iRHIS: Integrated Refugee Health Information System

UNHCR’s integrated Refugee Health Information System (iRHIS) is used to collect, verify, and analyze health data for use in decision-making during emergencies. This free online course introduces health information systems, the iRHIS workflow and features, and how to apply basic data protection and security measures.

Online Course • 1.5 Hours • English • Free

What You Will Learn

Learn why the integrated Refugee Health Information System (iRHIS) is important and how it is used to collect, verify, and analyze health data for use in decision making during emergencies.

Learning objectives:

  • Understand the purpose of health information systems

  • Understand iRHIS workflow and features

  • Apply basic data protection and security measures

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Learner Review

"Very good training. I will recommend this course to my colleagues who work in health projects with integrated refugee integration." 

Abdoulaye G.

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