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LeaderNet Seminar: Monitoring and Evaluating Knowledge Management in Global Health Programs

From the Global Health Knowledge Collaborative [GHKC]

Please join us for an upcoming LeaderNet seminar on the topic of Monitoring and Evaluating Knowledge Management in Global Health Programs. (https://leadernet.org/groups/seminar/me-for-km-programs-seminar-september-17-18/)

Routinely using Knowledge Management (KM) approaches can energize staff, increase effectiveness, support improved programs, and contribute to better health outcomes. As we plan for the use of KM in global health and development, our need to monitor and evaluate its effectiveness grows. The Guide to Monitoring and Evaluating Knowledge Management in Global Health Programs (a GHKC product) introduces a new KM model for global health, as well as an adaptable set of indicators to help evaluate whether KM projects, activities, and tools are effective at supporting global health and development efforts.

Objectives of the Seminar:

  • Identify relevant indicators to measure KM activities
  • Become familiar with the contents of The Guide to Monitoring and Evaluating Knowledge Management in Global Health Programs

The seminar facilitators and moderators are Saori OhkubuSarah Harlan and Liz McLean.

We hope you can join the seminar! Please share this announcement with interested colleagues as well.

Best,

Sarah

Sarah V. Harlan, MPH  | Learning Director | Knowledge for Health (K4Health)

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Center for Communication Programs (JHU∙CCP)
sarah.harlan@jhu.edu | www.k4health.org | 919-599-7315 | Skype: sarah_harlan | @K4Health

K4Health JHU-CCP

 

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