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Table 2 Views of respondents on the design and implementation of eIDSR

From: Electronic reporting of integrated disease surveillance and response: lessons learned from northeast, Nigeria, 2019

Theme Queries Yes (%) No (%) Total
The relevance of the eIDSR eIDSR designed according to Nigerian Context 45 (100) 0 (0) 45
Staff trained before implementation of eIDSR 44 (98) 1 (2) 45
Staff received supportive supervision during implementation of eIDSR 42 (93) 3 (7) 45
eIDSR suitable for health facilities reporting 20 (95) 1 (5) 21
Project progress and effectiveness Alert detected in the last 3 months by the system 25 (56) 20 (44) 45
The time lag of 2 h or less between detection and reporting of alerts 28 (62) 17 (38) 45
eIDSR data analyzed at the local levels 7 (33) 14 (67) 21
eIDSR used for action at the health facility levels 44 (98) 1 (2) 45
Implementation of eIDSR added burden to the work of the staff 19 (42) 26 (58) 45
eIDSR is a cost-effective option for public health surveillance in Nigeria 20 (95) 1 (5) 21
Efficiency eIDSR reflects the efforts staff put into the surveillance system 16 (76) 5 (24) 21
The system will contribute to e-surveillance in the long term 21 (100) 0 (0) 21