Convertas Logistics Management for Health Commodities Convertas
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    Day 1: Introduction to Logistics
    · Definition of logistics
    · Why logistics is important for all health programs
    · Purpose of a logistics system
    · Different components of a logistics system and how they fit together
    · Definitions of key logistics terms
    Day 2: Logistics Management Information Systems
    · Purpose of a logistics management information system
    · Essential data needed for logistics management
    · Purpose of the three types of logistics records and the data they must contain
    · Purpose of reporting
    · Types of logistics reports and the data they must contain
    · Purpose of logistics feedback reports.
    Day 3: Assessing Stock Status
    · Purpose for assessing stock status
    · Data needed to assess stock status
    · General formula for assessing stock status
    · Instructions for analyzing consumption data for trends
    · Process for determining the months of stock available at any level
    Day 4: Maximum-Minimum Inventory Control Systems
    · Purpose of an inventory control system
    · Key terms in inventory control
    · Details of max-min inventory control systems and the rules for storekeepers
    · How to determine order/issue quantities
    · How to set max and min stock levels
    · The advantages of using a max-min inventory control system
    · How to select the type of max-min inventory control system to implement
    Day 5: Product Selection
    · Definitions of key terms in product selection
    · Overview of the product selection process
    · Supply chain considerations and other criteria for product selection
    · How product selection impacts the rest of the supply chain
    · Importance of standardization of laboratory equipment and supplies
    Day 6: Quantification of Health Commodities
    · Definitions of quantification
    · Importance of quantification in supply chain management of health commodities
    · Key steps in quantification preparation, forecasting, and supply planning
    · How the results of a quantification can be used
    · Process for reviewing and updating quantifications.
    Day 7: Health Commodity Procurement
    · The procurement process for public health sector systems
    · Stakeholder involvement in national health product procurement
    · Common procurement challenges
    · Procurement manager's role in supporting effective and efficient health commodity procurement

    Day 8: Storage and Distribution
    · Guidelines for proper storage of medicines and other health commodities
    · Definition for visual inspection and instructions on how and when to conduct a visual inspection
    · How to identify and resolve common product quality problems found during a visual inspection
    · How to calculate warehouse space requirements
    · Purpose of a physical inventory count and how and when to conduct a physical inventory count
    · Main logistics activities involved in health care waste management
    · What to consider when designing a transportation network
    · Main activities involved in a transportation management system.
    Day 9: Monitoring and Evaluation of Supply Chains
    · Definitions of basic monitoring and evaluation (M&E) terms and concepts
    · Program cycle for supply chain systems improvement
    · Role of M&E in strengthening supply chains and the overall goal of product availability
    · Steps in developing an M&E work plan
    · Key components of an M&E work plan
    · How to write recommendations for system improvement
    · Connection between objectives, interventions, and indicators
    · How to select and use indicators to measure system performance
    · Data collection methodologies, including routine monitoring and periodic evaluation
    · Steps in planning and conducting a supply chain assessment
    · Various tools that can be used for M&E for supply chain management
    · Importance of providing feedback and reporting results to stakeholders.
    Day 10: Logistics System Design
    · Overall context and process for designing a logistics system for managing health products
    · Basic considerations and guidelines for designing a logistics system
    · Technical aspects related to system design and implications of design choices.
      Updated on 07 March, 2018

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