The Child Healthcare Problem Identification Programme

Welcome to the Child PIP version 3.1 online resource

This site contains the complete Child PIP Package.

What’s in version 3.1?

  1. The Child PIP v3.1 software installation programme
  2. The Child PIP SERVICE PACK 3 which converts earlier versions to v3.1 AFTER installation
  3. Version 3.1 Child PIP Training and Reference Manual
  4. Version 3.1 Training Programme slides
  5. Version 3.1 forms

The site has tools for:

  • Getting started
  • Learning the mortality review process
  • Doing the paperwork
  • Installing and using the new version 3.1 software
  • Using and presenting data in reports and slides
  • Organising a Child PIP training workshop

A complete version of the Child PIP Training Package is included on this site, as well as the South African Facility List (January 2010 version) and four important clinical references, namely the South African IMCI Chart Booklet (2009); the Primary Care EDL (2008); the Paediatric EDL (2006); and the WHO Pocketbook of Hospital Care for Children.

Using these references in conjunction with the Child PIP mortality review process should assist with improving the quality of care for children in your hospital and its drainage area.

Click here to install Adobe Acrobat Reader if you do not already have it (the Child PIP v3 programme requires Adobe Acrobat Reader).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Publications

Patrick M, Malherbe H, Stephen C, Woods D, Aldous C. Congenital disorders in South Africa: A review of Child Healthcare Problem Identification Programme (Child PIP) mortality data, 2005-2017. South African Medical Journal. 2018 Aug 1;108(8):647-53. https://hdl.handle.net/10520/EJC-100ee6f37d

Patrick M, Stephen C. Child PIP: Making mortality meaningful by using a structured mortality review process to improve the quality of care that children receive in the South African health system. South African Journal of Child Health. 2008 Jul 2;2(2):38-42. https://www.ajol.info/index.php/sajchh/article/view/41838

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