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2 HEALTH[e]FOUNDATION Blended Learning to Strengthen Health Care Systems Fransje van der Waals, MD PhD October 16, 2010

3 Health[e]Foundation is all about people

4 Philosophy of Health[e]Foundation: building long-term professional relationships Our unique value proposition is To offer blended training programs (on-site workshops and distance-based learning) To offer a wide range of training programs on poverty- related diseases (not only HIV) To offer e-learning system that users can access on line and off-line (through a memory stick) HEALTH[e]FOUNDATION

5 [e]Education Blended Learning Personal contact is key to effective distance learning The software for the training program should be easy and accecsable also to first time computer users The learning modules should be state-of-the-art and updated yearly HEALTH[e]FOUNDATION

6 Blended Learning: a new way of training Participants receive A launch of the training in their own environment A program written by the best authors of the world Ten to twenty modules to finish themselves in three months Local technical support from a local representative Distant theoretical support direct on their computer within 24 hours HEALTH[e]FOUNDATION

7 Blended Learning: a new way of learning Participants learn in their own environment in their own time and pace to implement acquired knowledge direct into practice to discuss complicated cases with fellow participants HEALTH[e]FOUNDATION

8 Blended Learning: improving the work environment Participants learn to collaborate within their hospital as a team to work together with other hospitals to mentor and educate others HEALTH[e]FOUNDATION

9 Training Programs of Health[e]Foundation HIV[e]Education 2004 Pediatric HIV[e]Education 2007 Mental Health and HIV[e]Education 2008 TB[e]Education 2009 Community[e]Education 2009 Tele Microbiology[e]Education 2010 Neglected Tropical Diseases and Diarrhea 2010 Cardiovascular Disease and Diabetes[e]Education 2010 HEALTH[e]FOUNDATION

10 Current and Future Languages of Training Programs HIV[e]Education Current: English, Portuguese, French, Russian, Thai, Indonesian and Spanish Future: Vietnamese Pediatric HIV[e]Education Current: English, Portuguese, French, Thai, Spanish Future: Indonesian, Russian Mental Health and HIV[e]Education Current: English, Russian Future: Portuguese, French, Spanish TB[e]Education Current: English, French, Portuguese Future: Spanish, Indonesian, Thai Community[e]Education Current: Dutch, English, Thai HEALTH[e]FOUNDATION

11 Expansion countries Active countries Mozambique Poland 08 Senegal Mali Cameroon El Salvador 08 Russia China Tanzania Uganda Caribbean Kenya Rwanda India 05 Indonesia Malawi 8 South Africa 07 Where are we active Thailand04 Vietnam Cambodi a Gambi a Argentina Curacao Suriname Bangladesh09 HEALTH[e]FOUNDATION

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13 Uganda Mozambique India Netherlands Uganda Mozambiqu e Netherlands Indonesia Curacao Kenya South Africa Uganda Mozambique Netherlands Indonesia Curacao Kenya El Salvador Poland Russia Malawi Cameroon Thailand Senegal Uganda Netherlands Curacao Kenya Malawi Cameroon Bangladesh Thailand Senegal Mozambiqu e Indonesia Poland Russia Argentina Increase in program coverage over time

14 Shortage of HCW’s segregates with HIV/AIDS

15 Task shifting for early treatment initiation WHO 2007

16 Good division of labor between health care workers Promotion of Collaborations Physicians Clinical Medical Officers Nurses Midwives Counselors Laboratory Staff Key is training of each group of professionals HEALTH[e]FOUNDATION

17 Kickoff Distant learning 3-day Workshop Mentoring Networking Certifi- cation Continuous medical education HIV[e]Education Training Program

18 Training Programs of Health[e]Foundation

19 HIV[e]Education 2004 Pediatric HIV[e]Education 2007 Mental Health and HIV[e]Education 2008 TB[e]Education 2009 Community[e]Education 2009 Tele Microbiology[e]Education 2010 Malaria[e]Education 2010 Diarrhea and Neglected Tropical Diseases 2010 Cardiovascular Diseases and Diabetes[e]Education 2010 HEALTH[e]FOUNDATION

