DUE: 07 NOV 2023
The Data Quality Support Intern will implement data entry into facility based electronic systems and data collecting tools. S/He will be working closely with the District Health Information Office and the facility manager. The position is responsible for improving the quality of data generated by the facility. The Data Quality Support Intern will ensure SIE duties at facility level are done with implementation fidelity.
Utilize standard /electronic systems (EHR, ePMS, Epoc) and paper-based systems to produce appointments list, defaulters list and those who missed critical services like VL and TPT. Under the direction of the nurses, work with Expert Clients (CRFs) to triangulate the various data sources for the maintenance of a healthy cohort of clients on ART. Implement routine EPMS/EHR/electronic record audits and ensure electronic records are always up to date. Timely and accurately enter all program weekly, monthly, and quarterly data into ODK, Google sheets etc). Support data collection for rapid assessments, deep dives, and data calls to evaluate program implementation. Support the timely collection of all facility level reports to the district through existing MOHCC channels. Implement the standardized data consolidation meeting system. Provide feedback on the implementation of tools and provide inputs into new/revised tool.
Students studying towards a degree in mathematics, statistics, health sciences, or social sciences are encouraged to apply. For undergraduate students the industrial attachment/ work related learning period must be at least 10 months. Data visualization or data storytelling skills using Microsoft Excel, Power BI, or other relevant software. Outstanding quantitative and qualitative analysis skills.
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