Diagnosis of vaccination rooms in Brazilian primary health care units participating in the PlanificaSUS project, 2019
Keywords:Vaccination, Primary Health Care, Immunization Programs, Quality of Health Care
Objective: To describe the diagnosis of vaccination rooms in basic health units in Brazil. Methods: Cross-sectional study carried out with secondary data from a convenience sample from 25 rooms. Checklist results adapted from the Vaccination Room Supervision Instrument of the National Immunization Program in 2019 was used, presenting dimensions: General Organization, General Aspects, Technical Procedures, Refrigeration, Information System, Adverse Events Following Immunization (AEFI), Special Immunobiologicals, Epidemiological Surveillance and Health Education. General and dimensional score percentages were described as median, interquartile range, minimum and maximum values. Results: The general median was 77.1%, higher for Health Education (100,0%) and Refrigeration (86.7%), and lower for Special Immunobiologicals (50.0%) and General Organization (58.3%). Conclusion: The use of the checklist allowed the diagnosis in different Brazilian macro-regions, with intra and inter-regional differences being found in the dimensions, and in general presenting positive results and opportunities for improvement.
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