20 Epidemiology of HIV infection Jesus Garcia Callega Counseling and Testing Services Eric van Praag Prevention of MTCT Marie Louise Newell Principles of antiretroviral therapy Joep Lange Initiation of Antiretroviral drugs Ferdinand Wit Monitoring of antiretroviral therapy Scott Hammer Counseling on adherence Gerald Friedland Pediatric HIV infection Hermione Lyall Opportunistic infections John Bartlett HIV-TB co infection and treatment Anton Pozniak Substance abuse and Global AIDS Bruce Douglas Palliative Care Lydia Mpanga Drug toxicity Peter Reiss Drug interactions David Burger Drug Resistance Mark Wainberg Pharmacology Logistics Ceppie Merry Diagnostics and Monitoring Philippe van de Perre Natural History and Pathogenesis Hanneke Schuitemaker Good Clinical Practice Remco van Leeuwen Mental Health and AIDS Annemiek Schade HIV Vaccines Jaap Goudsmit Women and HIV Helen Rees HIV and the Aging Patient Bernard Hirschel Prevention Myron Cohen On line Courses

21 Distant Learning www or USB memory stick 24 courses (from 60 to 120 minutes) with attached pictures, tables and figures, glossary, references and guidelines clinical cases physician’s daily experiences developed per country by local physicians HEALTH[e]FOUNDATION

22 What do the participants experience on their computer ?

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33 Three-day Workshop: Key to motivate people to benefit from e-learning

34 Certificate: an end point as well as a start to continue new programs

35 How do we know that participants are learning? Learning Management System Follow up participants progress, test scores and achievements Support e-tutor, local [e]Education coordinator, IT person Evaluation adjustments curriculum and on-site training HEALTH[e]FOUNDATION

36 How do we know we do the right thing? Quality Control System Monitoring and evaluation is build into the program to ensure continuous effective training In each new country an extensive evaluation is planned in order to adjust the curriculum Adaptations after the evaluations are implemented in the country program but prove to be of use for the trainings in the other countries as well HEALTH[e]FOUNDATION

37 How do we sustain the learning environment? Continuous Medical Education Future training and support is offered online, within the participant portal on the website: FAQ Bulletin boards e-Forums Conferences Program updates HEALTH[e]FOUNDATION

38 How do we maintain the social network of experts ?

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41 How does the day look like? Morning Keynotes Testimonials Lunch: networking, booths, update you stick Afternoon Breakout sessions Keynote on the future of HIVTB Certificate and gift HEALTH[e]FOUNDATION

42 The People who make Health[e]Foundations programs possible Amsterdam Editing Fransje van der Waals Uganda Wendy Smith Lieke van Kerkhoven Nadine Pakker Esther Erwteman Hanipha Kakooza Debby Heuft Dorothy Ndoleriire Annemarie van den HeuvelKenya Margo Caslavka Mozambique Jeannet Bos IT Senegal Gijs Ruitenbeek Thailand Maaike Cottering Patricia Kalil Annemijn Blok Reshmie Ramartausingh Curacao/ Carribean Gonneke Hermanides Vietnam Cameroon Rogier van Doorn Roselyne Toby Nguyen Van Dung

43 The people who make ‘the big Five in HIVTB Care’ possible Amsterdam Editing Fransje van der Waals Uganda Wendy Smith Lieke van Kerkhoven Nadine Pakker Esther Erwteman Hanipha Kakooza Debby Heuft Dorothy Ndoleriire Annemarie van den Heuvel Kenya Margo Caslavka Mozambique Jeannet Bos IT Senegal Gijs Ruitenbeek Thailand Maaike Cottering Patricia Kalil Annemijn Blok Reshmie Ramartausingh Curacao/ Carribean Gonneke Hermanides Vietnam Cameroon Rogier van Doorn Roselyne Toby Nguyen Van Dung

44 The people who make ‘the big Five in HIVTB Care’ possible Uganda Amsterdam Nadine Pakker Fransje van der Waals Hanipha Adrian Kakooza Annemarie van den Heuvel Dorothy Ndoleriire -Osuna Rita Namusoke Prossy Namuleme Rose Janet Nakaliri Alice Nakanjako Carol Olive Namujju Speakers Nelson Sewankambo Annet Soobi Elly KatabiraJaap Goudsmit Alex Coutinho Yared Kebede Haile Andrew Kambugu Cissy Kityo Philippa Musoke Ceppie Merry

45 The People who make Health[e]Foundations programs possible

46 De Hoge Dennen Holding BV Stichting Het Groene Woudt ICS TIBOTEC The Sponsors of Health[e]Foundation

47 De Hoge Dennen Holding BV Stichting Het Groene Woudt ICS TIBOTEC The Sponsors of the Symposium


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