Date of enrolment - retrospective data entry

Dear all,

Sorry for this series of questions…

Still on tracker.

We are doing some retrospective data entry to test a Tracker program.

We first enrol the patients in a programme A. On the registration form, we are allowed to modify the enrolment date (called date of admission) so that we can correctly do our retrospective data entry.

After completing this programme A, we would like to enrol the same patient in disease-specific program (programs B, C or D) to continue data entry. But when enrolling patients in a new program, we don’t have access to the enrolment date. It is automatically set up as of today.

Obviously, the main purpose of the tracker capture is to enter data prospectively, i.e. it should not be a problem in “real life”. But is there any mean of changing this behaviour and accessing the enrolment date when enrolling in a new program?

Best

Lise.

Dr. Lise Grout

Epidemiologist

World Health Organization

Department of Neglected Tropical Diseases (HTM/NTD/IDM)

Innovative and Intensified Disease Management Unit

20, Avenue Appia; CH-1211 Geneva 27

Tel. +41 22 791 2341

Mobile +41 79 290 68 61

Skype: tigrouveto

http://www.who.int/neglected_diseases

Dear Lise,

Can you send us some screenshots? If the enrollment is not yet created, you should be able to edit enrollment dates. Yes, it comes pre-populated with today’s date. But it is possible to edit.

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On Tue, Sep 6, 2016 at 8:07 AM, GROUT, Lise groutl@who.int wrote:

Dear all,

Sorry for this series of questions…

Still on tracker.

We are doing some retrospective data entry to test a Tracker program.

We first enrol the patients in a programme A. On the registration form, we are allowed to modify the enrolment date (called date of admission) so that we can correctly do our retrospective data entry.

After completing this programme A, we would like to enrol the same patient in disease-specific program (programs B, C or D) to continue data entry. But when enrolling patients in a new program, we don’t have access to the enrolment date. It is automatically set up as of today.

Obviously, the main purpose of the tracker capture is to enter data prospectively, i.e. it should not be a problem in “real life”. But is there any mean of changing this behaviour and accessing the enrolment date when enrolling in a new program?

Best

Lise.

Dr. Lise Grout

Epidemiologist

World Health Organization

Department of Neglected Tropical Diseases (HTM/NTD/IDM)

Innovative and Intensified Disease Management Unit

20, Avenue Appia; CH-1211 Geneva 27

Tel. +41 22 791 2341

Mobile +41 79 290 68 61

Skype: tigrouveto

http://www.who.int/neglected_diseases


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Abyot A. Gizaw.

Senior Engineer, DHIS2

University of Oslo

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Dear Abyot,

Thank you for your quick answer!

So when I enrol the patient in the first program A (tracker_data_1), I can edit the date of enrolment both in the registration form and in the program stage itself. No problem.

But then when I enrol the same patient in a new program B (tracker_data_2), then I can still edit the “date of treatment” in the form (in green), but the date of enrolment in the program is as of today and cannot be edited (in red). Again, there may not be any problem in prospective data collection, but it would be nice to be able to edit it.

Have a nice evening!

Lise.

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Dear Lise,

Can you send us some screenshots? If the enrollment is not yet created, you should be able to edit enrollment dates. Yes, it comes pre-populated with today’s date. But it is possible to edit.

Abyot A. Gizaw.

Senior Engineer, DHIS2

University of Oslo

http://www.dhis2.org

On Tue, Sep 6, 2016 at 8:07 AM, GROUT, Lise groutl@who.int wrote:

Dear all,

Sorry for this series of questions…

Still on tracker.

We are doing some retrospective data entry to test a Tracker program.

We first enrol the patients in a programme A. On the registration form, we are allowed to modify the enrolment date (called date of admission) so that we can correctly do our retrospective data entry.

After completing this programme A, we would like to enrol the same patient in disease-specific program (programs B, C or D) to continue data entry. But when enrolling patients in a new program, we don’t have access to the enrolment date. It is automatically set up as of today.

Obviously, the main purpose of the tracker capture is to enter data prospectively, i.e. it should not be a problem in “real life”. But is there any mean of changing this behaviour and accessing the enrolment date when enrolling in a new program?

Best

Lise.

