1Management Sciences for Health
Strengthening Leadership and Management in Health:
Increasing Reach viaVirtual Programs
2Management Sciences for Health
Presentation Outline
1. Introduction to MSH Virtual Programs
2. How they work
3. Results a...
3Management Sciences for Health
Virtual Management and Leadership Programs
Virtual Learning Programs:
• Leadership Develop...
4Management Sciences for Health
Reaching a Wider Group of Managers
47 Virtual Programs: 3,500+ participants, 68 countries,...
5Management Sciences for Health
The Virtual Leadership Development Program
6Management Sciences for Health
Team-based, blended learning
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Practical application of concepts and skills
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Discussion and exchange
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Results: VLDP
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Results: VLDP
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Results: VLDP
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Lessons Learned
Achieve results in places
with limited internet
access
Facilitation is ke...
13Management Sciences for Health
Questions?
Thank you!
For more information, please contact:
Karen Sherk Chio, kchio@msh.o...
14Management Sciences for Health
For more information, please contact:
Karen Sherk Chio, kchio@msh.org
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  • Outline of presentation
  • Explain suite of 6 programs: USAID funding, getting funding from Ford, OECS
    Our curricula are tailored to specific programmatic topics such as family planning and reproductive health, contraceptive security, HIV and human resources. While participating teams acquire and strengthen their m & l competencies, they are simultaneously addressing and resolving key challenges facing their everyday work.
  • All Virtual programs: 47
    Countries: 68
    Participants: 3505
    Teams: 452
     
    Total VLDPs: 33
    Countries: 59
    Participants: 2710
    Teams: 351
     
  • Objective: to strengthen the leadership capacity of teams of health professionals to identify and address real organizational challenges and achieve improved
    organizational and health outcomes
    Explain 7 modules, combo of individual and teamwork
  • One team that participated from Zambia worked to address the challenge of integrating MC into VCT. At follow-up, the team had integrated MC into VCT sites and had performed 300+ MCs.
  • One team that participated from El Salvador and worked to address the challenge of securing funding for RH in 640 rural districts. At follow-up, the team had secured $1000/district for a total of $640,000.
  • One team that participated from Belarus worked on the challenge of improving treatment of MDR TB. At follow-up, the team increased the # of patients receiving this treatment by 21%.
  • Virtual is a vehicle for scaling-up proven approaches to achieve results even in places with limited internet access
  • Distance Learning for Health Workshop: Programmes of Training for Health Managers and Medical Educators - Karen Chio

    1. 1. 1Management Sciences for Health Strengthening Leadership and Management in Health: Increasing Reach viaVirtual Programs
    2. 2. 2Management Sciences for Health Presentation Outline 1. Introduction to MSH Virtual Programs 2. How they work 3. Results achieved
    3. 3. 3Management Sciences for Health Virtual Management and Leadership Programs Virtual Learning Programs: • Leadership Development • Strategic Planning • Business Planning • Human Resource Management • CSO Board Governance • Fostering Change
    4. 4. 4Management Sciences for Health Reaching a Wider Group of Managers 47 Virtual Programs: 3,500+ participants, 68 countries, 2002-2010
    5. 5. 5Management Sciences for Health The Virtual Leadership Development Program
    6. 6. 6Management Sciences for Health Team-based, blended learning
    7. 7. 7Management Sciences for Health Practical application of concepts and skills
    8. 8. 8Management Sciences for Health Discussion and exchange
    9. 9. 9Management Sciences for Health Results: VLDP
    10. 10. 10Management Sciences for Health Results: VLDP
    11. 11. 11Management Sciences for Health Results: VLDP
    12. 12. 12Management Sciences for Health Lessons Learned Achieve results in places with limited internet access Facilitation is key Follow-up and support: critical and challenging
    13. 13. 13Management Sciences for Health Questions? Thank you! For more information, please contact: Karen Sherk Chio, kchio@msh.org
    14. 14. 14Management Sciences for Health For more information, please contact: Karen Sherk Chio, kchio@msh.org

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