mHealth Knowledge connects you — global health professionals — to the people, products, and ideas that you need to do your mHealth work effectively. All records hyperlink to the original source. To find evidence-based digital health research, go to mHealth Evidence, part of the suite of resources available via mHealth Knowledge.
- Registration is open for the The Global Digital Health Forum - taking place December 13th and 15th outside of Washington, DC.The third annual Global Digital Health Forum (formerly the Global mHealth Forum) brings together public and private sector organizations to share the latest evidence, experiences, and lessons learned on new applications and approaches in digital health. This two-day event is presented in partnership with the Global Digital Health Network and USAID and features speakers from Google, Facebook, Microsoft, QualComm Wireless Reach, the USAID Global Development Lab, The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and Merck as well as dozens of health implementation organizations and tech firms. Click here to see the full agenda and follow the converation on Twitter #GDHF2016 @The_GDHN.
- Making Content Meaningful:A Guide to Adapting Existing Global Health Content for Different Audiences
- Furthering the knowledge base: mHealthKnowledge.org is the new home for the African Strategies for Health (ASH) Project's mHealth Compendium Database! More on the transition here.
- The Kowledge for Health (K4Health) Project has just published Senegal's Journey Toward an eHealth Strategy: Highlights from the Development Process. In 2014, the Senegal Ministry of Health and Social Action (MOHSA) began the development of a national eHealth strategy. This report documents the process of developing the Senegal eHealth Strategic Plan; compares the process to the steps in the WHO/ITU eHealth Strategy Toolkit; and shares successes and challenges encountered during the process, to inform the work of those involved in similar efforts.
- K4Health is happy to announce a new home for the archive of resources from the Mobile Alliance for Maternal Action (MAMA) Global Project. Click here to read the final blog from Kirsten L. Gagnaire. All tools, resources and reports produced by the project may be found here or via search.