Tag Archives: Tanzania

HealthEnabled – Country Dashboards

This notification came thanks to HIFA and Peter Benjamin HealthEnabled, Cape Town, South Africa. HealthEnabled has put together, through the HealthE Africa initiative (with support from K4Health), nine country dashboards on digital health. The initiative features nine Sub-Saharan African countries: Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, … Continue reading

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Health Science Librarianship: South Africa, Tanzania and Zimbabwe

An article ” International Trends in health Science Librarianship : South Africa, Tanzania and Zimbabwe ”  by N. Tshuma et al was published in a recent issue of Health Information and Libraries Journal. It features the transformations, challenges and support … Continue reading

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ICTs and access to health information – AHILA Congress 2014

Dr. Maria’s keynote address encompassed the main themes of the Congress and AHILA’s role in accommodating the huge changes that have taken place over the thirty years of its existence – both the benefits and the challenges. These themes were … Continue reading

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Anglo-Tanzanian Partnership: Enhancing Public Access to Health Information

The two Commonwealth Professional Fellows from Tanzania hosted by Partnerships in Health Information ( Phi ) with trustee Lucy Reid ( South London and Maudesley NHS Foundation Trust ) arrived safely on Sunday 11 May. Their programme is now well … Continue reading

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AHILA Congress : Deadline for Abstracts Extended

The deadline for submission of abstracts for the 14th Congress of AHILA/ AIBSA has been extended to 31 May 2014. The event will take place in 2014 at Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania, 20th-24th October 2014. The main theme is on … Continue reading

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Deadline extended for AHILA 14 Call for Abstracts

The deadline for the submission of abstracts for the 14th Congress of AHILA/ AIBSA has been extended to 1 May 2014. The event will take place in 2014 at Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania from 20th -24th October, 2014. The main … Continue reading

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Library Curriculum Review

INASP ( The International Network for the Availability of Scientific Publications ) and the University of Dar es Salaam, United Republic of Tanzania, are holding a workshop : Library and Information Science Postgraduate Curriculum Review from 25 February to 27 … Continue reading

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Book Aid International is 60

Book Aid International celebrates its 60th birthday this year. Look at its website to see Issue 17 of Booklinks ( July 2013 ) now online. It features how Book Aid International is helping to create accessible hospital libraries in rural … Continue reading

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BookLinks

Time to take a look at the Book Aid International website again and check out their newsletter for librarians ? This is BookLinks and it can be accessed by clicking first on ” Our Work ” and then on ” … Continue reading

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14th Biennial Congress of the Association for Health Information and Libraries in Africa

The 14th Congress of AHILA/ AIBSA will take place in 2014 at Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania from 20th -24th October, 2014. The main theme is on: ICTs, Access to Health Information and Knowledge: building strong knowledge societies for sustainable development in … Continue reading

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