Connecting the dots
Digital Health has the potential to significantly improve population health globally but faces challenges in achieving scale. Leveraging on the international Geneva, and assisted by advanced data analytics and knowledge management tools, the gdhub aims at translating guidelines and policies into actionable insights, and to document and federate knowledge and stakeholders active in global digital health to connect the dots for effective coordination, governance, collaboration and ultimately impact.
The gdhub aims at providing policymakers with tools and process facilitating governance, in particular by promoting policies awareness and uptake amongst implementers of digital health solutions.
Implementome - Digital Health Registry
The Implementome is a digital health registry and interconnected knowledge system enabling the user to navigate on multiple dimensions through metadata annotated projects, people, and information.
DIGITAL HEALTH Digital health has gained traction in recent years as a tool to alleviate systemic healthcare challenges and could accelerate progress towards achieving health, innovation and partnership related Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs 3, 9 and 17). On...
How can we ensure that the benefits and innovations enabled by health data are equitably shared? How can we mitigate the risk of health data being used for harmful purposes? What do health professionals need to work with AI-enabled tools instead of duplicating the...
In this gdhub talk, Adrien Ogee, Chief Operations Officer at the CyberPeace Institute introduces the New Generation of Peace Builders, a network that was founded on a powerful idea: Providing cyber assistance at scale to vulnerable communities globally. Followed by...
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