Attendance and Certification Modules in the Management System for Tele-education of the Telehealth Center - HUUFMA
The Telehealth Brazil Networks Programme is a national action that seeks to improve the quality of care and primary care in the Unified Health System (SUS), which offers conditions to promote Tele-assistance and Tele-education. One of the major areas, Tele-education, is based on the use of information technologies to provide web conferences, courses, and classes. Due to the limitation of the broadcasting platforms to track the detailed users’ information, it was necessary to the Telehealth Center of the University Hospital of the Federal University of Maranhão (HUUFMA) the development of a web system to automatically gather this data. The current release of the system enables users to register in web conferences activities, and the information such as professional area, location, personal info are stored, so the system can track all the activities the user has participated and then automatically generate certificates at any time after the end of the activity.
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