Chililab hdss, vietnam



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CHILILAB HDSS, VIETNAM


THE HANOI SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH
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Brief Introduction to CHILILAB HDSS

CHILILAB DSS is a field laboratory attached to the Hanoi School of Public Health in Vietnam. It is located in Chi Linh district of Hai Duong province in the northern part of Vietnam and is about 60 km northeast of Hanoi. The population base for this surveillance system is approximately 65,000 inhabitants who live in 3 townships and 4 communes across a land area of 137.5 square kilometers which are under rapid process of urbanization. Adolescents and young adults aged between 15-24 years account for approximately 20% of the total district population. The CHILILAB was formally established in early 2003. The pilot of the system was conducted between May 2003 to April 2004, within two communities in urban and rural areas of the district, with a total population of 2824 households (9540 inhabitants). In June 2004, the surveillance system was expanded to cover 3 townships and 4 communes, with the population of 16980 households (64500 inhabitants).


Objectives

  • To identify patterns and trends in morbidity and mortality in the district population periodically and longitudinally.

  • To identify socio-economic patterns in the population and the influence of these variables on population health.

  • To provide specific data on adolescent health (reproductive health, STI and HIV/AIDS, injury, mental health), as well as risk and protective behaviors

  • To implement community health intervention strategies in order to form a basis for developing health policies in the locality and elsewhere.

  • To improve procedures for data collection, analysis and application at the community level in a reliable and effective manner.

  • To strengthen the capacity of public health professionals by implementing public health researches conducted by PhD students.


Priority Research Areas

The three main priority areas for the foreseeable future are;



  • Trends in general mortality and morbidity under socio-economic changes.

  • Trends in health of adolescents and young adults (reproductive health, STD, HIV/AIDS, injuries) and risk and protective factors influencing their health and health behaviors.

  • Trends in non-communicable disease in response to changes in the socio-economic status of the population.


Completed Key Projects


Project name

Funder

Grand Period

Piloting the use of DALYs indicator in measurement of burden of diseases in Vietnam. A case study

Vietnam MOH

2003 -2005

Situation analysis and sustainable resource mobilization for health care activities at the grassroots level in Vietnam: A case study.

Ford Foundation

2004 -2005

Relationship between father involvement and child development (PhD dissertation)

Rockefeller Foundation

2004 -2005

Ectopic pregnancy and risk factors

Netherlands Embassy

2005

NCD risk factors surveillance using WHO stepwise approach

INDEPTH Network

2005

Exploring sexual experience of menopause women

Atlantic Philanthropies

2005

Utilization of prenatal and delivery care services in CHILILAB area:current situation and related factors

Hanoi School of Public Health

2006

Study on household health service utilization

China Medical Board

2006

KAP of poultry product users and poultry farmers regarding avian flue prevention

Atlantic Philanthropies

2006

Sex ratio at birth and related factors in the CHILILAB

Hanoi School of Public Health

2006

Intervention on increasing early diagnosis of ectopic pregnancy

Netherlands Embassy

2006 -2007

The pattern of disability and its relating factors in DESS population at Chi Linh District, Hai Duong Province.

China Medical Board

2005-2008



Ongoing Key Project


Project name

Funder

Grand Period

Establishment of surveillance system on adolescent health:

Module 1:Survey on basic Adolescent health and behavior

Module 2: Risk & Protective factors for Adolescent health

Module 3: Parent connectedness




Ford Foundation

2006-2009

HIV/AIDS Risks and Risk Environment among injection drug users in an urbanizing province in Vietnam: a situation assessment

China Medical Board

2007-2009

Incidence of Neonatal Hyperbilirubinemia, Risk Factors, and Barriers to Newborn Follow-up Care

Pacific Rim Graduate Fellowship

2008-2010


Human Resource at the site


Categories

Number

Research Scientists

6

Statisticians/ Bio -Statisticians

2

Filed Supervisors

9

Database and ICT

4

Field Workers

50

Administrative staff

3


Funders

  • China Medical Board of New York

  • INDEPTH Network

  • Ford Foundation

  • Atlantic Philanthropies

  • Netherlands Embassy


Collaborators

  • John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, USA

  • Tulane University – School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, USA


Minimum Dataset











Minimum requirements from sites

CHILILAB_2006











































Mortality



















Person Years







Deaths




Basic vital statistics




Age

Both sexes

Male

Female

Both sexes

Male

Female

 

Rates

<1

807

415

392

7

3

4

Crude birth rate

14.23657%o

1-4

3369

1736

1633

2

1

1

Total__7__2__7__65'>Total__56685__27449__29236__302'>Total fertility rate

1.82%o

5-9

4392

2293

2099

2

1

1

Crude death rate

5.327688%o

10-14

5171

2721

2450

5

4

1

Neonatal mortality rate

4.956629%o

15-19

5620

2854

2766

5

4

1

Post neonatal mortality rate

3.717472%o

20-24

4114

1854

2260

9

6

3

Infant mortality

8.674102%o

25-29

4111

1903

2208

13

11

2

Child mortality rate(1-4) per 1000 live birth

2.478315%o

30-34

4192

2078

2114

14

10

4

Underfive mortality per 1000 live birth

11.15242%o

35-39

3718

1801

1917

8

6

2

Crude rate of natural increase

0.89%o

40-44

4545

2212

2333

16

13

3

In-migration rate

4.60%o

45-49

5099

2396

2703

18

12

6

Outmigration rate

6.00%o

50-54

3382

1611

1771

16

11

5

Growth rate

-0.51%o

55-59

2367

1048

1319

18

12

6

 

