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Gender, Behavior, and HealthSchistosomiasis Transmission and Control in Rural Egypt$
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Samiha El Katsha and Susan Watts

Print publication date: 2004

Print ISBN-13: 9789774247286

Published to Cairo Scholarship Online: September 2011

DOI: 10.5743/cairo/9789774247286.001.0001

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Research Concepts, Methods, and Procedures

Research Concepts, Methods, and Procedures

(p.68) 6 Research Concepts, Methods, and Procedures
Gender, Behavior, and Health

Samiha El Katsha

American University in Cairo Press

An important aspect of the study was the exploration of “process”—what went on at the side of the canal, during a visit to a rural health center, or during an education workshop, and what these activities meant to the various actors involved. Researchers who have conducted observational studies recognize that there is no “best” way to conduct water contact studies, and that they should be designed to answer specific research questions. The community-based and environmental activities involved collaboration with other ministries, in addition to the Ministry of Health, and were characterized by a preventive approach. All findings from studies in rural health units and schools, as well as environmental conditions and interventions, were presented to the Ministry of Health.

Keywords:   exploration, canal, ministries, collaboration, rural health

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