eHealth4everyone is passionate about connecting people through health data. We have created communities for peer-to-peer information sharing; networking with experts in the public health field; accessing health data to guide research and decision making, and more.
Our communities are very inclusive and can accommodate everyone; from students carrying out health research, to organizations implementing public health interventions.
Why you should join a community
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Follow up with a particular topic of interest and get notified once there is more information about it.
You can engage with various experts and partake in discussions pertaining to a specific area/topic you are interested in.
The blog is supported by the Healththink dashboard which gives you additional data to work with if you want to dive deeper into a particular topic.
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The HealthThink blog community was developed to tackle the challenges faced with accessibility and availability of data in the country. It is a community focused on providing analysed data, by collating and simplifying health data for individuals and organizations. It offers several features like infographics, dashboards, the option to either request or submit data, among others.
The blog also goes beyond analysing health data, by presenting story plots that are captivating, easy to interpret and thus, ensuring the general public’s inclusion in the utilization of health data.
Africa’s public Health Network
Africa’s Public Health Network (APHeN) is a virtual community for public health experts & enthusiasts to promote discourse on open data and establish a data driven public health system in Africa. It includes a variety of alerts such as: Job vacancies; Health conferences or public health events; workshops and training opportunities for all members to benefit from. In addition, discussions can be ordered or tagged according to their program areas or common themes, for quick access. Lastly, APHeN also boasts of a feature for requesting and/or sharing health data to put all collected data to good use.