Note: All HIFA2015 publications may be freely downloaded, printed and distributed for non-commercial use only, with attribution to the Global Healthcare Information Network and HIFA2015. For further details, see the Creative Commons Commons license: Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 UK: England & Wales
New! HIFA Progress Report, 6 November 2013
HIFA Leaflet (PDF, 259kb)
HIFA Leaflet (high resolution for printing) (PDF, 3.5Mb)
HIFA Monthly Newsletter
All HIFA Newsletters are available here
HIFA Annual Reviews
HIFA Annual Review 2011 (PDF, 2.2Mb)
HIFA Annual Review 2010 (PDF 1.7Mb)
HIFA Annual Review 2008 (PDF 1.3Mb)
HIFA Members Directories
Every member of HIFA has a signature profile, which is added to the end of each message they send to the group. In addition, some members have given specific permission for their profile to be included in the HIFA Members Directory to facilitate one-to-one networking between members:
HIFA2015 Evaluation Report
In 2011, HIFA2015 underwent a major external evaluation, funded by the Rockefeller Foundation.
“HIFA2015 achieves an extraordinary level of activity on minimal resources from which many people around the world benefit… its ultimate success will depend on external funders providing additional funding…”
HIFA2015 External Evaluation Report, October 2011, funded by Rockefeller Foundation
HIFA2015 Evaluation Report (PDF, 50 pages, 1.3Mb)
HIFA2015 Evaluation Report – Executive Summary (PDF, 5 pages, 580kb)
HIFA2015 Evaluation Annex – Case Studies, Methodology, Glossary of Terms (PDF, 58 pages, 640kb)
HIFA2015 Foundation Document
The Foundation Document was published in 2007 on the basis of discussion among the first 500 HIFA2015 members. It defines the HIFA2015 goal and our strategy for achieving the goal (promoting Communication, Cooperation and Advocacy).
HIFA2015 Foundation Document
HIFA2015 Powerpoint Presentations
Healthcare Information for All – Presentation at WHO Geneva, 18 December 2013 (Powerpoint: please feel free to adapt and share this presentation at conferences, meetings and in the workplace)
Introduction to HIFA2015 (2012) Please feel free to adapt this for presentation at meetings and conferences.
HIFA2015: A virtual Community of Purpose (2013) This provides more detail about the achievements of HIFA and the three main components of the HIFA Strategy: HIFA Forums, HIFA Voices, and HIFA Advocacy Programme. Please feel free to adapt this for presentation at meetings and conferences.
HIFA2015 sign-up form
Help us to engage new members. Download and print this sign-up form and pass it around the audience at your next meeting or conference.
HIFA2015 on YouTube
HIFA2015 on YouTube (9 minute video from HIFA2015 India Representative, Dr Pranab Chatterjee)
All the following publications are freely available in full text.
Soumyadeep Bhaumik, Neil Pakenham-Walsh, Pranab Chatterjee, Tamoghna Biswas. Governments are legally obliged to ensure adequate access to health information. The Lancet Global Health, Volume 1, Issue 3, Pages e129 – e130, September 2013
Pakenham-Walsh N & Bukachi F. Information needs of health care workers in developing countries: a literature review with a focus on Africa. Human Resources for Health 2009, 7:30doi:10.1186/1478-4491-7-30