Accommodating Indigenous Nurse Initiated and Managed Antiretroviral Therapy (NIMART) reporting in a developing country context
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Financial reporting represents a critical tool in eliminating HIV across Papua New Guinea (PNG). Using the tenets of the theory of indigenous alternative reporting, this paper considers how the PNG Nursing Council may accommodate nurse-initiated and managed antiretroviral therapy (NIMART) reporting. Textual analysis of indigenous reporting expectations placed on the PNG Nursing Council are examined in a NIMART context to examine levels of reporting compliance exercised by council administrators from year-end reports (1980 to 2016) to accommodate NIMART reporting. The study revealed that the 2014 annual report of the PNG Nursing Council generated a 40% NIMART compliance rate, offering encouraging signs of financial reporting that could make room for NIMART reporting. The study suggested that local mechanisms could be used to meet local indigenous reporting expectations in order to adopt NIMART reporting. The study also has far-reaching implications for other developing country nursing councils wanting to develop NIMART reporting.
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