Australian Trachoma Surveillance Report 2012

Data collection form—Health Promotion

Trachoma screening and management data for 2012 were provided to the National Trachoma Surveillance and Reporting Unit by the Northern Territory (NT), South Australia (SA), Western Australia (WA) and Queensland (Qld). Data were analysed by region in the NT, SA and WA, with five regions in the NT, four in SA and four in WA. Queensland screened six communities and its data was aggregated for analysis. Jurisdictional authorities had designated 204 remote Aboriginal communities as being at risk of endemic trachoma in 2012.

Page last updated: 23 December 2013

Summary form 4—Health Promotion

This form was forwarded from the jurisdictional coordinators to the NTSRU for checking and analysis. Its purpose was to record Health promotion by region, community and school.

Summary form 4—Health Promotion template allow data to be collected on method of health promotion, target audience, estimated coverage by percentage and frequency of health promotion activities. These were grouped by:
  • One –on-one
  • Presentation to group
  • Interactive group session
  • Social marketing/internet
  • Print Material
  • Mass media
  • Sporting/community events
  • Other
  • Health professional staff
  • Children/school students
  • Youth
  • Teachers/childcare or preschool staff
  • Care givers - e.g. Mothers
  • Community members
  • Community educators or health promoters
  • Interagency members
  • Occasional (2-4 times/year)
  • Regular (5-12 times/year)
  • Ongoing/routine (daily/weekly)
  • please specify duration

Note the below image is a sample only. For further information, refer to the PDF document Australian Trachoma Surveillance Report 2012

This form was forwarded from the jurisdictional coordinators to the NTSRU for checking and analysis. Its purpose was to record Health promotion by region, community and school.

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