Australian Trachoma Surveillance Report 2014

Health Promotion

Page last updated: 30 October 2015

Summary form 4—Health Promotion

This form was forwarded from the jurisdictional co-ordinators to the National Trachoma Surveillance & Reporting Unit (NTSRU) for checking and analysis. It recorded Health promotions by regions, communities and schools.

The Health Promotion summary form was used to collect data at the community level when reporting on health promotion activities which included questions on:

These criteria's are grouped into the following options:

Method

  • One-on-one
  • Presentation to group
  • Interactive group session
  • Social marketing/internet
  • Print Material
  • Mass media
  • Sporting/community events
  • Other

Target Audience

  • 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

Frequency

  • 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 2014

Summary Form 4 – Health promotion form was used to collect data at the community level when reporting on health promotion activities which included questions on: Program name, Method of program, Target audience, Estimated coverage and Frequency.Top of page