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|
|Research Discipline||Population Health Interventions, Social Science Research|
|Contact Person||Suji O'Connor, Professor Darren Gray, Professor Archie Clements|
|Link to Project||https://rsph.anu.edu.au/research/projects/magic-glasses-research-progra…|
|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|