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Local Authorities. Migrant Communities. Migrant Capacities. Promote, support and provide a framework for coordinating health informatics capacity building activities within the West African sub-region; Provide a platform for obtaining assistance and support from the global health informatics community and share the limited available resources from the national and international health resources; Strengthen health informatics teaching and research in the West African sub-region; Enable the West African sub-region to directly benefit from 'home-grown' research activities; Mitigate the effects of 'brain drain' in the field of health informatics.
The Centre will also support the setup and training of other healthcare organisation in Ghana and beyond. WACHI will serve as the ultimate national and sub-regional resource in supporting the implementation of the e-health strategies of Ghana and other countries in the sub-region as they embark on ehealth implementation programs.follow link
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Print Share. Mental Health Informatics Mission The mission of the Mental Health Informatics Working Group MHI WG is to facilitate communication, collaboration, education, and networking for researchers and practitioners working at the interface of informatics and mental health, including substance use, in order to better understand and improve mental health and healthcare delivery.
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