The Eta measures the patients’ ability to comply and adhere with clinical regimes to manage, maintain and prevent their health care status.

The ETA is used to measure the performance of the primary healthcare service to diagnose timeously, to inform and educate the patient correctly, to monitor patient outcome appropriately.

The difficulty level of the ETA is at professional nurse, therapist and general medical practitioner level.

The Eta has 8 constructs and each having 7 intervals.

Training and accreditation of the ETA takes 6 hours.

The Eta is currently undergoing validation testing.