Monthly Meetings

The Global Digital Health Network holds regular meetings–both in-person and virtual–each month to discuss promising approaches, challenges and lessons learned, where invited speakers present on topics of interest to the group. The Network also hosts deep dives to further explore important topics in a hands-on context. Presentation slides and meeting recaps are shared on the Network listserv so members are informed of both the presentation topics and discussion among participants.

Slides and Recording of March Monthly Meeting

On March 24, 2021, the Global Digital Health Network convened for it’s March monthly meeting on the topic “Can Digitally Enabled FP/RMNACH Approaches Improve Health Outcomes?” hosted by Intrahealth International. How to increase family planning use, basic health screening for women, or antenatal and postnatal care adoption? These are core questions for many FP and […]

Slides and Recording for February Monthly Meeting: Digital Tools for Pharmaceutical Systems

On February 24th, the Global Digital Health Network convened virtually for another monthly webinar hosted by MSH. The discussion focused on Digital Tools for Pharmaceutical Systems. Pharmaceutical systems depend on efficient and reliable information tools, data governance, and data analytics systems to ensure sustainable access to and appropriate use of safe, effective, quality assured, and […]

Slides and Recording: February 2021 Monthly Meeting

On February 4th, the Global Digital Health Network convened virtually for the Network’s monthly webinar hosted by Pathfinder International. The discussion focused on Preparing for the next pandemic: Leveraging digital technologies for service delivery. In this presentation, representatives from Pathfinder International’s India and Mozambique offices described how they made changes to project implementation to maintain […]

Meet the 2020 Global Digital Health Network Fellows

We are excited to announce the 2020 Global Digital Health Network academic year fellows. The fellowship aims to offer an inspiring environment for valuable hands-on experience while supporting the operations of the Network. Elizabeth Oseku will support the project management function and Anne Nattembo will support the communications function. Learn more about their backgrounds below […]

GDHN Deep Dive on Gender

As research and the current global pandemic is showing, gender equity is important for global health including the digital health sector. While there are disproportionately more female public health practitioners and frontline health workers, we see stark imbalances in global health as well as digital health leadership and representation in software development roles in digital […]

GDHN September 2020 Monthly Meeting – From Data to Insight: Applying Data Science to Global Public Health

Please register for the GDHN September webinar, hosted by PATH, From Data to Insight: Applying Data Science to Global Public Health. The webinar will be held on September 24, 2020 at 7-8:20am PT / 10-11:20am ET / 7:30-8:50pm IST. Registration for the webinar is now open at https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_kmSg3wTuS6WdN6hIUAQTmA. From Data to Insight: Applying Data Science […]

Slides and Recording: August 2020 Monthly Meeting

On August 18th, the Global Digital Health Network convened virtually for the Network’s monthly webinar, a discussion focused on “Built to Last: the Making of Sustainable Human Resources for Digital Health”. As more countries develop and implement digital health strategies and digital technologies, the challenge of growing and maintaining sustainable capacity to adapt and manage […]

GDHN August 2020 Monthly Meeting – Built to Last: the Making of Sustainable Human Resources for Digital Health

Please register for the Global Digital Health Network’s August Monthly Meeting – “Built to Last: the Making of Sustainable Human Resources for Digital Health” – hosted by HELINA (KeHIA, UgHIA, GHIA) and Electronic Health Solutions (EHS). The online webinar will be held on Tuesday August 18th from 8am – 9:30am EDT / 12pm – 1:30pm […]