IHC secondary school resources

Building on the development and evaluation of the Informed Health Choices (IHC) primary school resources, in August 2019, we began a four-year project to develop and evaluate IHC learning resources for secondary school students in Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda. Our aim is to create flexible, digital resources that help young people make informed personal health choices and contribute to informed debate about health policies, and that can be adapted for use in other contexts.

The work will be carried out in two main stages. As we complete protocols for the studies within these stages, we will make them available below:

Development protocols
Human-centred design
Prioritisation and sequencing of IHC Key Concepts
– Context analysis (generic)
– Stakeholder engagement evaluation
– Overview of systematic reviews of teaching strategies

Evaluation protocols
– Outcome measures review/validation/development
– Randomised trials
– Process evaluations

Funding

The project is funded by the Research Council of Norway’s Programme for Global Health and Vaccination Research: Enabling sustainable public engagement in improving health and health equity.

Project application (10-pages, English)

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