K4Health's Multimedia page showcases our videos, data visualizations, infographics, and other interactive resources.
High Impact Practices for family planning (HIPs) are service delivery and health systems interventions, identified by experts, that can improve family planning access, quality, and related health outcomes. This short video introduces the concept of HIPs, shares examples, and orients users to the practical resources available on the HIPs website. Watch the video and let us know what you think.
This orientation will go through the main features of toolkits and explain how to access resources to assist you in your work, education, or research.
The Idea Lab provides a chance for K4Health to hear feedback directly from users of our products and services as well as people who are new to K4Health’s offerings. This feedback on the content and the usability of our products will help us enhance K4Health's existing resources and develop useful, relevant new content.
We use Idea Lab feedback to inform product improvements, and to show how K4Health products are being used, as in this video about a POPLINE user who is a doctoral student in South Africa:
If you are interested in joining the Idea Lab or sharing your story about how K4Health has made a difference in your health program, please contact email@example.com.
Translating and adapting knowledge to suit local needs is a crucial step in making knowledge usable. This short video (3:22) tells the story of one nurse-midwife's experience with adapting a slide set from a K4Health Toolkit, and using it to train health workers in Haiti.
Healthy timing and spacing of pregnancy (HTSP) is an approach to family planning that helps women and families delay, space, or limit their pregnancies to achieve the healthiest outcomes for women, newborns, infants, and children. HTSP works within the context of free and informed contraceptive choice and takes into account fertility intentions and desired family size. This short animated video explains the basics of HTSP.
When global health practitioners use knowledge management in their work, health systems operate more smoothly and clients receive better care. Ultimately, knowledge management contributes to greater health and longer, happier lives. The best news? Many of us already practice knowledge management every day. Watch our new animation to see how, and to learn how we can be more intentional and systematic in our knowledge management practices in order to strengthen services and improve lives.
This video, produced through K4Health's Idea Lab, tells the story of doctoral student in South Africa who used POPLINE in writing his dissertation.
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