Offered by the universities of Bamako, Dakar and Abidjan, the Inter-University Diploma in e-Health “Innovation and Practices in Health” is aimed at decision-makers in the health sector, health professionals and players in e-health start-ups. Registration is open until 15 March 2021.
The course, with an hourly volume of 100 hours, is carried out remotely with the organisation of a hackathon each year. The objective of the course is to set up a professional learning framework in e-health between different key actors, particularly in the South (including international organisations).The aim is to bring out innovations aligned with the countries’ health strategies, to cultivate a know-how for a coherent, harmonious and sustainable development of digital health for the benefit of populations.
The Pierre Fabre Foundation supports the training and may award scholarships. In 2020, 22 learners from 12 African countries were able to follow this training.
The training is supported by the Digital Health and Innovation Laboratory (Digi-Santé-Mali) in Bamako.