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Electronic recording and reporting for tuberculosis care and control
  • Published Date:
    c2012
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Electronic recording and reporting for tuberculosis care and control
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  • Corporate Authors:
    World Health Organization
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  • Description:
    1. Identifying general requirements -- 2. Identifying detailed requirements -- 3. Selecting a solution -- 4. Implementing an electronic recording and reporting system -- Annex 1. Development of this document.

    "This guide on electronic recording and reporting is the result of a major collaborative effort involving 9 agencies and institutions and 21 individuals. This document was funded by the United States Agency for International Development under the USAID Tuberculosis CARE I, Cooperative Agreement No. AID-OAA-A-10-000020. Development of the guide was led by the World Health Organization (WHO) in close cooperation with the KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation (KNCV) and Management Sciences for Health (MSH). Hazim Timimi in the WHO Stop TB Department’s TB monitoring and evaluation team coordinated the production of the document, under the guidance of Katherine Floyd and Philippe Glaziou." --p. v

    "Adopting electronic recording and reporting is not simply about choosing a piece of software: it is also about changing how people work. This is not a simple undertaking. This document introduces the key questions to be considered and illustrates what the questions, options and recommendations mean in practice by drawing on examples of recent experience from a variety of countries. It is an essential resource for all those planning to introduce electronic recording and reporting systems for TB care and control, or to enhance existing systems."--p. [4] of cover.

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