A multicountry user experience analysis of e-TB Manager and an in-depth study in Ukraine were published. However, the procedural aspects of e-TB Manager implementation in each country were not documented. While facilitators and barriers for eHealth implementation in resource-constrained settings are well known, the objective of this paper is to summarize the tailored implementation approaches given local context, which is a crucial consideration. The paper summarizes the key lessons learned and implications for other electronic health information systems.
Technical Assistance for the Reform of Pharmaceutical Supply Management Curriculum at the Hanoi University of Pharmacy in Vietnam
Hanoi University of Pharmacy (HUP) has initiated a process of reforming their undergraduate and postgraduate curricula to ensure appropriate coverage of PSM elements in their pharmacy training course. With support from PEPFAR and USAID, SIAPS Program is assisting the HUP to facilitate this process.
Preservice Curriculum Reform on Pharmaceutical Supply Management at the Hanoi University of Pharmacy: Technical Assistance for Curriculum Review and Competency Assessment
Preservice curriculum reform followed by sound implementation is a cost-effective and sustainable intervention that leads to broader health system strengthening. Effective preservice training reduces the need for future large-scale and expensive in-service trainings. The Hanoi University of Pharmacy (HUP) in Vietnam is currently reforming their preservice curriculum on pharmaceutical supply management. A systematic process is being adopted to ensure that the resulting curriculum is tailored to suit Vietnam’s specific needs.
- Using Support Supervisory Visits for Monitoring and Mentorship for Pharmaceutical Services Delivery in Namibia
SIAPS has supported the Division: Pharmaceutical Services to conduct support supervisory visit (SSVs) to monitor and assess progress of the […]
SIAPS helped improve pharmaceutical product quality by building the capacity of the Namibia Medicines Regulatory Council (NMRC) to review medicine […]
The purpose, objectives, and activities of this program are designed to reflect the Government of Sierra Leone’s Health Sector Recovery […]