OpenWHO for COVID-19 and WHO Public Advice on COVID-19 - see alos national public health agencies for national recommendations and regulations due to the fact that COVID-19 epidemics has different impacts for member states.
Wikiversity Resource about Expert Focus Group Space and Global Health renamed
The learning resource about renamed from the "Expert Focus Group - Space and Global Health" to "Space and Global Health".
OpenWHO (2018/07) Open Knowledge Access for Health Risk Mitigation
OpenWHO provides Open Access to capacity building material. OpenWHO is provided and maintained by WHO as an interactive, web-based, knowledge-transfer platform. By enrolement users can register for online courses that support capacity building in the area of response to health emergencies.
EFG-SGH - Pilot Wikiversity Event: "Capacity Building in Wikiversity - Space Cooperation for Global Health" (2018/08)
This is a pilot event of the EFG-SGH Community of Practice within Wikiversity. It combines participatory Capacity with a Green Open Access approach.
HealthSites.io & AccessMod5 (2017/09)
https://healthsites.io is a Collaborative Mapping approach with an proposed validation mechanism (see also Digital Signature). These resource can be combined with AssessMod and Mobile Devices with GPS to support health service support for citizens (see also AccessMod5).
UNOOSA - WHO - Conference: "Strengthened Space Cooperation for Global Health" (2017/08)
The Joint UNOOSA-WHO Event (see UNOOSA Homepage) is a conference that refers to the UNISPACE+50 Thematic Priority nr. 5 - "Strengthened Space Cooperation for Global Health". Health is linked to social, environmental, educational, economical .... aspects in the context of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Main goal among others is SDG 3.
Wikiversity Launch for EFG-SGH (2017/07)
Capacity Building is main objective within UN bodies and programmes. A participatory approach is lanched with a first initial version of Wikiversity Capacity Building Module at http://en.wikiversity.org. In a participatory Open Community Approach. By using Wikiversity as a learning environement, communities, researchers and educational units can co-create capacity buidling material. It designed as Open Innovation Ecosytem and part of the resources of EFG-SGH Community of Practice formerly AT6FUI CoP. As a linking learning module Spatial Risk Management was chosen, to show capacity building links e.g. between Disaster Management (UN-SPIDER) and EFG-SGH.
- Prof. Dr. Dave Braunschweig (Information Systems) for Wikiversity support and
- Prof. Dr. Marlien Herselman (Open Innovation Ecosystem) for her ongoing support over years
PanDocElectron & Wikiversity
As a result of the LLinES project to create Capacity Building Material in a Open Access Wiki, PanDocElectron is intorduced for pilots for Capacity Building with Wikiversity & PanDoc
Preparation International Master Course: Space & Global Health / One Health Risk Management
Preparation of Master Courses "Space & Global Health" and "One Health Risk Management" using Wikiversity as final repository for Open Educational Resources (OER) and tailored generation of OER-Wikibooks (Video). Extends the Capacity Building pilot for XBAD (eXtensible post BAchelor Degree for Lifelong Learning) in a Badge Alliance.
Open Proposal Management
Open Proposal Management OPM was introduced to the Community of Practice to improve development cycle for risk mitigation strategies (see Open Proposal Management for further details).
New Co-Chair 2016
New Co-Chair (Prof. Dr. Antoine Geisbuhler) was elected during XFG-SGH meeting in 02/2016 at United Nations Committee of Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (COPUOS). Together with Chief Science Office of Public Health Agency of Canada Dr. Pascal Michel they are chairing the upcoming activities of the Expert Focus Group of Space and Global Health.
Green Open Access IT-Framework e-Leed (for e-Learning and Capacity Building)
To maximize the use of exisiting scientific and educational infrastructure it is recommended to use eleed for e-Learning Publications for Capacity Buidling and support of Risk Literacy (Open Content & Open Educational Resources). Information for Paper Submission with Digital Peer Review License.
Paper Submission to Post-AT6FUI 2016
Paper Submission of first Pilot AT6FUI Conference 2016 from August 23rd to 25th, 2016 is now open. Further Infos on AT6FUI2016 for Authors.
In some areas mobile devices cannot be used to collect data about risk and available resources for risk mitigation. Printing paper and pencil questionnaires can be supported by Open Source processing of scanned paper and pencil questionnaires
AT6FUI Capacity Building: XBAD Extensible post-Bachelor Degree
A Capacity Building pilot for XBAD for Lifelong Learning in the context of the AT6FUI skills and expertise started in 10/2015. The pilot elaborates the requirements and constraints for XBAD as a post-bachelor degree. The successful elements of the 3 years pilot will be extended to XNOD (eXtensible Non-formal training Degrees).
New References to Relevant Existing Projects
New helpful existing Projects were cited that support AT6FUI Objectives and stakeholder could serve as project partners.
Wikiversity allows an Open Content support for capacitiy building for Risk Management including Health. A Wikiversity school of Risk Management was established for Open Content Development in 2015 as a first step of Open Content development for capacity building.
News People & Interfaces
People & Institutions are introduced, so that profile a team member can look for collaboration otpions.
AT6FUI Meeting 2013
Links to presentations of AT6FUI Meeting 2014
El Salvador - Central America
AT6FUI Meeting 2013
Links to presentations of AT6FUI Meeting 2013
AT6FUI Meeting 2012
Links to presentations of AT6FUI Meeting 2012
Open Source & Open Content
Open Community Approach combine Open Source and Open Content to accomplish a risk mitigation objective. For Capacity Building Open Educational Resources OER are the key to maximize access to capacity building material.