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Project Summary

iHRIS Qualify is a health worker training, licensing and certification tracking system. The system enables a licensing or certification authority for a health worker cadre, such as nurses or physicians, to track data on the complete cadre in a country from pre-service training through attrition. This system is also capable of tracking continuing medical education attained by health workers, capturing data about foreign-trained workers applying to work within the country and recording out migration verification requests. iHRIS Qualify is developed by The Capacity Project, an innovative global initiative to help developing countries build and sustain the health workforce.

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africa browser-based cadre certification continuing_education database health healthcare health_professionals health_workers hrh hris licensure linux mysql php pre-service registration training workforce

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30 Day Summary

Dec 30 2017 — Jan 29 2018

12 Month Summary

Jan 29 2017 — Jan 29 2018
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