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K4Health News | April 2017

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K4Health Newsletter | April Issue
Volume 8 | Issue 4
How do we effectively capitalize on the power of social connections to advance global health? In the Journal of Public Health Research, we propose a new way of practicing knowledge management - one that recognizes social capital, networks, and the larger social system.
Our new topic page features the latest essential evidence, tools, and expert commentary on Advocating for Family Planning Policy. Advocacy is essential for reaching women and families with access to life-saving contraceptive information and services and achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.
May 4th: A Workshop on Practical Strategies for Implementing Digital Financial Services
Registration today for the Global Digital Health Network’s next Deep Dive workshop. Participants will discuss the benefits of mobile money integration for health programs and get hands-on tips for practical implementation and training of end-users in digital finance.
Webinar Recording on Making Content Meaningful:  How to Adapt Existing Global Health Content
A webinar recording highlights K4Health’s content adaptation framework and two real-life case studies of content adaptation.
On The Exchange: Adaptation as Innovation
In a new post, Lisa Mwaikambo reflects on the importance of adapting educational content for different audiences. This might mean translating a resource into a local language, making it available in a new format, or revising it to reflect a specific cultural context.
New Design! Global Health eLearning Center
GHeL has undergone a site refresh! Log on to see the design improvements across the site, intended to make the platform more streamlined and user-friendly.
Recently Updated: Pneumonia eLearning Course
Pneumonia is a major killer of children under five years of age. Although children's mortality resulting from pneumonia has decreased in the last two decades, it is still the leading cause of death for children under five globally. In this course, you will learn what needs to be done to further reduce this preventable disease.​
Join the K4Health Idea Lab
Do you use K4Health products and services? Would you like to share your thoughts about how we can strengthen them to meet your needs? Would you like to be entered into periodic raffles to win a $10 e-gift card to Amazon or iTunes? If you answered “yes” to these questions, consider joining the K4Health Idea Lab. Members provide valuable constructive feedback on K4Health’s current products via short surveys approximately every other month.  ​
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