Introduction to Geospatial Data Management and Technologies for Malaria Programs

These are the training materials used during the training workshop on the Introduction to Geospatial Data Management and Technologies for Malaria Programs to strengthen Malaria programs’ technical skills and practices to manage and use geospatial data and technologies. It was held on 25-28 March 2019 in Manila, Philippines and made possible through the collaboration of London…

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Impact of geographic accessibility on utilization of the annual health check-ups by income level in Japan: A multilevel analysis

This study aims to reveal whether an income-dependent difference in the impact of geographic accessibility on the utilization of government-led annual health check-ups exists. This is because although both geographic accessibility and socioeconomic status have been indicated as being important factors for the utilization of health care services, their combined effect has not been evaluated….

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Common Geo-registry Assessment Tool

Assessment tool developed based on the requirements listed in the Guidance on the establishment of a common geo-registry for the simultaneous hosting, maintenance, update, and sharing of master lists, geographic relationships, and associated data/information for the geographic objects core to public health. (The Guidance is accessible from: https://healthgeolab.net/DOCUMENTS/Guidance_Common_Geo-registry_Ve1.pdf)

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State of the Pacific’s RMNCAH Workforce Report 2019

This report looks into the reproductive, maternal, newborn, child, and adolescent health (RMNCAH) of 15 countries in the Pacific Region particularly the availability, accessibility, acceptability, and quality of RMNCAH to determine if the health system and its workforce are providing effective coverage. To determine the geographical accessibility of the RMNCAH workforce, an accessibility analysis was…

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