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Iterative Design of an Immunization Information System in Pakistan

Samia Razaq, Amna Batool, Umair Ali, Muhammad Salman Khalid, Umar Saif, Mustafa Naseem
2016 Proceedings of the 7th Annual Symposium on Computing for Development - ACM DEV '16  
Routine early age child immunization is one of the most costeffective public health interventions.  ...  This paper builds upon previous work on user interface design for lowliterate users, and identifies techniques to iteratively design interfaces with government employees, who may be uncomfortable with  ...  The iterative application development shows the need for frequent and user centered approach in building solutions for real-life deployments.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3001913.3001925 dblp:conf/dev/RazaqBAKSN16 fatcat:uhlzg24w3vc4fir3a2y6mmx4nq

Understanding the EMR-Related Experiences of Pregnant Japanese Women to Redesign Antenatal Care EMR Systems

Samar Helou, Victoria Abou-Khalil, Goshiro Yamamoto, Eiji Kondoh, Hiroshi Tamura, Shusuke Hiragi, Osamu Sugiyama, Kazuya Okamoto, Masayuki Nambu, Tomohiro Kuroda
2019 Informatics  
First, we conducted a field-based observational study at an antenatal care clinic at a Japanese university hospital.  ...  Woman-centered antenatal care necessitates Electronic Medical Record (EMR) systems that respect women's preferences.  ...  It consists of records of the woman's pregnancy, delivery, and child development and health.  ... 
doi:10.3390/informatics6020015 fatcat:dfsv7mkrivfchpfol4hxa62are

Human-centered design for global health equity

Isaac Holeman, Dianna Kane
2019 Information Technology for Development  
First, we contextualize how the design discipline differs from conventional approaches to research and innovation in global health, by emphasizing craft skills and iterative methods that reframe the relationship  ...  As digital technologies play a growing role in healthcare, human-centered design is gaining traction in global health.  ...  His research interests include digital health, organizational ethnography, health equity, and human-centered design.  ... 
doi:10.1080/02681102.2019.1667289 pmid:32982007 pmcid:PMC7484921 fatcat:6hdlrdd25vd3fk4j4fh4mhj4g4

How Should Home-Based Maternal and Child Health Records Be Implemented? A Global Framework Analysis

Sruthi Mahadevan, Elena T. Broaddus-Shea
2020 Global Health: Science and Practice Journal  
Choice of appropriate contents within the record was noted as important for alignment with the health system and for end user acceptance, as were the design, its physical durability, and timely redesigns  ...  We sought to examine this research-to-practice gap and delineate the facilitators and barriers to the effective implementation and use of maternal and child health HBRs especially in low- and middle-income  ...  Acknowledgments: We give a huge thank you to Joanna Vogel at the World Health Organization (WHO) for initiating this project, conducting many of the key informant interviews with us, and for her guidance  ... 
doi:10.9745/ghsp-d-19-00340 pmid:32234843 pmcid:PMC7108936 fatcat:pj5zb2j6ubgpfmu3g4g433arh4

UI/UX integrated holistic monitoring of PAUD using the TCSD method

Erly Krisnanik, Tri Rahayu
2021 Bulletin of Electrical Engineering and Informatics  
The method used to design UI/UX is the task centered system design (TCSD) approach starting from the stages; 1) identification scope of use, 2) user centered requirement analysis, 3) design and scenario  ...  and use by users.  ...  the immunization schedule menu, the balanced nutrition schedule menu, the health care menu, and the PAUD monitoring report card menu.  ... 
doi:10.11591/eei.v10i4.3108 fatcat:4z6kocqcmva3zfxn3tbhnkqlxe

A multilevel analysis of the determinants of missed opportunities for vaccination among children attending primary healthcare facilities in Kano, Nigeria: Findings from the pre-implementation phase of a collaborative quality improvement programme

Abdu A. Adamu, Olalekan A. Uthman, Muktar A. Gadanya, Olatunji O. Adetokunboh, Charles S. Wiysonge, Kwasi Torpey
2019 PLoS ONE  
We aimed to determine the factors that are responsible for missed opportunities for vaccination (MOV) among children aged 0-23 months attending primary health care (PHC) facilities in Nassarawa, Kano State  ...  We would also like to thank the Primary Health Care Coordinator of Nassarawa  ...  This can improve access to immunization for all child users of health services in the PHC facilities as well as accompanying children.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0218572 pmid:31291267 pmcid:PMC6619653 fatcat:5iip7anohna5vbl5orteorxu4e

Three Waves of Data Use Among Health Workers: The Experience of the Better Immunization Data Initiative in Tanzania and Zambia

Laurie Werner, Dawn Seymour, Chilunga Puta, Skye Gilbert
2019 Global Health: Science and Practice Journal  
Two key aspects of the interventions were an electronic immunization registry and tools and practices to strengthen a culture of data use.  ...  These waves clearly demonstrated the growing ability of health workers to move from data collectors to data analyzers who began to focus on the data quality and then the value of using the data in their  ...  Acknowledgments: We would like to acknowledge the governments of Tanzania and Zambia, and, in particular, the staff of the immunization programs and the health workers of the Arusha, Tanga, and Kilimanjaro  ... 
doi:10.9745/ghsp-d-19-00024 pmid:31558600 pmcid:PMC6816809 fatcat:fqz5omtqwjeihpb7bgcrx6xl6u

