Guide to Adapting and Using Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices (KAP) Surveys for Public Health Emergencies

At a glance

This guide shows how to adapt, locally pilot test, plan, and implement a community survey. It provides two example surveys developed in eastern Africa about Ebola-related knowledge, attitude, and practices. It also provides instruction on how to use these surveys and how to create and pilot test your own surveys. Once you have a survey that is ready to use, the guide reviews how to collect, store, analyze, and present your findings.

Format: DOCX
Language: English (US)
Size: 16 MB

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