Co-creation of simulation based training through an agile approach to development enabling Just in Time (JIT) high impact training which is cultural and context specific and ensures a sustainable legacy, with the potential to transform the international humanitarian response.
Three challenges raised in emergencies include:
Examples include: Strengthening outbreak response from pandemics and anti-microbial resistance; improving effectiveness and efficiency of IPC training; improving quality assurance and making M&E occur in real time; and reducing dependence on English language and literacy.
The solution is innovative in its approach to development, its outcomes and its potential to build on more widely. This tool will
MiiHealth explore what lessons could be learnt from previous Ebola outbreaks and whether potential solutions from outside the sector could be re-designed and incubated to support the response to the Ebola outbreak.View
MiiHealth talk about the value of communicating in a local language.View
MiiHealth share some of the benefits of adopting an agile or 'lean' approach.View
MiiHealth talk about the challenges of experts needing to be be physically present to provide health training especially in an outbreak such as Ebola and how digital infrastructure can help to overcome this.View
MiiHealth feedback on a collaborative meeting that brought together experts from around the world to ‘examine how health systems and services can better meet a dual purpose...’.View
MiiHealth reflect on their ebuddi project which builds on insights from the learning sciences and seeks to provide a much more 'adaptive' approach to training so that it has the potential to be context sensitive and personalised.View
MiiHealth discuss their simulation for health training, the opportunity to improve traditional practice, and how this builds on breakthroughs in immersive experiences and augmented realityView
MiiHealth recognise the potential to use simulation training to counter the high threat environment posed by Explosive Hazard contaminationView
MiiHealth share some learnings that humanitarians can take from surgeons and aviators, and apply when training frontline workersView
MiiHealth are exploring the opportunity for promoting a more personal and social learning experience, and why this is relevant to the humanitarian sectorView
MiiHealth are looking at how the humanitarian sector can continue to evolve and adapt in a fast-changing digital world.View
As their ESI project comes to an end, Miihealth share some of the successes, challenges, and opportunities to further their combinatorial approach; building on advances in pedagogy from vocational training, broadband and smart phone communications, simulated reality and gamificationView
MiiHealth explore how the learnings from the simulation training approach used in their ‘ebuddi’ initiative can be built upon to ensure effective palliative care in humanitarian crisesView
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