Kawok - an example CommCare application

Over the past 7 months TulaSalud http://www.tulasalud.org has been
working on an mHealth application based on CommCare, and we would like to
share some information about the application with other members of the
CommCare user community. We hope that this information is helpful for
other CommCare users, and we look forwarding to hearing about what others
are doing with CommCare.

The CommCare application is currently being pilot tested by 5 CHWs, and we
expect to roll it out to ~125 existing CHWs and >60 new CHWs this year.
The application is part of a (small) set of eHealth/mHealth applications
and services called Kawokhttp://www.mysticomaya.com/a_01_cal/ENG_nahuales_09_12.htm#eng_kawoq,
used to help provide education, training and support to healthcare
providers and patients in the western highlands of Guatemala.

Screens shots, icons and images of the application can be seen in this
Picasa album http://goo.gl/YfpVb (http://goo.gl/YfpVb). Viewing the
album in slideshow mode is likely the easiest way to view the images and
the captions associated with them. The orignal PNG versions of all images
and icons can be downloaded and used in your own applications, if you wish.
A number of applications changes are planned, based on feedback from the
current pilot testing.

Many thanks to Steve Luther from TulaSalud http://www.tulasalud.org, who
designed the images and icons.

Additional references
[1] TulaSalud public web site http://www.tulasalud.org - www.tulasalud.org
[2] TulaSalud community health program overviewhttp://www.tulasalud.org/Programas/tele-medicina/niveles-de-atencion(Spanish) -
http://www.tulasalud.org/Programas/tele-medicina/niveles-de-atencion
[3] Kawok - CommCare visuals http://goo.gl/YfpVb - http://goo.gl/YfpVb

Ray,

Thanks so much for sharing your application! We’re excited to have been
able to work with you guys on this project, and have learned a lot from the
model you’ve adopted! I’m looking forward to enabling other projects to use
some of the new ideas you’ve piloted in the future.

Regards,
-Clayton

··· On Thu, Apr 12, 2012 at 7:27 AM, Ray Brunsting wrote:

Over the past 7 months TulaSalud http://www.tulasalud.org has been
working on an mHealth application based on CommCare, and we would like to
share some information about the application with other members of the
CommCare user community. We hope that this information is helpful for
other CommCare users, and we look forwarding to hearing about what others
are doing with CommCare.

The CommCare application is currently being pilot tested by 5 CHWs, and we
expect to roll it out to ~125 existing CHWs and >60 new CHWs this year.
The application is part of a (small) set of eHealth/mHealth applications
and services called Kawokhttp://www.mysticomaya.com/a_01_cal/ENG_nahuales_09_12.htm#eng_kawoq,
used to help provide education, training and support to healthcare
providers and patients in the western highlands of Guatemala.

Screens shots, icons and images of the application can be seen in this
Picasa album http://goo.gl/YfpVb (http://goo.gl/YfpVb). Viewing the
album in slideshow mode is likely the easiest way to view the images and
the captions associated with them. The orignal PNG versions of all images
and icons can be downloaded and used in your own applications, if you wish.
A number of applications changes are planned, based on feedback from the
current pilot testing.

Many thanks to Steve Luther from TulaSalud http://www.tulasalud.org,
who designed the images and icons.

Additional references
[1] TulaSalud public web site http://www.tulasalud.org -
www.tulasalud.org
[2] TulaSalud community health program overviewhttp://www.tulasalud.org/Programas/tele-medicina/niveles-de-atencion(Spanish) -
http://www.tulasalud.org/Programas/tele-medicina/niveles-de-atencion
[3] Kawok - CommCare visuals http://goo.gl/YfpVb - http://goo.gl/YfpVb

Congratulations and indeed some great thinking !

It will be so helpful if we can have more info on the best practices, learnings and challenges from you, now and in future.
All the very best and looking forward to continue to hear more.

warm regards,
girdhari

··· From: commcare-users@googlegroups.com [mailto:commcare-users@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of Ray Brunsting Sent: Thursday, April 12, 2012 6:57 PM To: commcare-users@googlegroups.com Subject: Kawok - an example CommCare application

Over the past 7 months TulaSaludhttp://www.tulasalud.org has been working on an mHealth application based on CommCare, and we would like to share some information about the application with other members of the CommCare user community. We hope that this information is helpful for other CommCare users, and we look forwarding to hearing about what others are doing with CommCare.

The CommCare application is currently being pilot tested by 5 CHWs, and we expect to roll it out to ~125 existing CHWs and >60 new CHWs this year. The application is part of a (small) set of eHealth/mHealth applications and services called Kawokhttp://www.mysticomaya.com/a_01_cal/ENG_nahuales_09_12.htm#eng_kawoq, used to help provide education, training and support to healthcare providers and patients in the western highlands of Guatemala.

Screens shots, icons and images of the application can be seen in this Picasa albumhttp://goo.gl/YfpVb (http://goo.gl/YfpVb). Viewing the album in slideshow mode is likely the easiest way to view the images and the captions associated with them. The orignal PNG versions of all images and icons can be downloaded and used in your own applications, if you wish. A number of applications changes are planned, based on feedback from the current pilot testing.

Many thanks to Steve Luther from TulaSaludhttp://www.tulasalud.org, who designed the images and icons.

Additional references
[1] TulaSalud public web sitehttp://www.tulasalud.org - www.tulasalud.orghttp://www.tulasalud.org
[2] TulaSalud community health program overviewhttp://www.tulasalud.org/Programas/tele-medicina/niveles-de-atencion (Spanish) - http://www.tulasalud.org/Programas/tele-medicina/niveles-de-atencion
[3] Kawok - CommCare visualshttp://goo.gl/YfpVb - http://goo.gl/YfpVb