Status of 'P' reports under Integrated Disease Surveillance Programme (IDSP) in Jaipur district

Dr. Shirish Gupta, Dr. Amit Soni, Dr. Lovesh Saini, Dr. Anamika Tomar, Dr. Rajeev Yadav, Dr. Kusum Gaur
2019 Zenodo  
Abstract— Integrated Disease Surveillance Programme (IDSP) is very important programe in controlling the diseases commonly found in the area. Symptomatic (S Form), Presumptive (P Form) and Laboratory Confirmed (L Form) type of reporting is there under IDSP. Present study is to assess the status and quality of 'P' form reports of year 2016 in Jaipur district. For this study 2 District hospital, 4 CHCs and 8 PHCs were selected randomly as reporting units. Every 'P' report under Integrated Disease
more » ... Integrated Disease Surveillance Project (IDSP) for all the 52 weeks of the year 2016 from each selected study unit were included in the study. These reports were assessed in percentage of expected reports sent. Quality of reports were assessed in terms of completeness, timeliness and regularity. Present study found that overall 'P' reports of IDSP reports sent were 85.03% of 'P' reports expected to sent. Significantly less 'P' reports were sent by DH i.e. 47.12% of expected to send whereas CHC sent maximum i.e.92.31%. This study also found that overall 93.21% of 'P' reports were complete, 76.98% of 'P' reports were sent on time and all were regular. PHC sent maximum (95.21%) complete reports followed by at CHC (90.63%) and at DH (83.67%). 'P' reports were sent on time by DH, CHCs and PHCs in 83.67%, 80.73% and 76.98% respectively without significant variation. All the 'P' reports sent from every sampling unite was regular.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2654587 fatcat:tpxkqkag45afpho7th2mptok7u