|Title:||Schistosomiasis reinfection and community compliance in a primary health care participatory research project in Menoufia, Egypt|
|Authors:||Khairy, Amal A.M.|
|Abstract:||This study aimed to train local primary health care teams on sound scientific techniques for schistosomiasis case-finding, recording, treatment and follow-up in the context of primary health care; involve local community members in designing and conducting epidemiological research on schistosomiasis and follow-up of positive cases in collaboration with primary health care teams; and assess the impact of this methodology on community compliance to laboratory testing and treatment, besides the impact on rates of prevalence, intensity, incidence and reinfection|
Primary Health Care
Community-Based Participatory Research
|Appears in Collections:||EMRO Journal Articles (EMHJ)|
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