EIR or IIS – How to Select the Best Digital Immunisation System for your Country Context

September 27, 2022 - November 1, 2022

This webinar series presents the leading Electronic Immunization Registries (EIR) and Immunization Information Systems (IIS) software and service options that are currently deployed in the field. It also explores how to select, procure, and implement a robust EIR/IIS. ​This includes examining the different functionalities in order to aid the selection of the right system to support both COVID-19 vaccination and Routine Immunization (RI).

Interpretation in French and Spanish will be available for all sessions.

  • Session 1: IIS and EIR – An Introduction to Immunization Systems & Mapping Functionalities for System Selection
    27 Sep 2022 – 3pm CEST
  • Session 2: Overview of SanteIMZ as an EIR/IIS and country use case
    04 Oct 2022 – 3pm CEST
  • Session 3: Overview of CommCare as an EIR/IIS – The Jamaica use case
    11 Oct 2022 – 3pm CEST
  • Session 4: Overview of Tamanu as an EIR/IIS and country use case
    18 Oct 2022 – 3pm CEST
  • Session 5: Overview of DHIS2 Tracker as an EIR/IIS and country use case
    25 Oct 2022 – 3pm CEST
  • Session 6: Overview of OpenSRP as an EIR/IIS and country use case
    01 Nov 2022 – 3pm CET

Register for one or more of the webinar sessions here.

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