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|Title:||Results of pre- and post-testing-teachers subjected to in-service training in health education|
|Authors:||Isely, Raymond B.|
Candy, Darryll J.
|Periodical:||Journal of Tropical Pediatrics|
|Abstract:||Intensive in-service training in health education to primary school teachers in the South Central Cameroon was productive of significantly improved scores cm information post-tests as compared with pre-tests using the same instrument. Prior education seems to influence pro- and post-test results when taken in isolation from each other, but seems to make little or no difference to pro- to post-test improvements. The approach to school health education described in this paper is recommended for further use in rural primary schools of developing countries. It seemingly produces at least initial improvements in information levels, not an unimportant result. Ref., tab.|