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Denver Jainarain

Denver Jainarain

Senior Data Manager

Wits RHI

Results driven individual with excellent experience and knowledge in Clinical Data. Team player who is willing to “go the extra mile” to achieve objectives. Seeking new challenges in a professional environment with opportunities for career advancement.

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Wits RHI

Senior Data Manager

Senior Data Manager - Health Innovations Special Projects

 DevOps – software DEVelopment and information technology OPerationS
 Provide technical support for interoperability of multiple Health Information Systems and Software’s

UNSA

NQF 5,6,7, District Health Information System, Database Design, Applied Information Security, Research in Informatics in Practice

District Health Information System NQF 5 (CSDHIS2) (2014) University of South Africa
(Completed Certificate - Obtained Distinction)
Student Number: 78808375
Subjects Completed:
• Health information management related concepts
• The purpose of RHIS
• Functions of RHIS
• Stakeholders / users of data information
• Different kinds of data / information needed by health planners and decision makers
• Sources of data / information
• Importance of data and RHIS in monitoring public health car
• Legal and ethical requirements
• Data quality principles / dimensions
• Approaches to improve data quality
• ICT-based Health Information Systems
• DHIS2 Overview
• DHIS2 Data Entry and Basic Reporting
• DHIS2 Data Entry
• DHIS2 Basic Reporting
Database Design NQF 5 (CSDB1DX) (2015) University of South Africa (Completed Certificate)
Student Number: 78808375
Subjects Completed:
• The database environment
• Fundamentals of data modelling
• Relational model
• Normalisation of database tables
• Advanced data modelling
Applied Information Security NQF 6 (CSIS02D) (2016) University of South Africa (Completed Certificate)
Student Number: 78808375
Subjects Completed:
• Define information security. Define key terms and critical concepts of information security.
• Describe the information security roles of professional within an organisation.
• Demonstrate that organisations have a business need for information security.
• Differentiate between laws and ethics. Define managements’ roles in information security.
• Explain information security’s connection to the business plan.
Research in Informatics in Practice NQF 7 (CSRI1DM) (2016) University of South Africa (Completed Certificate)
Student Number: 78808375
Subjects Completed:
• Problem conceptualisation and specification: Introduction; Preparing for the Project
• Experience; Ethics; Research Fraud; Research Processes (Qualitative or Quantitative approach);
• How projects benefit all; Evaluation of Problems; Ensuring that the problem has the potential to be solved;
• Tools for Evaluating the Research: Estimation sheet project; Tools of research;
• The problem statement; Flow-charting the problem statement; Discussion of research project details; Project Ideas;
• Research purposes, objectives and questions: Writing detailed research purposes and objectives; Analyse and evaluate library websites; Writing detailed research questions/ hypotheses;
• Writing definitions; creating sub-problems; Importance of the study into context; Detailed;
• Limitations of the study; Focus, issues terminology;
• Data criteria, and research methodology and Data collection methods: Explaining what data is; Types of data; Data criteria; Integrity; Connecting data and variables; Discuss how data can be collected; Survey; Delphi; Focus groups; Laboratory; Field; Observations; Interviews;
• Construction of the Instrument;
• Population and Sampling: Criteria for population; Calculation of Sample; Evaluation of sample;
• Sampling methods; Managing the sample; Motivating the sample; Ensuring that the sample is reliable and will supply responsible results;
• Review of literature Keywords: Check and confirm; Identify and use tools to be used to search for literature; Ensure reliable information that is used for literature; Identify and apply how to read articles; Apply academic writing; Creation of a Concept matrix; How to conduct a detailed literature review; Ensure that references are in the correct format.
• Research Questions and Instrument design: Identification of Research Questions and Acid test; Can the problem be broken down into smaller parts? Subsidiary research questions; discuss the key components of research data to be used; Draft a letter to go with the instrument. 27 Syllabus/Course Content
• Research Methodology: Discuss different ways to present the instrument development; the evaluation of data collection and decided upon; Ensuring that the data collected will help answer the research questions/hypotheses; Measure criteria; Bias; Statistical tests.
• Support tools and proposal/report: Project management and the application of project management to research; Time management and the possibility of using aged data; Relationship between time management and project management in research; Layout of the proposal; Use of templates to ensure that it is in the required format; Proposal with detailed problem statement. Mini-literature review, objectives, research methodology and research questions; Completed article that meets with Accredited Journal requirements.
• Design and Methodology and data discussion: Differences between research methodology and research design; Explanations of where each one fits in; The role of research design; Challenges of differentiating between research design and research methodology; Types of research design; Generation of graphs, tables, statistical tests