Monthly Archives: April 2015

Technology for effective partnership collaboration

Tropical Health & Education Trust (THET) has developed a guide that identifies online and electronic tools that can help partnerships collaborate more effectively. The guide can improve your partnership’s effectiveness in: • communicating with your team • communicating and working whilst … Continue reading

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Evidence-informed policy making course in Ghana

Members of INASP’s evidence-informed policy making (EIPM) team are currently working with partners in Accra, Ghana as part of the VakaYiko consortium to deliver the pilot of a newly developed EIPM course. This week has seen the team carry out a … Continue reading

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WHO Launches the WHO Global Medicines Safety Database

This announcement is taken from HIFA: Healthcare Information For All: WHO Launches Open Access to the WHO Global Medicines Safety Database Pharmacovigilance, or drug safety, is the primary method used to identify hazards associated with medicinal products and with minimizing … Continue reading

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IFLA grants for Francophone countries

Le Comité Français International Bibliothèques et Documentations offre un maximum de 10 bourses pour la conférence IFLA au Cap. Date limite de dépôt des candidatures le 24 avril The Comité Français International Bibliothèques et Documentations is offering a maximum of … Continue reading

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COMMONWEALTH SCHOLARSHIPS 2015 PRESS ADVERT COMMONWEALTH SCHOLARSHIPS 2015 The UK Commonwealth Scholarship Commission is sponsoring 10 Scholarships for the UK Open University Master of Science in Development Management.  This is a three year distance learning course, which commences in November … Continue reading

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Google to put health information directly into search results

Google is changing the way it displays search queries to pull medical facts directly into its results. The medical information is being added to the company’s Knowledge Graph, which underpins Google’s instant search results and powers Google’s Now personal assistant and … Continue reading

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