- February 13, 2013
- Jennifer Salerno
RAAPS has a variety of reporting capabilities. Let’s take a look at a few reports on adolescent risk behaviors.
Ad-hoc Report ~ Choose a question 1-21, highlight each set of data you would like included in the report. You may choose one or all sets of data to generate a report. If demographic data elements are chosen, the report will generate an additional % for the identified risk behavior distributed by the data elements chosen (Ex: #14 Have you ever had sex? Data elements of male and female were chosen. Report will generate % of males reporting having had sex, % of females reporting having had sex, % males reporting no history, % females reporting no history. In addition this report will also include a column with only those youth reporting having had sex and the % males and % females within this group). >>View report
Question Reports ~ Allows you to choose a RAAPS question 1-21 and timeframe for when surveys were completed (start and end dates). Report will generate number of youth answering “yes”, their registration ID numbers, and date survey was taken as well as all youth answering “no”, their ID numbers, and date survey was taken. Examples for use of this data include targeting clients for individual or group interventions based on their risk behaviors (example: smoking cessation group), and for targeted continuous quality improvement plans (CQIP) when reviewing charting, protocols, and standards of care for a particular health risk behavior (example: depression, sexual activity standards of care). >>View report
All Entered Youth ~ Demographic information that has been entered into the system will populate, whether or not a survey was completed by that youth. A total is calculated at the top of this report. >>View report
Completed Surveys ~ Report including all information entered for and by individual youth. >>View report
The next weekly blog post will feature additional reporting functions. If you are interested in learning about all reporting functions, visit the RAAPS website or view a demonstration of the RAAPS reports and how they are used.
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