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Tuesday, June 18 • 13:00 - 13:55
Expressions Enhancements for analytics

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For the past 25 years DHIS has primarily been designed to calculate output, outcome, and impact indicators. However, to complete the monitoring and evaluation workflow DHIS must also be able to also calculate input and process indicators. More specifically, input and process indicators are essential for bottle neck analysis and root-cause analysis to actually determine where the problems lie and inform the formulation of targeted actions.

This session will present the ongoing work in DHIS 2 to enhance expressions in Indicators, Program Indicators, Validation Rules, and Predictors, describing what has been done already in 2.32, and what will be done next in 2.33 and beyond.

Speakers
avatar for Jim Grace

Jim Grace

DHIS 2 core developer, HISP US
DHIS 2 core developer since 2013 including work in data approvals, validation rules and predictors as well as other areas. Co-designed and supported the DATIM instance of DHIS 2 for the US Government's PEPFAR program of HIV/AIDS care and treatment in 58 countries. Previously worked... Read More →
avatar for Scott Russpatrick

Scott Russpatrick

DHIS2 Product Manager, University of Oslo
Scott is a the DHIS2 data quality and analytics product manager at the University of Oslo. His responsibilities include supporting corner case DHIS2 implementations globally, creating the software development roadmaps for data quality and analytics, and coordinating advanced DHIS2... Read More →



Tuesday June 18, 2019 13:00 - 13:55
Pascal Ole-Johan Dahls hus - Room Pascal (2452)

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