WHONET Overview, Quality Data Generation, Download, Installation, Configuration, Data Entry, BacLink and Data Analysis

By successfully completing this session you can:

  • Learn WHONET's background, operation, and most recent updates.
  • Explore how WHONET helps generate high-quality data and lesson learned from CAPTURA quality data generation
  • Download, install and configure WHONET for your microbiology laboratory
  • Use WHONET as a data entry platform if you don't have any Laboratory or Hospital Information System
  • Convert your LIS/HIS data using BacLink and analyze using WHONET
  • Access CAPTURA Epidemiology and Quality Control Reports
  • Submit national or local data to DHIS2 software
  • Compile the MDR, XDR, and PDR findings.
  • Isolate alert
  • Advance data analysis
  • Submission of GLASS report

Session Outine

# Contents Speaker Duration - 220 mins
1 Introduction to WHONET (About, Vision, Objectives, Grant, Latest Updates) Dr. John Stelling, Co-Founder, WHONET 25 mins
2 Quality data generation and lesson learned from CAPTURA in Bangladesh Dr. Nimesh Poudyal, Head of the AMR Department, IVI 25 mins
Q/A 5 mins
3 WHONET Download, Installation and Laboratory Configuration Julhas Sujan 25 mins
Q/A & Short break 15 mins
4 Data entry: Creating new file, data entry, saving and viewing data, clinical reports, exporting and encryption Julhas Sujan 20 mins
Q/A 5 mins
5 BacLink conversion (Configuration, Data conversion, and Code mapping) Julhas Sujan 40 mins
6 Data analysis (Newly developed): CAPTURA Epidemiology & Quality Control Reports (Example from the BackLink converted dataset) Julhas Sujan 15 mins
6 DHIS2-WHONET Interoperability Julhas Sujan 5 mins
Q/A and Break 60 mins
7 Isolate alert and Multidrug resistance Dr. Ahmed Aboushady, Researcher, WHONET, USA 30 mins
8 WHONET Data analysis and Antibiogram Development Md. Shakawat Hossain, IEDCR 70 mins
9 Training evaluation (From the below materials tab) All participants 5 mins

Session Materials

If you found any queries, please contact Julhas Sujan at julhas.sujan@ivi.int.