Sign Up for an Upcoming 4-part Training Course on Enhancing Skills in Immunization Planning, Implementation and Monitoring

Join Boost Community and JSI | John Snow, Inc. for a 4-part training course designed for sub-national and national immunization professions, focused on enhancing skills in immunization planning, implementation and monitoring!

This course will introduce tools and processes to improve facility and district-level implementation of the Reaching Every District strategy. The course highlights recent lessons learned from the implementation of the Reaching Every District using Quality Improvement (RED-QI) approach in Ethiopia and Uganda.

The 4-part training course includes:
Session 1: Overview and introduction to the RED-QI approach
Session 2: Using quality improvement tools to enhance immunization microplanning
Session 3: Engaging non-health stakeholders to improve the planning, implementation, resourcing and monitoring of immunization services
Session 4: Improve the way you problem-solve: an introduction to the fishbone analysis tool and the Plan-Do-Study-Act (PDSA) cycle

This course will run from 4-25 August, 2021, and session will be held every Wednesday at 1:00 pm GMT. No prior knowledge of RED-QI required! To learn more and save your seat, fill out this brief application form: https://boost-community.typeform.com/to/YS612dEw

DEADLINE TO REGISTER IS MONDAY, AUGUST 2!

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