Health Outcomes Tool (HOT) Training in Chiang Mai
7่ February 2017 - 10่ February 2017
“Health Outcomes Tool” (HOT) is a simple assessment that can be administered at the field level, to help us understand how older people’s health status, functionality, and access to health services change over time.
To introduce this new tool to HelpAge network staff, a four-day training on “Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Training or Health Outcomes Tool and digital data collection Training” will take place in Chiang Mai, Thailand, at The Empress Hotel from 7-10 February 2017.
The training will be led by Jonna Bertfelt (Health Outcomes Tool Programme Manager, HelpAge International) and Kristin Bodiford (Health Advisor, HelpAge USA).
Topics of this training include:
- Introduction to Health Outcomes Tool (HOT)
- Digital data collection: data management process and use of SurveyCTO (a software developed for digital data collection in low-resource setting)
- Data analysis
- Ways to improve monitoring, evaluation and learning process on older people’s health among the network.