In cooperation with IOM, Libya launches training course on Information flow from isolation centres
The Health Emergency Department has kicked off the second training course in "Information flow and statistics from isolation and filtering centres" in cooperation with the Health Information and Documentation Center and the International Organization for Migration (IOM).
The course targeted 18 trainees from various isolation centers and the central operating room at the Ministry of Health.
The three-day course aims to train staff on the speed of information transfer through the District Health Information System (DHIS2).
The system is considered one of the most modern techniques in health data collection and analysis.
The Health Ministry indicated that the Health Emergency Management is preparing for a similar course for the staff of the isolation centers in the southern region.