Hi all, Over the last few years, global access to smartphone-enabled internet protocol (IP) mobile messaging (e.g. WhatsApp, Facebook messenger, Telegram, WeChat) has grown exponentially. IP messaging’s potential is being increasingly leveraged to improve global health, but learnings are not being effectively disseminated. IP for Global Health (IP4GH) is a community of practice formed to bring together tools and evidence on the use of IP messaging for health.
*Has your organization used IP messaging for health? Are you planning to? IP4GH is mapping projects and organizations pioneering this area and we want to include your work! Please take 5-10 minutes to answer 35 multiple-choice questions about your IP health project(s). <http://bit.ly/2Ki4Yqr>* Data from the survey will be published in an open-access publication and contributing projects will be credited as they wish. Survey participants will be sent the survey results and invited to join global leaders in the IP4GH online community of practice, whose goals are to: - Share experiences and facilitate collaborations using IP for global health. - Consolidate and disseminate evidence, tools and best practices in using IP for global health. - Set an agenda for responsible, impactful use of IP for global health. We would like to include as many projects as we can in our survey and community of practice. Please participate in the survey and pass it on to anyone you think might be interested! <http://bit.ly/2Ki4Yqr> Thanks, Keshet -- Keshet Ronen, PhD, MPH Pronouns: she / they Clinical Assistant Professor Department of Global Health, University of Washington 9th & Jefferson Building #1322 (+1) 206-685-4363
_______________________________________________ change mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org https://changemm.cs.washington.edu/mailman/listinfo/change