making the Most of Data: Real-Time Usage

  • Better data is better health

    • Health data is the basis of rational public health decision making

  • Health information is increasingly stored electronically

    • Electronic medical records, public health registries

  • Electronic data has to potential to catalyze better decisions

    • But this potential has not been fully exploited in public health response to HIV/AIDS


The data lifecycle where are the barriers

The Data Lifecycle: Where are the Barriers?


Session overview presentations

Session Overview: Presentations

  • Four facilitators will present examples of real world data usage in real time (20 minutes each)

    • Bruce Agins (United States / Haiti)

      • Director, Health Qual International

    • SarawutBoonsuk (Thailand)

      • Chief of Maternal and Child Health , Ministry of Health

    • Edris Mohamed Seid (Rwanda)

      • Quality Improvement Specialist, Ministry of Health

    • ManyaMagnus (United States)

      • Associate Professor at George Washington University


Session overview dialogue and exchange

Session Overview: Dialogue and Exchange

  • Dialogue in small groups

    • Develop a strategy for using health information in real time

    • Design an evaluation

    • Report back to the workshop attendees on your program

  • Audience participants undoubtedly have experiences

    • We want to hear about them!

  • Notes of the discussion

    • Foster longer term dialogue and even collaborations


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