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Tuesday, June 21 • 11:15 - 12:00
Tracker for clinical use and supervision (🌐 ENG- FR)

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Tracker is often used at the point of care in locations which have never had a digitized tool before. The global digital health community is developing norms and recommendations to guide the adoption and implementation of individual level systems in these environments. This session will look at Tracker in relation to WHOs Digital Adaption Kit for ANC, as well as guidance from the USAID CHISU project for supportive supervision.

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Nina Sophie Justnæs

University of Oslo/NIPH
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Leona Rosenblum

Deputy Director, Country Health Information Systems and Data Use Project
Leona is a global health professional with seven years of experience designing, implementing, and evaluating health programs. Leona’s areas of focus include the application of mobile technology to solve public health challenges in maternal and child health, immunization, HIV/AIDS... Read More →
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Brian O'Donnell

DHIS2 Implementer, Global Health Content & Standards team, University of Oslo
Brian is a technical DHIS2 implementation adviser at the University of Oslo, where he primarily works on the Global Health Content and Standards team to configure DHIS2 metadata packages, such as HIV case surveillance, electronic immunization registries, and non-communicable diseases... Read More →
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Mike Frost

Tracker, University of Oslo
I am a senior advisor at the University of Oslo, working as the product manager for Tracker. My key interest is the collection and use of individual data, as close as possible to the point where these data are generated. I believe this is vital for achieving the SDGs and key health... Read More →
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Kim Frost

University of Oslo

Tuesday June 21, 2022 11:15 - 12:00 CEST
Auditorium 1 - Vilhelm Bjerknes’ hus