WHO conducts workshop to Strengthening Health Information System for Patients living with HIV/AIDS in Libya
The World Health Organization (WHO), in partnership with the National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) in Libya carried out a two-day planning workshop on “Strengthening Health Information System for Patients living with HIV/AIDS”.
The core purpose of the workshop were to evaluate the present condition of the already established patient information system (PIS) and program management information system (PMIS) and to plan for upgrading the health information system for patients living with HIV/AIDS.
The workshop was attended by 11 clinicians and IT experts representing different medical institutions in Libya.
The end of the workshop saw a two-year plan, funded by the European Union, prepared to be implemented by WHO.
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