Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision (VMMC) Notifiable Adverse Event (NAE) DATIM Data Entry Guide

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The Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision Notifiable Adverse Event (VMMC NAE) reporting data entry guide attached to this page should be used when making a report.

Users can access and enter these forms at the OU level. Contact your User Administrator via register.datim.org to request the proper access if you cannot see the Tracker Capture application or are unable to see the VMMC NAE report in the Tracker Capture app in DATIM.

For DATIM User Administrators, The VMMC NAE data stream is labeled “MCAE” in the DATIM User Administration App because of character length limitations (MCAE stands for Medical Circumcision Adverse Events). If you receive a request from a user to access VMMC NAE reporting, MCAE is the data stream to which you should give data entry rights.

Each VMMC NAE report created in DATIM will be assigned a “VMMC Unique ID”. This should be noted and will be used when referencing each form’s details. To look up an existing VMMC_NAE Report, use the “Search” button to search the VMMC_NAE Unique ID.

Finally, it is important to note that unlike other DATIM data streams, notifiable adverse events are reported throughout the year. There is no data entry period opening or closure. Rather, standard operating procedures should be followed for reporting the NAE into DATIM within the appropriate time frame.


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