Catch Up Community Clinics - Consent Received - Outcomed "Not Given"
Primarily for children where parents have given consent but were outcomed as "Not Given".
Search in a school for all children who were outcomed as not given – in the 'Consents Received' tab search for 'outcome processed' and look for a tick in the consent column and a cross in the outcome column.
Please note you may also want to move all other children who have a tick in the consent column and nothing in the outcome column.
Some of these may need triaging as per the standard procedure.
Once all the children have been identified for the clinic, move each child's consent from the school into the community clinic. In the child's home page view, in the Immunisations summary section on the right, click on the blue up-arrow next to the school name. In the next screen, search for the name of the clinic, then click on it when it appears. Then click on the blue button with the new clinic name on the bottom right of the window. IMPORTANT to make a note of the school that you are moving this child from.
When the child details are downloaded to the clinic on the iPad, RIVIAM will change any records with a status of "not given" to "not processed", which means they will be able to be outcomed. This only applies to children who had been previously outcomed at the school.
Any notes from when a child was previously outcomed as "not given" should appear on the iPad. Please check these notes before the child is vaccinated to ensure you know the original reason the child was marked as not given and that you are only vaccinating eligible children.
On the iPad, in the patient view, you will see a green tick in consent and a red cross in outcome for the children previously outcomed as not given. In their record, you can update the outcome and the notes.
If the vaccination is given RIVIAM will be updated as vaccinated.
Once the child has been outcomed at the clinic, their consent will have to be moved from the community clinic back into the original school for the purposes of reporting.
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