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Post-Discharge Care Counselling Videos - Luganda ~ Smart Discharges Komugisha, Clare; Trawin, Jessica; Mwaka, Savio; Kajumba Nsangi, Damalie; Kanyali, Charlene; DeKorne, Micah; Kenya-Mugisha, Nathan; Wiens, Matthew
<strong>Objective(s):</strong> Smart Discharges is a digital health program that uses individual-level risk prediction and intervention to increase effective health seeking behavior, improve health outcomes, and reduce mortality during the post-discharge period. Health workers aim to mitigate risk by educating caregivers on post-discharge care and by scheduling follow-up visits for at-risk children in their communities. <br /><strong>Data Description:</strong> This dataset includes an introductory video and caregiver discharge counselling videos on: 1) Hygiene; 2) Nutrition; 3) Breastfeeding; 4) Care Seeking; 5) Mosquito Net Use; 6) Medications; 7) Immunizations. Videos are available in English and local Ugandan languages of Acholi, Luganda, Lusoga, and Runyankole. This dataset contains the <strong> Luganda</strong> version. <br /><strong>Limitations:</strong> Videos were designed for the Ugandan context and may not be generalizable to other settings. <br /><strong>Abbreviations:</strong> Village Health Teams (VHT) (i.e. local term for Community Health Worker (CHW)) <br /><strong>Ethics Declaration:</strong> NA <br /><strong>Funding Source(s):</strong> BC Children's Hospital Foundation; Grand Challenges Canada; Mining4Life; Thrasher Research Fund;; <br /><strong>NOTE for restricted files:</strong> If you are not yet a CoLab member, please complete our <a href = "https://rc.bcchr.ca/redcap/surveys/?s=EDCYL7AC79">membership application survey</a> to gain access to restricted files within 2 business days. <br />Some files may remain restricted to CoLab members. These files are deemed more sensitive by the file owner and are meant to be shared on a case-by-case basis. Please contact the CoLab coordinator on <a href = "https://www.bcchr.ca/pediatric-sepsis-data-colab">this page</a> under "collaborate with the pediatric sepsis colab."
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