LNCT Webinar: Training Health Workers Virtually During COVID-19 – Lessons from Angola and India

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Learning about other LNCT countries’ experiences implementing virtual trainings for health workers during COVID-19.

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If you’re considering conducting virtual trainings for health workers in you country, review this webinar to find out about the challenges, considerations, lessons learned, and main outcomes from other countries’ experiences.

OVERVIEW:

On Wednesday, January 27th, LNCT held a webinar on Training Health Workers Virtually During COVID-19 – Lessons from Angola and India. Participants heard about several recent virtual training experiences targeting health care workers, ranging from an in-depth technical training around health statistics and economics in Angola, to a cascaded new vaccine introduction training delivered through a combination of virtual and in-person platforms in India, to simple refresher immunization trainings using a mobile platform in India. As the world continues to grapple with COVID-19, it’s important to explore new modalities of training, including virtual formats. Find out about the challenges, considerations, lessons learned, and main outcomes of the virtual trainings by exploring the materials and recording from the webinar.

Speakers:

  • Dr. Cristiana Toscano, LNCT Technical Facilitator and Professor, Federal University of Goiás (UFG), Brazil
  • Dr. Michelle Quarti, Human Resource Capacity Building in Angola Project, Federal University of Goias
  • Dr. Veena Dhawan, Joint Commissioner (Immunization), MoHFW, India
  • Dr. Partha Ganguly, Project Director, JSI India
  • Dr. Danish Ahmed, National Professional Officer – Immunization, WH

Session Slides: English | Français | Português |

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