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In this section you can find information about available capacity building activities on COVID-19, population health and health information. These include capacity building activities of PHIRI as well as other International Health Information Organizations and Institutions.

Monitoring COVID-19 related changes in mental health in Europe

Type of settings
On-line
Category of capacity building activity
Seminar/Webinar
Activity Description

In the framework of PHIRI, different European countries are conducting research through a used case on the COVID-19 related changes in population mental health analyzing register data.

Topics
Health status » Morbidity/disability » Non-communicable diseases » Mental diseases ;
Health status » Morbidity/disability » Communicable diseases » Covid-19

The contribution of labour market to health workforce policy development

Type of settings
On-line
Category of capacity building activity
Seminar/Webinar
Activity Description

Health labour market analysis (HLMA) is a tool to better understand the dynamics of factors driving health worker shortages and surpluses, geographical imbalances, and suboptimal performance.

Topics
Health systems » Health resources and activities » Health employment and education » Workforce other ;
Policy

Qualitative Research: Tools for Understanding Community Needs and Amplifying Voices

Type of settings
On-line
Category of capacity building activity
Seminar/Webinar
Activity Description

This webinar is aimed at exposing the European public health epidemiology community to innovative and traditional methods in qualitative data collection, report generation, dissemination and publication in multidisciplinary contexts.

Topics
Unclassified

Healthcare workers walking the trans-sectoral health and social care walk: how to improve integration?

Type of settings
On-line
Category of capacity building activity
Seminar/Webinar
Activity Description

Poorly integrated health and social care services and a lack of trans-sectoral coordination models are major health system problems. Many healthcare workers are faced with the challenges of closing existing institutional gaps and mitigating policy failures in their day-to-day practices.

Topics
Health systems » Health resources and activities » Health employment and education » Workforce other ;
Policy

Building capacity for environmental health and climate action: engaging healthcare workers

Type of settings
On-line
Category of capacity building activity
Seminar/Webinar
Activity Description

The healthcare workforce plays an important role in environmental health and climate protection for two reasons. Healthcare workers themselves are in need of protection.

Topics
Health systems » Health resources and activities » Health employment and education » Workforce other ;
Policy

'State of Shock': the role of workforce planning in responding to shocks in demand for health and care (Part 2)

Type of settings
On-line
Category of capacity building activity
Seminar/Webinar
Activity Description

WHO and Health Education England (HEE) are working in collaboration internationally, to develop the next generation of Human Resources for Health (HRH) system leaders. The desire is to create a lasting impact in strengthening health systems in partner countries.

Topics
Health status » Morbidity/disability » Communicable diseases » Covid-19 ;
Health systems » Health resources and activities » Health employment and education » Workforce other ;
Policy

Primary health care measurement framework and indicators: monitoring health systems through a primary health care lens

Type of settings
On-line
Category of capacity building activity
Seminar/Webinar
Activity Description

To continuously strengthen primary health care, countries must be able to assess how decisions, actions and investments are addressing the broader determinants of health while improving service coverage, financial risk protection, and ultimately the health of individuals and populations. 

Topics
Health systems » Health system performance » Quality » Care ;
Policy ;
Determinants of health

COVID-19 Research and Innovation: Powering the world’s pandemic response – now and in the future

Type of settings
On-line
Category of capacity building activity
Seminar/Webinar
Activity Description

WHO hosted the 3rd COVID- 19 Global research and innovation forum, 24-25  February, 2022 between 13:00 - 18:00 (on both days) Central European Time (CET). For this, a background document was prepared as an updated report from the previous Achievements report released in April 2021.

Topics
Health status » Morbidity/disability » Communicable diseases » Food and water borne ;
Health systems » Health resources and activities » Physical and technical resources » Medical technology ;
Policy » Response Plan

What recent evidence do we have that omicron is evading immunity and what are the implications?

Type of settings
On-line
Category of capacity building activity
Seminar/Webinar
Activity Description

In continuation to the scientific discussions on COVID-19 vaccines research, WHO R&D Blueprint organized a follow-up consultation to review emerging data related to the omicron variant.

Topics
Health status » Morbidity/disability » Communicable diseases » Covid-19 ;
Health systems » Health system performance » Quality » Vaccination coverage ;
Policy » Response Plan