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Protocol : Quality, Relevance and Comprehensiveness of Impact Mitigation Services Survey (QIMS) in Swaziland

ACCESS TO SERVICES ACQUIRED IMMUNODEFICIENCY SYNDROME AGED AIDS IMPACT BACK-UP BASIC NEEDS BLOOD PRODUCTS BRAIN BUSINESS ASSOCIATIONS BUSINESSES CANCERS CAREGIVERS CELL COUNT CERTIFICATES CHRONIC ILLNESS COLLECTION ACTIVITIES COMMUNITIES COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT CONSISTENT USE OF CONDOMS CONTACT INFORMATION CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEMS CULTURAL PRACTICE DATA ANALYSIS DATA ENTRY DATA SECURITY DAY-TO-DAY MANAGEMENT DEMOGRAPHIC IMPACTS DESCRIPTION DIET DISABILITY DISCRIMINATION DISEASE DISEASE CONTROL DISEASE OUTBREAK DISSEMINATION DRUG THERAPY DRUGS E-MAIL ECONOMIC CLIMATE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC STATUS EFFECTIVE PREVENTION ELDERLY ELECTRONIC DATA ELECTRONIC FORM EMERGENCY RESPONSE EMOTIONAL SUPPORT ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION EPIDEMIC EPIDEMICS EQUALITY OF OPPORTUNITY FAMILY HEALTH FAMILY HEALTH INTERNATIONAL FAMILY MEMBERS FEMALE FEMALES FOOD INSECURITY FOOD SECURITY FUNGAL INFECTIONS GENDER GENDER EQUALITY GENDER INEQUALITY GENDER ROLES GLOBAL HIV/AIDS HARD COPY HEALTH CARE HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS HIV HIV ANTIBODIES HIV INFECTION HIV POSITIVE HIV TRANSMISSION HIV/AIDS HOMELESS PEOPLE HOMES HOSPITAL HUMAN DEVELOPMENT HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS HUMAN RIGHTS HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS IDENTIFICATION INFORMATION ILLNESS ILLNESSES IMMUNE SYSTEM IMMUNE SYSTEMS IMMUNODEFICIENCY IMPLEMENTATION PLAN IMPLEMENTATION PROCESS INCOME INEQUALITY INFORMATION SECURITY INNOVATIONS INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY INTERFACE INTERNATIONAL BEST PRACTICE INTERVENTION INTERVENTIONS LEGAL FRAMEWORK LEGAL PROTECTIONS LEGAL SUPPORT LEGISLATIVE FRAMEWORK LIFE EXPECTANCY LOCAL AUTHORITIES MATERIAL MEDICAL TREATMENT MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS MINISTRY OF HEALTH MISSING VALUES NATIONAL AIDS NATIONAL POLICY NEGATIVE EFFECTS NETWORKS NUCLEOSIDE REVERSE NUMBER OF CHILDREN NUMBER OF HOUSEHOLDS NUMBER OF PEOPLE NUMBER OF PERSONS NUTRITION OPINION LEADERS OPPORTUNISTIC ILLNESS OPPORTUNISTIC ILLNESSES OPPORTUNISTIC INFECTIONS ORPHAN ORPHANS PANDEMIC PARTICULAR COUNTRY PERMANENT DISABILITIES PERSONS IN NEED PHONE PLAN OF ACTION PNEUMONIA PREMATURE DEATH PREVALENCE PREVALENCE RATE PRIMARY SCHOOL PROCUREMENT PROGRESS PROJECT MANAGEMENT PROTEASE INHIBITORS PROTOCOL PROTOCOLS PSYCHOSOCIAL SUPPORT PUBLIC SERVICES QUALITY ASSURANCE QUALITY CONTROL QUALITY OF LIFE QUALITY OF SERVICES QUERIES QUERY REFUGEE REFUGEE POPULATIONS RELIABILITY RESPECT RESULT RESULTS RISK OF EXPOSURE RISK OF TRANSMISSION SAFER SEX SAFETY SAFETY NET SAFETY NETS SCHOOL ENROLMENT SECURITY MANAGEMENT SERVICE PROVISION SEX SEX WORKERS SEXUAL CONTACT SEXUAL PARTNERS SHELTER SOCIAL SCIENCES SOCIAL SECURITY SOCIAL SECURITY SYSTEM SOCIAL WELFARE SUPERVISION SYMPTOMS THERAPY TRADE UNIONS TRAINING MATERIALS TRAINING SESSION TRANSLATION UNAIDS URBAN AREAS USER USERS USES VULNERABILITY VULNERABLE CHILDREN VULNERABLE GROUPS VULNERABLE POPULATIONS WOMAN WORKING HOURS YOUNG PEOPLE
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Washington, DC
Africa
2013-02-27T20:43:51Z | 2013-02-27T20:43:51Z | 2009-04

This publication presents a protocol to be used when implementing the Quality, Relevance and Comprehensiveness of Impact Mitigation Services (QIMS) Survey in Swaziland. It also serves as a supervision tool for the National Emergency Council on HIV and AIDS (NERCHA) to oversee implementation of the QIMS Survey. The protocol was initially written for the Pilot+ Survey field test of the draft QIMS questionnaire, and revised to reflect lessons learned. The protocol guides the management, methodology and procedures for the periodic QIMS and production of a report on the survey findings. Section 1 of the report describes the design of the protocol, the background of impact mitigation in Swaziland, and the rationale and objectives for the QIMS. Section 2 describes how to manage a QIMS survey. Section 3 lays out the procedures for start-up, field planning, survey, and sampling design. Section 4 describes the procedures for ethical approval, training, and questionnaire finalization. Section 5 describes the field preparations and implementation for the survey. Section 6 tells how the data was entered, validated, and cleaned up. Section 7 presents data analysis, report preparation, and disseminating and using the QIMS results

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