What is the Child Health Care Problem Identification Programme?

The Child Health Care Problem Identification Programme (ChildPIP) is an important and innovative computer-based system to collect, analyse and report on childhood mortality data. It was developed in South Africa and is modelled on the highly successful Perinatal Problem Identification Programme (PPIP).

The aim of ChildPIP is to determine the mortality rates, causes of death and modifiable factors which may prevent childhood deaths. This should improve the quality of care that children receive in the health service.

Figure 15.1 shows the data collection sheet for childhood deaths from ChildPIP.

1 thought on “What is the Child Health Care Problem Identification Programme?

  1. I would like to be guided on the programme -SOP on how to capture and export after capturing.

    Am a Paediatric Nurse Manager -Specialist in the DCS TEAM


    Ntebaleng Pitso

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