1 edition of needs assessment for adolescent friendly health services (AFHS) in [name of district]. found in the catalog.
needs assessment for adolescent friendly health services (AFHS) in [name of district].
uuuu by Child Health and Development Centre, Makerere University in [Kampala] .
Written in English
|Contributions||Arinaitwe, Loyce K.|
|LC Classifications||RJ103.U33 N44 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <1-3 >:|
|LC Control Number||99894181|
Sweden is among the few countries where youth-friendly health-care services have been integrated within the public health system and sustained for a long time. Professionals considered that they should approach youths as equals, avoid adult-centric, patronizing attitudes and be aware of how their own prejudices about youths could affect their communication with youth people. Young people without adequate family support are particularly vulnerable to risky behavior and poor health and therefore often require additional support in health service settings Chapter 4. One result of such barriers and deficits is poorer health.
This program is lost for almost three years in our health facility. Health services fulfill the needs of all young people. Any information that could expose the identity of the informants was removed from the transcripts. In addition, MOHSW staff conducted two-day workshops for them in several regions to explain why the national quality standards had been developed and what contribution they could make to ensure that they were achieved in health facilities under their jurisdiction. Informant 4, Setting 2. Furthermore, even in places where such initiatives existed, they were benefiting very small numbers of adolescents, resulting in low coverage.
Here it is possible that they can come with an open question and then we help them place it in the right box. Informants also mentioned that those youths who might be in most need i. Recommendation 2: As part of an enhanced primary care system for adolescents, health care providers and health organizations should fo- cus attention on the particular needs of specific groups of adolescents who may be especially vulnerable to risky behavior or poor health because of selected population characteristics or other circumstances. Data collection tools were adapted from the WHO [ 8 ] and national guidelines.
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Informants considered that ensuring that youth clinics were perceived as different from other health-care services was important, since young people must feel that they can come to the YC to consult on things not directly related to specific physical or mental problems. When these characteristics are ad- dressed in the design of health services for adolescents, these services can offer high-quality care that is particularly attuned to the needs of this age group.
Good health services for adolescents include population-focused as well as individual and family services since the environment in which adolescents live, as well as the supports they receive in the community, are important Chapter 4.
Peer Review reports Introduction One in five Tanzanians is an adolescent [ 1 ]. While we felt their inclusion to be important, we were able to conduct only one interview and two focus group discussions with Chepang adolescents.
Contact with youths both forced professionals to be updated and constituted a great opportunity to keep themselves up to date. Two clinics were located in large cities, offering services Monday to Friday, and were located in a central area separated from other health-care facilities.
Unaccompanied young refugees… They do not have the opportunity to get to the youth clinic. For this recommendation to be realized, providers of adolescent pri- mary care services would need to give attention to the coordination and management of the specialty services young people often need.
The tradition is that it is a girl clinic and it becomes something like it is just girls who have problems. Each interview was read systematically and then the transcriptions were coded. HCPs were themselves aware of the discomfort that adolescents felt during consultations with them; often, adolescents regarded much older HCPs as senior guardians and would, therefore, hesitate to share their SRH issues.
Data Quality Assurance Data collectors were trained carefully on interview and observation procedure and question contents.
Finally, longitudinal studies are needed on the effects of both health-promoting and health-compromising behaviors that often emerge in the second decade of life and continue into adulthood. The purpose of PRAMS is to improve the health of mothers and infants by reducing adverse outcomes of pregnancy, such as low birth weight, infant mortality and morbidity, and maternal morbidity.
Under those circumstances, adolescents may not want a member of their own community, knowing if they were engaging in socially unacceptable sexual activity. One of the clinics had a guestbook needs assessment for adolescent friendly health services book the waiting room and also provided notepaper for the youths to write and put in a box anonymously.
To make progress toward universal health coverage, countries will need to transform how health systems respond to the health needs of adolescents. View the data platform Coming of age: adolescent health 24 September -- The world now has more young people than ever before — of the 7.
Qualitative data was collected through an interview checklist, facility observation, and client- provider interaction score sheets where all of them have equal weights.Because young people's views, particularly on the acceptability of health care, are central to the evaluation of adolescent-friendly health care, we undertook a systematic review to identify quantitative and qualitative studies of the adolescent friendliness of Cited by: adolescent-friendly health services.
• The objectives and agenda for a workshop to develop national quality standards for adolescent-friendly health services, and a facilitators guide to conduct the workshop. • A set of slides for the facilitator to use in conducting the workshop.
Needs assessment: a systematic and comprehensive assessment of the social and health needs of any person who appears to require community services.
2. Care plan: decided upon in conjunction with the service user and carers. It should list identified health and social needs, and planned interventions. The Child and Adolescent Needs and.Pdf Youth Friendly Services – A Checklist 22 Monitoring and Evaluation 23 Annex 1 25 Comprehensive Post Rape Care 25 Recommended Chacteristics of Youth Friendly Health Services 31 NATIONAL GUIDELINES FOR PROVISION OF YOUTH-FRIENDLY SERVICES (YFS) IN KENYA NATIONAL GUIDELINES FOR PROVISION OF YOUTH-FRIENDLY SERVICES (YFS) IN KENYA.Is Your Clinic Youth-Friendly?
Why, What, How, and What Next? Making Health Services Adolescent Friendly (WHO) Sexual and reproductive health needs of young people: Matching needs with systems. International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics, SInitiating Youth Friendly Services – A Checklist 22 Monitoring and Evaluation 23 Annex 1 25 Ebook Post Rape Care 25 Recommended Chacteristics of Youth Friendly Health Services 31 NATIONAL GUIDELINES FOR PROVISION OF YOUTH-FRIENDLY SERVICES (YFS) IN KENYA NATIONAL GUIDELINES FOR PROVISION OF YOUTH-FRIENDLY SERVICES (YFS) IN KENYA.