Capacity Building by HarnessingE-learning and Aggregation ofHIV/AIDS InformationPresented by:Allan TolloHead of I.C.T.Gert...
Problem   Nairobi has 4.5 million with 2.2 million    living in slums   Githogoro slum population of 17,000    (10,000 c...
Objectives Build Capacity through  virtual training Knowledge hub to  share information Real time Patient  information ...
How?   Knowledge Management System      Real time availability      Decision support system      Recommendation   E-L...
How?   Website      Exchange of information      Share success stories , experiences      Forums/blogs – educate   Vi...
Project Sustainability   Replication to other facilities   Use technologies   Champions   New requirements   Training...
Baseline Survey Level of computer literacy Infrastructure Availability of information Peer to peer consultation Mento...
Impact Detection of  missed  appointments  patients up by  200% CMEs increase  from once in two  months to every  week ...
Impact Completeness of information Files misplacement or loss 80 per  month Automated tools – BMI Reduced financial co...
Conclusion Technology helps in time and cost  reduction Simple training methods – big impact Increase in training numbe...
Asante Sana Thank You
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Allan Tollo - Gertrude’s Children, Kenya

  1. 1. Capacity Building by HarnessingE-learning and Aggregation ofHIV/AIDS InformationPresented by:Allan TolloHead of I.C.T.Gertrude’s Children’s Hospital
  2. 2. Problem Nairobi has 4.5 million with 2.2 million living in slums Githogoro slum population of 17,000 (10,000 children) and Nanyuki District Hospital (200 Kms away) Distance and time constraints Capacity building for 30 health workers Information Exchange
  3. 3. Objectives Build Capacity through virtual training Knowledge hub to share information Real time Patient information for evaluation and monitoring Implicit knowledge dissemination
  4. 4. How? Knowledge Management System  Real time availability  Decision support system  Recommendation E-Learning Module  Real time training  Peer to peer consultation  Reduced expense
  5. 5. How? Website  Exchange of information  Share success stories , experiences  Forums/blogs – educate Video Conference  Live interactions  Consultations
  6. 6. Project Sustainability Replication to other facilities Use technologies Champions New requirements Training/re-training
  7. 7. Baseline Survey Level of computer literacy Infrastructure Availability of information Peer to peer consultation Mentoring and coaching Patient Care
  8. 8. Impact Detection of missed appointments patients up by 200% CMEs increase from once in two months to every week Consultations every fortnight Mentoring and coaching two
  9. 9. Impact Completeness of information Files misplacement or loss 80 per month Automated tools – BMI Reduced financial costs
  10. 10. Conclusion Technology helps in time and cost reduction Simple training methods – big impact Increase in training numbers Positive tool in providing care
  11. 11. Asante Sana Thank You

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