Female youth health promotion model in primary health care: a community-based study in rural Upper Egypt
AbstractThe health status of underprivileged young females is a global concern. This intervention study in rural Upper Egypt used an integrated approach to develop a model for primary care health promotion services to female adolescents. An initial household survey and focus group discussions identified the health problems of a sample of 671 adolescent women aged 12-20 years recruited from one village. Interventions included training courses for health care providers on relevant health topics and on client-provider interaction skills; community and local authority mobilization; and health education sessions and a special record system for the women. An increase was seen in the utilization of primary care services
El Nouman, A, El Derwi, D., Abdel Hai, R. & Abou Zeina, H. (2009). Female youth health promotion model in primary health care: a community-based study in rural Upper Egypt. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/117792
EMHJ - Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal, 15 (6), 1513-1524, 2009
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Se référant aux résolutions WHA21.49 et WHA22.53 sur la planification à long terme adoptées respectivement par la Vingt et unième et la Vingt-deuxième Assemblée mondiale de la Santé. Comité régional de l'Afrique, 24 (AFR/RC24/R6, 1974)