Injection Use and Practices in Uganda - EDM Research Series No. 014
(1994; 54 pages) Ver el documento en el formato PDF
Índice de contenido
Abrir esta carpeta y ver su contenido1. INTRODUCTION
Cerrar esta carpeta2. METHODOLOGY
Ver el documento2.1 Sampling frame
Abrir esta carpeta y ver su contenido2.2 User-oriented methods
Ver el documento2.3 Provider-oriented methods
Abrir esta carpeta y ver su contenido3. EXTENT OF INJECTION USE
Abrir esta carpeta y ver su contenido4. HYGIENE OF INJECTION PRACTICE
Abrir esta carpeta y ver su contenido6. CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
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Abrir esta carpeta y ver su contenidoLIST OF APPENDICES

2.1 Sampling frame

The sampling frame applied in the study was adapted from that proposed in the initial WHO research protocol The study was carried out over a period of four months, covering two regions: Busoga (Jinja, Iganga, and Kamuli districts) in Eastern Uganda and Ankole (Mbarara and Bushenyi districts) in Western Uganda. In each of the two regions, three different settings were selected: urban, semi-rural, and remote. In each of the three settings, two communities selected at the parish level (Resistance Council II) were included in the study. These communities were selected in such a way that they allowed for comparison in terms of relative distance to medical facility, household structure, and level of urbanization. Particular attention was also extended to conditions which determine the level of vulnerability to disease, for example the availability of clean water and the general economic conditions of the people in the area. In each of the six communities selected for each region, 60 households with children below the age of five years were randomly selected using the cluster sampling technique. Only families with children below the age of five were selected because these families experience many illness episodes, A total of 360 households in each region were visited.

Figure 1: Sampling frame Uganda study injection practices

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