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Available courses

Advanced iHRIS course for health professionals aspiring to use Integrated Human Resource Information System (iHRIS) to enter and update health workers data, digitize HR records and update in-service training information. This course prepares trainees to become expert users of iHRIS

This is short basic non-examinable course on the Integrated human Resources Information System (iHRIS). The course provides basic iHRIS knowledge to HRH leaders, managers, partners of counties, training institutions and partners to use iHRIS to generate HRH data for decision-making

This course provides instructions to United States Government (USG) partners/Implementing Mechanisms in Kenya to use "iHRIS for contracted Health workers" to update HRH data and report on contract health workers. 

This course covers human resource management in the Kenyan health care context.
This course is intended to build the capacity of health facility leaders and mangers to use existing health workforce data and information systems for decision-making and human resources management and support.
This course was designed for staff who want to create an eLearning course for the HRH Global Resource Center, or to develop an eLearning program for their office.
Based on the Rapid Retention Survey Toolkit, this course will further orient participants on how to use a rapid discrete choice experiment methodology to design evidence-based incentives to attract and retain health workers in rural and remote areas.
This course provides a basic introduction to monitoring and evaluation concepts and how they apply to the field of human resources for health (HRH) to inform evidence-based planning and decision-making.
This course is intended to expose the participant to basic concepts, issues, and standards related to gender equality in the health workforce.
Ce cours a pour but d’exposer le participant à des concepts, des problématiques et des normes élémentaires en matière d’égalité des genres au sein du personnel de santé.