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Development and pretest of the calendar of health education for schistosomiasis control

, : Development and pretest of the calendar of health education for schistosomiasis control. Chinese Journal of Schistosomiasis Control 17(4): 287-289

A study was conducted to transmit information on schistosomiasis control in the form of making a calendar with health education materials, and test its applicability to target audiences in endemic areas The calendar of health education for schistosomiasis control was made by skillfully combining a monthly calendar with corresponding information for schistosomiasis control on the basis of the sectors and characteristics of schistosomiasis transmission and in virtue of Spring Festival pictures which were used to transmit schistosomiasis control information. The pretest was carried out by using the focus group discussion and gate-keeper consultation. The design of the material attained the goal and request. However, some pictures and transmitted information of the monthly calendar should be modified. After modification, the calendar of health education for schistosomiasis control can be used in endemic areas of schistosomiasis.


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