ID#: 19709
Photographed in May 2013, this image depicted a Haitian Field Epidemiology Training Program (FETP) resident in the foreground, who was in the process of recording the weight of a young female Haitian study participant, as a community volunteer was reciting the scale’s readout. Note that the FETP resident was wearing a shirt displaying the FETP HAITI logo, including the worn out shoe of the investigative, tireless epidemiologist. This study included the completion of a questionnaire, as depicted in PHIL 19708. These activities were part of a knowledge, attitude and practice (KAP) study, that was performed in the urban area of Ennery, in order to determine the prevalence of arterial hypertension. The three main activities of the study included the KAP interview, blood pressure recording, as well as the measurement of participants’ height and weight.
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Content Provider(s): CDC/ Apollon Destine Miracle, Haiti
Creation Date: 2013
Photo Credit: Apollon Destine Miracle, Haiti
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