Clinical Decision Support Training Initiative
This global health program supports biosurveillance and builds health system capacity and resilience through workforce development. The initiative equips healthcare professionals with evidence-based resources, BMJ Best Practice (a clinical decision support tool) and BMJ Learning (a multimedia learning platform), to improve their ability to detect, diagnose, and manage infectious diseases as well as non-communicable diseases. The Initiative currently operates in 7 countries with content translated into Russian, Azeri, Vietnamese, Ukrainian, and Georgian. To date, this program has trained over 12,500 primary care and infectious disease doctors across 1000 medical institutions. BMJ has the ability to scale this program to other countries and translate our evidence-based resources into other languages.
Providers and Implementers ?
|Implementer||British Medical Journal (BMJ)||NGO|
|Implementer||United States Defense Threat Reduction Agency||State|
|Provider||World Bank||International Organization, Global|
Related Projects & Programs
|Mr Todd Perry||Special Coordinator, UNSCR 1540||
Department of State
|Mr Stephen Knight||Point of Contact||
United States Mission to the United Nations