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eRegistries Research Studies

Cluster Randomized Controlled Trials

Study site: Palestine

eRegQual: Electronic health registry with interactive checklists and clinical decision support for improving quality of antenatal care

Trial registration: ISRCTN, ISRCTN18008445

The eRegistry can host electronic point-of-care tools for health workers that can support healthcare delivery. eRegistry’s interactive checklists and clinical decision support serve the dual purpose of patient care and data capture.

The eRegQual study is embedded within the national implementation of the MCH eRegistry in the West Bank, Palestine. We will assess if and how the eRegistry’s interactive checklists with clinical decision support changes care processes for pregnant women.

eRegTime: Electronic health registry use by care providers in primary healthcare- a time and motion sub-study

We will conduct a time and motion study to compare changes in workflow and time taken for documentation in the primary healthcare clinics with and without the eRegistry.

Project team:

Prinicipal Investigator: J. Frederik Frøen, Norwegian Institute of Public Health / Center for Intervention Science in Maternal and Child Health (CISMAC), University of Bergen

Project leader, implementation: Buthaina Ghanem, Palestinian National Institute of Public Health, World Health Organization, Ramallah, Palestine

Post-doctoral fellow: Kjersti Mørkrid Blom-Bakke, Norwegian Institute of Public Health

PhD candidates: Mahima Venkateswaran, Binyam Bogale Bungudo, Norwegian Institute of Public Health / Center for Intervention Science in Maternal and Child Health (CISMAC), University of Bergen

Master students: Marie Hella Lindberg (University of Oslo), Kim Frost (University of Oslo)

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Publications:

  • Venkateswaran.M., Mørkrid.K., Ghanem.B., Abbas.E., Abuward.I., Baniode.M., Ole Frithjof Norheim.O.F., Frøen J.F. eRegQual: An electronic health registry with interactive checklists and clinical decision support for improving quality of antenatal care – study protocol for a cluster randomized trial (submitted).

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