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Year : 1992  |  Volume : 17  |  Issue : 4  |  Page : 161-163
Evaluation Of Knowledge Of School Children For The Role Of Health Educator In The Immunization Programme

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R.Y Aras

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School children from poor and illiterate families form an important resource group to raise health-consciousness of the community. As the immunization programmes is a vital health care activity to protect child health, training in this subject was considered, and a random sample of pupils from sixth standard of a Municipal school were trained on the basic knowledge of immunization schedule under the Universal Immunization Programme (U.I.P). After comparing the pre and post-testing scores of 32 boys and 35 girls, it was noticed that 60% of girls and 50% of boys obtained more than 40% marks. Training appeared to be more effective among girls than among boys (p).

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