This category is include only CPD course 

Continuing education unit: 1

The purpose of this course is to give health care worker (Nurse, Midwifery, Medical laboratory, Health Officers and Medical Doctors) an overview of the prevention and control malaria in pregnancy (MIP).

Continuing education unit: 5
District Health Information Software (DHIS2) is a digital health management information system (HMIS) for the collection and storage, validation, analysis, and presentation of routine data and events for health information management activities. In 2017, Ethiopia selected DHIS2 as its national electronic HMIS platform, and in the intervening years it has replaced multiple legacy systems with a national-scale rollout of DHIS2. DHIS2 is currently deployed in over 4,000 facilities (woredas, hospitals, and health centers) with the goal that the software will be used nationwide so that quality data can be used at all levels for necessary decision making. This training is designed to equip you with the basic skill that will be required to implement DHIS2. Upon successful completion, you will be awarded a certificate. We hope you will enjoy taking this course. If you have questions, comments or suggestion you can contact us through the email addresses or phone numbers below. Training website support: elearning@jsi.com DHIS2 content questions: DHIS2 website support:
Continuing education unit: 10
Dagu 2.0 Training Dagu 2.0 is an inventory management system designed to manage daily transactions at service delivery points. It provides a systematic recordkeeping system for managing health commodities and facilitates the use of standard operating logistics procedures including: issue and receipts, ‘first to expire, first out’ (FEFO), and batch/expiry tracking. It also helps store and generate timely stock reports for decision-making. Dagu 2.0 is the online version of Dagu that is being scaled up across the country as health facilities train staff and switch to the online platform. This training is designed to equip you with the basic skill that will be required at health facilities to implement Dagu 2.0. Upon successful completion, you will be awarded a certificate. We hope you will enjoy taking this course. If you have questions, comments or suggestion you can contact us through the email addresses or phone numbers below. Training website support: elearning@jsi.com Dagu 2.0 content questions: Dagu 2.0 website support:

The integrated pharmaceutical logistics system (IPLS) is a single pharmaceutical reporting and distribution system designed to respond to the pharmaceutical needs of the Ethiopian public health care system. It aims to ensure that patients always get the pharmaceuticals they need. The IPLS integrates the management of essential pharmaceuticals including pharmaceuticals that were being managed vertically by different programs. This includes HIV/AIDS, Malaria, TB and Leprosy, Maternal Health Commodities, Child Health Commodities, test kits, etc. Currently, IPLS is being implemented almost at every hospital and health center in the country and is also expanding to the new health facilities; as such, the demand for IPLS trained professionals at health facilities is growing. This training is designed to equip you with the basic skill that will be required at health facilities to implement the integrated pharmaceutical logistics system. Upon successful completion, you will be awarded a certificate.

A Health Management information system (HMIS), is a system based on routinely collected health data that are aggregated, analyzed, presented and used by health workers, managers, planners, policy makers and other stakeholders to make informed decisions. The HMIS core concepts modules aims to equip the workforce of the national health information system of the Ministry of Health of Ethiopia and higher education with knowledge and skills necessary to implement the national health information system. These include to understand the link between the health system and the health information system, select appropriate data sources for data collection and reporting, follow established data recording and reporting procedures, adhere to data management standards, and calculate and report on HMIS indicators. It also aims to maintain data quality standards, use data quality assessment techniques, interpret, present, and communicate data for use in decision making, create a demand for data and foster a culture of information use, and promote good governance of the HMIS.
Continuing education unit: 10
Electronic Community Health Information System (eCHIS) is a mobile application, which functions as a data collection and reporting tool, providing data to decision-makers on community health status in an effort to improve service delivery. It also serves as a job aid, designed to improve quality of care and support longitudinal client tracking and referrals. This course covers basic information on how to use the eCHIS app as well as how to provide information technology, or IT, support to its users.
EPHCG online learning offers a comprehensive, integrated approach to primary care for adults and children over the age 5 years that includes 98 common adult symptoms, 37 common child symptoms, and more than 25 chronic conditions. It guides the clinician to assess a patient's symptoms, make a diagnosis and devise a management plan, and deliver routine care for one or more chronic conditions.
Continuing education unit: 15