The Health Academy aims to improve knowledge about good health through the use of eLearning. In particular, it targets school-age children aged 12-18 through multi-media presentation of its health content.
A platform to support the development of Human Resources for Health in Portuguese-speaking countries facilitating collaboration among institutions, delivering health information and promoting capacity building.
The two Millennium Development Goals on improving the health of women and children are in urgent need of innovative and strategic actions, supported by political will and resources for greater impact. The use of ICT is critical in this effort.
The Compendium series identifies innovative technologies (medical devices and eHealth solutions) designed to improve health outcomes and quality of life, through a yearly call for submission of solutions for low-income country settings.
The upcoming online collection will comprise best practices, eHealth tools and standards, publications, eLearning training materials and national eHealth policies, to support countries in their eHealth planning and implementation.
eHealth Governance is concerned with eHealth services and the health Internet, which are changing the context of health information privacy, security and safety in the networked world.
The adoption of eHealth standards is critical to the implementation of health care information systems, promoting interoperability and enabling the effective, consistent, and accurate exchange of data.