Magic Glasses: a school-based health education package for the prevention of STH infections in schoolchildren

A clustered RCT looking at prevalence and intensity of STH infection, and hygiene/STH knowledge and practices. Prevalence and intensity of STH is measured using Kato-katz technique; questionnaires are used to collect data on hygiene and STH knowledge and practices.

Countries  South – East Asian Countries
Diseases STH
Drugs -
Research Discipline Population Health InterventionsSocial Science Research
Contact Person Suji O'ConnorProfessor Darren GrayProfessor Archie Clements
Link to Project
Partner Organisations or Research Institutions involved QIMR, UQ, Yunnan Institute of Parasitic Diseases, Hunan Institute of Parasitic diseases, Swiss Tropic and Public Health Institute
Approximate project duration 2013 - 2021