Join us for a two-day virtual training on DHIS2 Event & Tracker Analytics!
Today, DHIS2 is the world's largest Health Information Management System platform, in use by ministries of health in 72 low and middle-income countries. 2.3 billion people live in countries where DHIS2 is used (30% of the world's population).
Over recent years, the tracker data model has become a major focus of DHIS2 development, as there has been an increase in interest in collecting and using patient-level data. Are you considering using DHIS2 for Event and Tracker Programs and want to know more about how to view data using the apps that support their data visualization? Do you already have data in your DHIS2 instance that is collected using Event or Tracker Programs and you want to have a better understanding of the robust visualization features for these programs?
If you answered yes, then you won´t want to miss this DHIS2 virtual training course. With a mix of presentations, demonstrations, and hands on exercises, you will gain a deeper understanding of the comprehensive and powerful capabilities of event and tracker analytics supported in DHIS2 and how you can apply these capabilities to your own DHIS2 instance.
In this virtual training course, you will learn how to use native DHIS2 apps to visualize event and tracker data using the Event Reports, Event Visualizer, Maps, and Data Visualizer applications. Along the way, you will be taught all of the options available for viewing the data to suit your specific needs.
The DHIS2 Tracker and Event Analytics training, hosted by BAO Systems, has been designed to accommodate participation from low- and middle-income countries by removing significant barriers that restrict participation at traditional events, such as travel and cost barriers. This course will be taught by highly experienced DHIS2 experts who will be able to answer any question you may have.
The course takes place from October 14-15, 2020, from 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM EST.
Basic familiarity with DHIS2 is desirable but not essential
This course is aimed at any user wanting to learn more about DHIS2 analytics for the individual event and tracker based model of DHIS2 to gain experience viewing data for programmatic decision making, reporting, and analysis. Target audience groups include, but are not limited to program managers, M&E staff, and donors.