FW: Call for implementation tools for home-based-records
Dear IBP Network,
Please see the request below from colleagues at WHO.
We are looking for the most recent version of formal documents and tools which:
· focus on the improvement of home-based records implementation (handbooks, training guides, checklists, etc.).
· focus on reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health, including vaccines, nutrition, growth and development and early child development.
· should either be published after 2010 (or if still in use, we will accept published before 2010).
Please send (in electronic format) any tools you have developed or know of to sbce-priorities@.... If the tool meets our inclusion criteria, we will contact you to ask for any reports regarding the evaluation of the tool and/or lessons learned in using the tool. Tools can be sent in any language. However, we would prefer an English version, if available.
If you prefer, we can send you a link where you can upload the document rather than sending by email;
please write and let us know.
Many thanks in advance for your contributions!
Please share this email with others.
Annie Portela and Laura Nic Lochlainn for WHO and Anne Detjen for UNICEF
A home-based record is a health document used to record the history of health services received by an
individual. It is kept in the household, in either paper or electronic format. Home-based records can take multiple forms such as antenatal care records, immunization cards, child health booklets, and mother & child health books.
Nandita Thatte, DrPH
Department of Sexual and Reproductive Health
World Health Organization
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