Guidebooks

How to Hold a Successful Share Fair (2nd Ed.)

This 40-page guide, developed in 2016, is a reference tool for those who wish to bring together a group of people to share what they know, strengthen and support each other’s knowledge management capacity, and create a forum for learning about and adapting knowledge management strategies and tools. The guide offers a simple and effective approach to organizing a knowledge share fair. The approach will help you:

How to Hold a Successful Share Fair (2nd Ed.)

This 40-page guide is a reference tool for public health or international development professionals who wish to bring together a group of people to share what they know, strengthen and support each other’s knowledge management capacity, and create a forum for learning about and adapting knowledge management strategies and tools. The guide offers a simple and effective approach to organizing a knowledge share fair. The approach will help you:

The Knowledge Management Training Package for Global Health Programs: Quick-Start Guide for Trainers

Read this guide first to get a succinct overview of what is included in the Knowledge Management (KM) Training Package for Global Health Programs, and how to use the KM Training Package to design a training workshop to help improve your global health program. The 8-page guide provides a brief overview of KM and of the Knowledge Management Road Map--the 5-step systematic process for generating, collecting, analyzing, synthesizing, and sharing knowledge that the KM Training Package is grounded in.

Conducting Health Information Needs Assessments

The Knowledge for Health (K4Health) project developed this guide in order to walk others through the process of assessing information needs among individuals working at different levels of the health system; to share lessons learned and tips for various methodologies; and to provide tools that can be used or adapted in future assessments.

K4Health Blended Learning Guide

The objective of this Blended Learning Guide is to help address questions about how to incorporate eLearning into capacity-building activities by explaining how Global Health eLearning (GHeL) courses can be combined with other learning activities to increase application of new knowledge in the workplace. Practical examples of how to do so are included for trainers and individual learners.

Content Adaptation Guidebook

The Knowledge for Health (K4Health) project developed this adaptation guide to expand the reach, usefulness, and use of evidence-based global health content, specifically as it relates to family planning. It is intended for use by program managers and implementers working in the health and development sectors who are interested in taking advantage of openly accessible health content—without having to develop content from scratch—to better serve their clients and communities.

Monitoring and Evaluating Knowledge Management in Global Health Programs

Knowledge management (KM) is a growing strategic area in the field of global health and development. Over the past 15 years, global health professionals have come to recognize the value of KM as an approach to better share and apply knowledge and expertise at global and local levels to improve health.

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