Dr. Lise Grout

Epidemiologist

World Health Organization

Department of Neglected Tropical Diseases (HTM/NTD/IDM)

Innovative and Intensified Disease Management Unit

20, Avenue Appia; CH-1211 Geneva 27

Tel. +41 22 791 2341

Mobile +41 79 290 68 61

Skype: tigrouveto

http://www.who.int/neglected_diseases


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Dear Lise,

Hoping you are enrolling the tracked entity in the first program first say Mother tracker Program as show below which has enrollment date and you can pick past dates

While in the tracked entity dashboard, you will choose the other program C or B for this case say provider followup and support tool on demo. Once you have selected the second program click on Add New

And you will have access to edit the enrollment date into the new program

If you can also share the screen steps

NOTE: You are not able to change the enrollment date after the tracked entity has been enrolled. Abyot said this is because enrollment date is used for scheduling which could disorganize schedules.

Regards

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On Tue, Sep 6, 2016 at 9:07 AM, GROUT, Lise groutl@who.int wrote:

Dear all,

Sorry for this series of questions…

Still on tracker.

We are doing some retrospective data entry to test a Tracker program.

We first enrol the patients in a programme A. On the registration form, we are allowed to modify the enrolment date (called date of admission) so that we can correctly do our retrospective data entry.

After completing this programme A, we would like to enrol the same patient in disease-specific program (programs B, C or D) to continue data entry. But when enrolling patients in a new program, we don’t have access to the enrolment date. It is automatically set up as of today.

Obviously, the main purpose of the tracker capture is to enter data prospectively, i.e. it should not be a problem in “real life”. But is there any mean of changing this behaviour and accessing the enrolment date when enrolling in a new program?

Best

Lise.

Dr. Lise Grout

Epidemiologist

World Health Organization

Department of Neglected Tropical Diseases (HTM/NTD/IDM)

Innovative and Intensified Disease Management Unit

20, Avenue Appia; CH-1211 Geneva 27

Tel. +41 22 791 2341

Mobile +41 79 290 68 61

Skype: tigrouveto

http://www.who.int/neglected_diseases


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Prosper Behumbiize, MPH
Global DHIS2 Implementation| HISP Uganda/University Of Oslo
+256 752 751 776 | +256 776 139 139

prosper@hispuganda.org | prosper@dhis2.org | Skype: prospertb

Right, I see, thank you.

At the moment of enrolling in the new program B, I saw the profile was offered for editing, but I did not realize the date of enrolment was here. I did this step too quickly. It makes a lot of sense actually!

Thanks a lot for your help!

Best

Lise.

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Dear Lise,

Hoping you are enrolling the tracked entity in the first program first say Mother tracker Program as show below which has enrollment date and you can pick past dates

While in the tracked entity dashboard, you will choose the other program C or B for this case say provider followup and support tool on demo. Once you have selected the second program click on Add New

And you will have access to edit the enrollment date into the new program

If you can also share the screen steps

NOTE: You are not able to change the enrollment date after the tracked entity has been enrolled. Abyot said this is because enrollment date is used for scheduling which could disorganize schedules.

Regards

On Tue, Sep 6, 2016 at 9:07 AM, GROUT, Lise groutl@who.int wrote:

Dear all,

Sorry for this series of questions…

Still on tracker.

We are doing some retrospective data entry to test a Tracker program.

We first enrol the patients in a programme A. On the registration form, we are allowed to modify the enrolment date (called date of admission) so that we can correctly do our retrospective data entry.

After completing this programme A, we would like to enrol the same patient in disease-specific program (programs B, C or D) to continue data entry. But when enrolling patients in a new program, we don’t have access to the enrolment date. It is automatically set up as of today.

Obviously, the main purpose of the tracker capture is to enter data prospectively, i.e. it should not be a problem in “real life”. But is there any mean of changing this behaviour and accessing the enrolment date when enrolling in a new program?

Best

Lise.

Dr. Lise Grout

Epidemiologist

World Health Organization

Department of Neglected Tropical Diseases (HTM/NTD/IDM)

Innovative and Intensified Disease Management Unit

20, Avenue Appia; CH-1211 Geneva 27

Tel. +41 22 791 2341

Mobile +41 79 290 68 61

Skype: tigrouveto

http://www.who.int/neglected_diseases


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Prosper Behumbiize, MPH

Global DHIS2 Implementation| HISP Uganda/University Of Oslo

+256 752 751 776 | +256 776 139 139

prosper@hispuganda.org | prosper@dhis2.org | Skype: prospertb