International Health Registry Projects (eRegistries) An eRegistry is an organised system for collecting, managing, analysing and, most importantly, using reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health data to improve women and children’s health. Les på norsk Contact About e-Registries Article Updated 14.11.2019 Resources A list of publications, reports, presentations, and posters by the eRegistries team is provided below. Article Updated 14.11.2019 What are eRegistries? An eRegistry is an organised system for collecting, managing, analysing, and most importantly, using reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health data to improve women and children’s health. Article Updated 06.04.2017 eRegistries Research Studies Cluster Randomized Controlled Trials Article Updated 04.04.2017 Research The eRegistries Initiative utilizes research findings to inform the development and deployment of eRegistries. Article Updated 04.04.2017 Learning packages The eRegistries approach offers an electronic tool that collects, manages and utilizes health information that supports data-driven decision making on clinical, programmatic, and policy levels. Article Updated 04.04.2017 The eRegistries Model The eRegistries Initiative is dedicated to increasing the availability and timely use of routine maternal and child health data to improve the quality of care and health outcomes around the world. Show more The multidisciplinary e-Registries team Article Updated 14.11.2019 About us The multidisciplinary eRegistries team includes experts in maternal and child health research, implementation, technology, medicine and public health. Show more See also: Theme WHO, EU, Bilateral Collaboration The Norwegian Institute of Public Health is engaged in global health issues and has established research collaboration and projects with international partners. Theme Global Health Preparedness Programme Information on the NIPH cooperation with other countries to strengthen the public health preparedness globally. Theme EEA and Norway Grants Information about the public health programmes funded through the EEA and Norway Grants.