Volume 10 — May 16, 2013
Cooperative Strategies to Develop Effective Stroke and Heart Attack Awareness Messages in Rural American Indian Communities, 2009–2010
|Medium||Rocky Boy’s Reservation, Heart Attack, %||P Value||Fort Belknap Reservation, Stroke, %||P Value|
Figure 1. Survey respondents’ recall of radio and newspaper advertisements at baseline and postcampaign for Rocky Boy’s Reservation, and at baseline, postcampaign, and postmaintenance for Fort Belknap Reservation, Montana, 2008–2010.
|Period||Experience Sudden Symptoms That Would Not Go Away, %|
|Speech||P Value||Numbness||P Value||Paralysis||P Value|
Figure 2. Survey respondents who would call 9-1-1 if They Experienced Stroke Symptoms, at baseline, postcampaign, and postmaintenance, Fort Belknap Reservation, Montana, 2008–2010.
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