Data Demand and Use Training Resources
This guide aims to provide the conceptual basis for leading data use within an organization or program, or at the national, state, or district level of government.
This course aims to provide the conceptual basis for data use within an organization or program, or at the national, state, or district levels of government.
This training tool kit aims to increase the skills of M&E officers and health program staff to conduct basic data analysis and interpretation for health programs.
Integrating Data Demand and Use into a Monitoring and Evaluation Training Course: A Training Tool Kit
This training tool kit aims to guide monitoring and evaluation (M&E) workshop facilitators on how to integrate data demand and use concepts and tools into existing M&E training workshops by providing training slides, skill-building activities, and facilitator guidance.
This training tool kit aims to increase the skills and knowledge of pre-service nurses to use data in the monitoring and improvement of health services.
This course aims to assist researchers in bridging the research-to-practice gap, providing tips and tools that can be applied to the research process to improve data use.
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Data Demand and Use: An Introduction to Concepts and Tools (Online Course)
This course aims to provide the conceptual basis for data-informed decision making within an organization or program, or at the national, state, or district levels of government. Also included in the course are introductions to several tools created by MEASURE Evaluation to facilitate the use of data in decision making.
Data Use for Program Managers
The purpose of this course is to promote data use for evidence-based HIV/AIDS program planning and improvement.
The Data Demand and Use webinar series gives an overview of each training toolkit.