The Latin American and Caribbean Center for Health Sciences Information (BIREME) received the Outstanding Team Award from PAHO/WHO for its achievements in the 2016-2017 biennium. The Awards and Acknowledgements Program, coordinated by the Human Resources Department, allows the participation of all individuals and teams that provide services for the Organization and who are recognized for their achievements in favor of the Organization’s mission.
A project to form the Haitian Network of the Virtual Health Library (VHL) and to develop capacities in the areas of Information Management and Scientific Communication was implemented through cooperation between The Haiti PAHO/WHO Office, the Centre d’Information et de Formation en Administration de la Santé (CIFAS) of the Ministère de la Santé Publique et de la Population (MSPP) of Haiti and BIREME/PAHO/WHO.
BIREME/PAHO/WHO participated in the Workshop on the dimensions for updating the Observatory Network of Human Resources in Health (HRH), within the framework of the Regional HRH Strategy, held in Panama City on May 8 and 9, 2018 and organized by the Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization. The Workshop was attended by members and former […]
CRICS10 will promote an exchange on the current global and regional priorities of 2030 Agenda and its Sustainable Development Goals, analyzing the contributions of evidence and knowledge. The poster session, during which papers selected from the submission of abstracts will be presented, is an important space for sharing within the Congress. As this session is open to any participant, see here how to submit your paper.
The technical cooperation between PAHO Brazil and BIREME, together with the Superintendence of Professional Management and Health Education of the Secretaria de Estado da Saúde do Tocantins (SES-TO), brought together representatives of their technical fields in a Workshop to discuss the “Information and Knowledge Management Plan”, in the context of Cooperation Term 94 (TC-94). The main lines of action included the development of a SES-TO Virtual Health Library and a series of information sources relevant to the Secretariat. In addition, two Scientific Communication Workshops were held.
The importance of giving and receiving constructive feedback for the development of skills and the alignment and improvement of processes and results was one of the activities carried out in the Team Building training conducted by BIREME/PAHO/WHO collaborators. With the support of the Human Resources Department of PAHO/WHO Headquarters, the activity was conducted by external consultants and aims to continue the integration of BIREME teams, fostering the building of alliances of high-performance teams.