 

60-64

1379

663

716

12

9

3

 

 

65-69

1547

727

820

20

11

9

 

 

70-74

1145

507

638

32

19

13

 

 

75-79

918

375

543

30

19

11

 

 

80-84

502

175

327

41

14

27

 

 

85+

307

80

227

34

11

23

 

 

Total

56685

27449

29236

302

177

125









Cause_of_death_by_broad_age_group__(From_HDSS_data_not_classified_by_Verbal_Autopsy_method_yet)'>Cause of death by broad age group

(From HDSS data not classified by Verbal Autopsy method yet)










Age group
















Cause

<1

1-4

5-14

15-44

45-64

65-84

85+

Total

Infectious diseases

2

0

1

14

16

22

3

58

noncommunicable diseases

3

1

3

21

39

96

31

194

injuries

2

1

3

30

9

5

0

50

Total

7

2

7

65

64

123

34

302









































Fertility

ASFR %o

Age

Women

Births (both) sexes

Male

Female




15-19

2766

52

23

29

18.7997108

20-24

2260

284

140

144

125.663717

25-29

2208

272

134

138

123.188406

30-34

2114

124

66

58

58.6565752

35-39

1917

57

25

32

29.7339593

40-44

2333

16

13

3

6.85812259

45-49

2703

2

2




0.73991861

Total

16301

807

403

404

363.640409


Key Publications

2008


 1. Nguyen, Nghị V; Lê, Linh C. The characteristics of puberty, knowledge of sex and unwanted pregnancy prevention of adolescents and youths: initial findings of youth and adolescent health in Chi Linh district – Hai Duong. ( Vietnam Prevention Health Magazine, No 6 (98): 25-37, 2008) (in Vietnamese). 

2. Le Cu Linh, Nguyen Thanh Nga, Nguyen Duc Thanh, Dao Hoang Bach. The real situation of adolescent and youth health in Chi Linh district, Hai Duong province: preliminary findings from Demographic Epidemiologic Surveillance System in Chililab. (Vietnam Journal of Public Health, No 10, 6/2008) (in Vietnamese).

3. Le Thi Vui, Le Cu Linh, Pham Viet Cuong. Demographic Epidemiologic Surveillance System in Chi Linh (CHILILAB): Preliminary Findings from 7/2004-6/2005. Vietnam Journal of Public Health. Vol. 7: 08-13, Jan 2007 (in Vietnamese).

4 Hoang Van Huynh, Le Cu Linh. The real situation and factors related to alcohol use of youths and adolescents in Chi Linh district, Hai Duong province, 2006. (Vietnam Prevention Health Magazine, Vol. 18, No 2 (94): 39-44, 2008) (in Vietnamese).

5. Hoang Van Huynh, Le Thi Vui. Sex ratio at birth and related factors in Chi Linh site, Hai Duong, 2005. ( Vietnam Public Health Journal, No 9, 12/2007) (in Vietnamese).

6. Bich Huu Tran.  Relationship between paternal involvement and child malnutrition in a rural area of Viet Nam. Food and Nutrition Bulletin, vol. 29, no.1, 2008. United Nations university.

7. Nguyen Thi Minh Thuy, Dang Sy Duy, Hoang Van Huynh, Quach Ngoc Quyen, Micheal Palmer. Disability rate in Chi Linh, 2007. Medicine Research Magazine, No 4, 2008, Medicine Publisher. (in Vietnamese)

8. Nguyen Thi Minh Thuy. The assistance and support needs of people with disabilities in Chi Linh district, Hai Duong province. (Medicine Research magazine, No 4, 2008, Medicine Publisher.

9. Nguyen Thi Minh Thuy, Quach Ngoc Quyen, Hoang Van Huynh, Dang Sy Duy, Micheal Palmer. Disability’s characteristics. ( Medicine Research Magazine, No 5, 2008, Medicine Publisher) (in Vietnamese).

10. Bui Thi Thu Ha, Le Minh Thi, Vu Hung Hieu, Dương Kim Tuan (2007). Finding of baseline survey on ectopic pregnancy in Chilinh district, Haiduong province. (Vietnam journal of Public health, No8, August,2007,p22-28) (in Vietnamese).

11.Nguyen Duc Hung, Bui Thi Thu Ha (2007). Risk factors related to ectopic pregnancy among women visiting Chilinh district health center. Vietnam journal of Public health. No 7, Jan, 2007,p32-37 (in Vietnamese).

12. (being process with editor on Journal of health education and Behavior)


Bui Thi Thu Ha, Le Minh Thi (2008). Community based intervention for early diagnosis of ectopic pregnancy in rural district of Vietnam . Manuscript number: HEB-D-09-00001.


SITE CONTACT DETAILS

Site Leader: Tran Huu Bích

Deputy Dean of The Hanoi School of Public Health

138 Giang Vo Str Ba Dinh – Hanoi

Tel: 84-4-2662390 Fax: 84-4-2662385

Email: thb@hsph.edu.vn

Web: http://www.hsph.edu.vn


Site Coordinator: Le Thi Vui

Tel: 84-4-2662331

Fax: 84-4-2662385

Email: ltv@hsph.edu.vn



Fax: 84-4-2662385



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