Tag Archives: Capacity building

MORE THAN THIS? Getting more bang from your buck for training

How to get more bang for your buck with one-time training programs   We know that one-time training courses are seldom sufficient to build workplace knowledge and skills. People get trained and then return to their workplaces and often don’t get a chance to use the skills they learned, don’t have the confidence or authority […]

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Building the Nursing Cadre: The Promise of M-Learning

Nurses are one of the key building blocks of the health system; and comprise roughly 30% of the health workforce.[1] Tackling any health challenge and achieving the Millennium Development Goals is impossible without nurses, and yet, like most health cadres in India they are in short supply. Despite their centrality to the health system, nurses […]

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Capacity Strengthening for Global Health: The CORE Group Spring Meeting, April 2013

The CORE Group Spring Meeting was held in Baltimore at the Holiday Harbor Inn. Returning after last year, the event felt more like a reunion than a conference – with familiar faces and a congenial ambience. The theme for this year was Capacity Strengthening for Global Health: Partnerships, Accountability, Integration, Learning. It was a challenge […]

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