Dr 1.3: Evaluation Of Pal Prototype Supporting Knowledge And Awareness

Rosemarijn Looije, Francesca Sacchitelli, Olivier Blanson-Henkemans, Mark Neerincx, Sylvia van der Pal, Francesco Sardu
2017 Zenodo  
Furthermore, this approach provides quick, incremental, and iterative generate-and-test cycles.  ...  Diabetes care has moved to an approach that is more patient-centered and places the patient with diabetes and his or her family at the focus of the care model, working in collaboration with healthcare  ...  Reciprocal self-disclosure is an integral part of social bonding between humans that has received little attention in the field of human-agent interaction.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.344034 fatcat:sjebjpu5cvco7li4mgv434je7m

A process evaluation of the quality improvement collaborative for a community-based family planning learning site in Uganda

Christine Kim, Ramadhan Kirunda, Frederick Mubiru, Nilufar Rakhmanova, Leigh Wynne
2019 Gates Open Research  
Results: The quality improvement (QI) process strengthened linkages between health services provided in communities and health centers.  ...  We found positive trends in the number of women on an FP method, the number of returning clients and the number of couples counseled.  ...  Finally, we acknowledge the Busia Center of Excellence Learning Site QI team members, including the District Health Office officials, Dr.  ... 
doi:10.12688/gatesopenres.12973.2 fatcat:jueuoscjkzchvcexpdkdv4g3ai

A process evaluation of the quality improvement collaborative for a community-based family planning learning site in Uganda

Christine Kim, Ramadhan Kirunda, Frederick Mubiru, Nilufar Rakhmanova, Leigh Wynne
2019 Gates Open Research  
Results: The quality improvement (QI) process strengthened linkages between health services provided in communities and health centers.  ...  We found positive trends in the number of women on an FP method, the number of returning clients and the number of couples counseled.  ...  Finally, we acknowledge the Busia Center of Excellence Learning Site QI team members, including the District Health Office officials, Dr.  ... 
doi:10.12688/gatesopenres.12973.1 pmid:31392298 pmcid:PMC6650767 fatcat:thzd2bvzhrdulii7hivzjpsqgq

Identifying Successful Practices to Overcome Access to Care Challenges in Community Health Centers

Tammy Toscos, Maria Carpenter, Mindy Flanagan, Kislaya Kunjan, Bradley N. Doebbeling
2018 Health Services Research & Managerial Epidemiology  
Helping patients find the least expensive options for transportation, insurance, and medication was the most compelling patient-centered strategy.  ...  Interview transcripts were subjected to thematic analysis to identify patient-centered solutions for managing access challenges to primary care for underserved populations.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors thank Ayten Turkcan, Amy Olson Miller, Iman Mohammadi, and patients/staff of participating community health centers.  ... 
doi:10.1177/2333392817743406 pmid:29552599 pmcid:PMC5846905 fatcat:n5xgxcchgjbhrfhlbmzwcoyike

Common Functional User Requirements for Electronic Registries Supporting the Provision of Contraceptive Methods

Esther Inau
2021 figshare.com  
Standardized electronic registries are increasingly becoming an entry point to adopting client health records and facilitating population-level tracking of health services.  ...  ensuring their acceptability among users and applicability to clinical domains.  ...  are the approaches used to facilitate user-centered design. 32 They include: i.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.13550567.v1 fatcat:n7fwhwiv2rc2bc72luwt54jj3q

Abstracts From the 24th Annual Health Care Systems Research Network Conference, April 11–13, 2018, Minneapolis, Minnesota

2018 Journal of Patient-Centered Research and Reviews  
is a peerreviewed scientific journal whose mission is to communicate clinical and bench research findings, with the goal of improving the quality of human health, the care of the individual patient, and  ...  as not only an ethical approach to research but also an important way to make research more applicable and relevant to the ultimate end-user: the patient.  ...  Methods: We used an iterative mixed-methods approach that combines thematic qualitative analysis with hierarchical clustering to produce a patterned heatmap ("ethnoarray").  ... 
doi:10.17294/2330-0698.1630 fatcat:ucdf7vazvjdwnd3zrkpob46fp4

8th Canadian Immunization Conference

2008 Canadian Journal of Infectious Diseases and Medical Microbiology  
Health charts, immunization cards and registries may not contain a complete immunization record.  ...  about the immunization services provided in primary health care centers.  ...  An assortment of studies have tested various active immunization strategies as an alternative to HBIG treatment with conflicting results.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2008/123152 fatcat:k57tbeytazhd3hypnuqnspzsnu

Developing and implementing national health identifiers in resource limited countries: why, what, who, when and how?

Eduard J. Beck, J. Mark Shields, Gaurang Tanna, Gerrit Henning, Ian de Vega, Gail Andrews, Philippe Boucher, Lionel Benting, Jesus Maria Garcia-Calleja, John Cutler, Whitney Ewing, Boonchai Kijsanayotin (+16 others)
2018 Global Health Action  
In a country with robust civil protections, this should be given at birth, be unique to the individual, linked to vital registration services and recorded every time that an individual uses health services  ...  Many resource-limited countries are scaling up health services and health-information systems (HISs).  ...  health services.  ... 
doi:10.1080/16549716.2018.1440782 pmid:29502484 pmcid:PMC5912435 fatcat:dxpmfbi5pjftfgjhw4atokf5ii
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