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Vietnamese: PATH, Chương trình Tiêm chủng mở rộng Quốc gia
Ngày nay, trong kỷ nguyên bùng nổ công nghệ thông tin, ứng dụng công nghệ thông tin số hoá công tác quản lý trên hệ thống sổ sách trong nhiều lĩnh vực trong...
PATH, Vietnam National Expanded Program on Immunization (NEPI)
As electronic medical records have come into more general use, medical information has become increasingly portable, personalized, and participatory. This has begun to stimulate patients to become...
Definition of HBR, functions and benefits of its use, designing the HBR, core content of HBR, Implementation. The website provides links to WHO recommendations on home-based records for maternal,...
Sonder Design Collective
Since Covid-19 vaccines have been rolled out at record speed in most countries, immunization programmes have had to quickly adapt or develop monitoring systems and tools. While digital systems have...
Mahadevan S, Broaddus-Shea ET
Authors 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...
Berhane Y, Pickering J
A field trial to assess the effectiveness of a reminder sticker in reducing immunization dropout rates was conducted in two districts of Addis Ababa between 14 October 1991 and 31 January 1992. A...
Wallace AS et al.
Limited evidence is available about the effectiveness of strategies to remind caregivers when to bring children back for future vaccinations in low- and middle-income country settings. We evaluated...
Brown DW
Current evidence gaps prohibit recommending one form of home-based record over another. Author comments on an article by Nakamura.
Tarwa et al
The purpose of the study was to assess whether the Road to Health Card (RTHC) was adequately completed and interpreted at primary, secondary and tertiary care levels in South Africa.
Kitenge et al
This study sought to determine the challenges faced by professional nurses in monitoring the Road to Health Car (RTHC) during consultation, the degree of implementation of the RTHC programme, and the...
Osaki K, Aiga H
Home-based records have been used in both low- and high-income countries to improve maternal and child health. We define a function–capacity conceptual framework for home-based records showing how...
Brown DW, Bosch-Capblanch X, Shimp L
Recent WHO guidelines point to knowledge gaps about home-based records despite their widespread use. Future research should explore their impact on health outcomes, challenges including production...
Olivia Magwood, Victoire Kpadé, Kednapa Thavorn, Sandy Oliver, Alain D. Mayhew, Kevin Pottie
Home-based records (HBRs) may improve the health of pregnant women, new mothers and their children, and support health care systems. We assessed the effectiveness of HBRs on maternal, newborn and...
Olivia Magwood, Victoire Kpadé, Ruh Afza, Chinedu Oraka, Jennifer McWhirter, Sandy Oliver, Kevin Pottie
Mothers, caregivers, and healthcare providers in 163 countries have used paper and electronic home-based records (HBRs) to facilitate primary care visit. These standardized records have the potential...
JSI
Presentation made at the EPI Managers Meeting for East and South African Region in March 2018. Talks about the Zimbabwe and Kenyan experiences with home-based records
David W. Brown, Collins TABU, Ikechukwu Udo OGBUANU
Homemade home-based records (HBRs) are often used to replace official HBRs during stock-outs. By their nature, homemade HBRs are often ad hoc in form and lack structure which may lead to...
BCGI LLC
Report describing results of a digital image review and assessment of home-based record durability and recording practices. HBR images obtained as part of Missed Opportunities for Vaccination...
OSAKI K et al
Investigators conducted a health centre-based randomized trial, with a 2-year follow-up. Intervention included (i) maternal and child health handbook provision at antenatal care visits; (ii) records...
Brown DW, Gacic-Dobo M
Home-based records (HBRs) are an important tool for recording and communicating within primary healthcare service delivery. Unfortunately, HBRs are currently unable to fulfil their intended purpose...
Hasman A, Rapp A, Brown DW
This commentary further raises awareness of the role of home-based records within immunization service delivery, describes a user-centered focused workshop conducted in South Asia in March 2016 and...
Young SL et al.
BACKGROUND: Data on home-based records (HBRs) practices within national immunization programmes are non-existent, making it difficult to determine whether current efforts of immunization...
Brown DW et al.
Home-based child vaccination records play an important role in documenting immunization services received by children. We report some of the results of a review of home-based vaccination records from...
Brown DW, Gacic-Dobo M
This paper reports ever and current home-based record prevalence from 180 Demographic and Health Surveys conducted in 67 countries. Results show that despite improvements in the availability,...
Annicka Reuss, Anette Siedler, Christina Poethko-Müller, Dietmar Walter, Gabriele Poggensee, Sabine Reiter, Thorsten Rieck
Immunisation registers are regarded as an appropriate solution to measure vaccination coverage on a population level. In Germany, a decentralised healthcare system and data protection regulations...
Melody Miles et al.
Immunization programs frequently rely on household vaccination cards, parental recall, or both to calculate vaccination coverage. This information is used at both the global and national level for...
Kumanan Wilson et al.
Digital technology has created an opportunity to reenvision the traditional immunization paper record. We describe our experience developing a government endorsed mobile immunization record in...
World Health Organization (WHO)
This practical guide, developed by WHO in consultation with partners, is intended to provide direction to immunization programme managers and other national health programmes on how to improve the...
Osaki- Keiko, Hattori- Tomoko & Kosen- Soewarta
BACKGROUND: The provision of appropriate care along the continuum of maternal- newborn- and child health (MNCH) service delivery is a challenge in developing countries. To improve this- in the 1990s-...
David W. Brown
The child immunization card is an inexpensive yet effective instrument for systematically recording the vaccines received by a child. Moreover, the card can enhance health professionals\' ability to...
Cameron P. Bell, Katherine M. Atkinson, Kumanan Wilson
At present, proof of immunization against diseases such as yellow fever is required at some international borders in concordance with the International Health Regulations. The current standard, the...