Interactions between malaria workers and clinical malaria patients in Jepara District, Indonesia.

Abstract

In a one-year longitudinal study of all clinical malaria cases treated by the Village Malaria Workers (VMWs) during 1999-2000, data on health-seeking behavior during a seven-day illness period were collected using a diary; 24 interactions were audiotaped. The results showed that 87% of cases had been treated by the VMWs on day four of the illness period. On day two, the percentage not treated was significantly higher in male as compared with female cases (p = 0.01) and in those below 15 years of age as compared with those 15 years and older (p

Citation

Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health (2007) 38 (6) 959-970

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