Advancing Digital Solutions in Health: JSI at Africa Digital Health Summit

June 6th, 2024 | event

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With better access to digital solutions, actors at every level of a health system can make better decisions to build and strengthen health programs. From June 27–28, JSI will gather with partners in Lagos, Nigeria at the Africa Digital Health Summit to evaluate how we advance digital solutions in health to reach universal health coverage.

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Where to find us:

Thursday, June 27, 2024

Scientific Session 1: 8:00–10:30 a.m., Hall A

Assessing the Use of Digital Tools to Define Approaches to Reaching Zero-Dose and Under-Immunized Children in Jigawa State
Presenter: Kabir Ibrahim Aliyu

Scientific Session 2: 8:00–10:30 a.m., Hall B

Use of GIS Tools in the Deployment of Outreach and Mobile Immunization Services in Lagos State Slums
Presenter: Yakubu Cherima

Panel Discussion 1: 12:25–2:15 p.m., Hall A

Practical Applications of Gender in Health Information Systems and Digital Health
Presenter: Steve Ollis

Side Event Session: 3:00–4:30 p.m., Hall B

Putting People at the Center of Digital Transformation
Speakers: Steve Ollis, Amanuel Biru, Abiodun Hassan, Sa’adatu Ibrahim. Moderated by Miranda Buba Atare.

Scientific Session 4: 4:30–6:00 p.m., Hall A

An Assessment of Zero-Dose Children and Developing an Interactive Map-Based Application in Jigawa State, Nigeria
Presenter: Yakubu Cherima

Bridging Gender Gaps and Empowering Equity: Gender Integration in Burkina Faso and Kenya’s Digital Transformation
Presenter: Hellen Gatakaa

Scientific Session 6: 4:30–6:00 p.m., Hall C

Interoperability and Data Exchange: Experience with TB Data Quality in Nigeria
Presenter: Oluwaseun Bakare

Standards-Based Enterprise Interoperability: A Practical Approach to True Care Coordination
Presenter: Stephen Osewe

Friday, June 28, 2024

Scientific Session 7: 8:00–10:30 a.m., Hall A

Digital Approaches to Supportive Supervision: A Pathway to Improving Health Services and Data Use
Presenter: Christina Villella

Socioeconomic Conditions, Health Vulnerability, and Digital Mapping of Slum Areas: A Case Study of Lagos, Nigeria
Presenter: Yakubu Cherima

Scientific Session 8: 8:00–10:30 a.m., Hall B

Assessment of Population through Google: Building Footprints & Evaluation of Health Vulnerability via Nighttime Light and Access
Presenter: Mustapha Ibrahim

Scientific Session 9: 8:00–10:30 a.m., Hall C

One Health Information Assessment Tool
Presenter: Stephen Osewe

Data Inclusivity through a Community-Based System: Revolutionizing Community Service Provision and Last-Mile Data Collection
Presenters: Stephen Osewe and Eric Ejimba

Driving Data Use via Automated Malaria Bulletins in DHIS2
Presenter: Christina Villella

Digitizing Health Care Supply Chains: Transforming Systems for Enhanced Efficiency and Accountability in Zambia
Presenter: Jeremy Sikazwe

Poster Presentation:

Lessons Learned from Implementing Mobile Application for Electronic Transactional Data Capture in Health Facilities in Ghana
Presenter: Evans Abotsi

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