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Reducing the Incidence and Mortality ofDiarrheal Disease in Rural Southern India:   Proposed Water Filtration and ORS     ...
OverviewBackgroundInterventionImplementationEvaluation
BurdenWorldwideIndiaTamil Nadu
Causal DeterminantsLevel 1       Level 2      Level 3       Level 4        Level 5                                        ...
Treatment DeterminantsAwarenessPerceptionsPreferences
Past and Current EffortsPoint-of-useTreatmentHygiene and sanitation
Proposed InterventionWater filtrationcampaign
Proposed InterventionORS EducationCampaign
Water Filtration Campaign:           ImplementationAwareness campaignTrain maintenance workersInstall filtersMaintain filt...
Water Filtration Campaign: Process              Evaluation
Water Filtration Campaign: Impact            EvaluationGoal: reduce incidence of under fivediarrheal through provision of ...
ORS Education Campaign:      Implementation PlanDesign curriculumIdentify mothersTrain community health workersAdminister ...
ORS Education Campaign: Process          Evaluation
ORS Education Campaign: Impact         EvaluationGoal: reduce under-five diarrheamortality through increased ORSknowledge,...
Strengths and ChallengesStrengths      Challenges Capacity       Changing building       behaviors   Trans-               ...
Implications Primary   • Safe drinking waterPreventionSecondary • Early diseasePrevention identification Tertiary  • Prope...
Contact InformationStephanie Barber, MPH candidatesbarber@wustl.edu.Erin Leege. MPH candidateekleege@gmail.com.Erin Richar...
AcknowledgementsDr. Zeena JoharSangeetha LakshmananSughaVazhvu GuidesICTPH StaffDr. Ramesh RaghavanDr. Ravi Chockalingam
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Final Presentation - TPS GI Team, on July 21, 2011 in Chennai on the Concluding Day of the Trans Disciplinary Problem Solving Course: co-taught by Washington University in St. Louis and ICTPH.

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  1. 1. Reducing the Incidence and Mortality ofDiarrheal Disease in Rural Southern India: Proposed Water Filtration and ORS Education Intervention Stephanie Barber Erin Leege Erin Richardson
  2. 2. OverviewBackgroundInterventionImplementationEvaluation
  3. 3. BurdenWorldwideIndiaTamil Nadu
  4. 4. Causal DeterminantsLevel 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Household IndividualWater tanks Pipes Water taps storage behaviors Point-of- Source Mid-source Point-of-use Point-of-use access
  5. 5. Treatment DeterminantsAwarenessPerceptionsPreferences
  6. 6. Past and Current EffortsPoint-of-useTreatmentHygiene and sanitation
  7. 7. Proposed InterventionWater filtrationcampaign
  8. 8. Proposed InterventionORS EducationCampaign
  9. 9. Water Filtration Campaign: ImplementationAwareness campaignTrain maintenance workersInstall filtersMaintain filters
  10. 10. Water Filtration Campaign: Process Evaluation
  11. 11. Water Filtration Campaign: Impact EvaluationGoal: reduce incidence of under fivediarrheal through provision of safedrinking waterDesign: retrospective cohort studyData: number of diarrhea cases reportedto providers and to ORS EducationCampaign, one year pre/post
  12. 12. ORS Education Campaign: Implementation PlanDesign curriculumIdentify mothersTrain community health workersAdminister ORS education
  13. 13. ORS Education Campaign: Process Evaluation
  14. 14. ORS Education Campaign: Impact EvaluationGoal: reduce under-five diarrheamortality through increased ORSknowledge, attitudes and behaviorsDesign: non-experimental pre/post testData: in home baseline and follow upsurveys at 2 weeks and 6 months
  15. 15. Strengths and ChallengesStrengths Challenges Capacity Changing building behaviors Trans- Datadisciplinary
  16. 16. Implications Primary • Safe drinking waterPreventionSecondary • Early diseasePrevention identification Tertiary • Proper ORS usePrevention
  17. 17. Contact InformationStephanie Barber, MPH candidatesbarber@wustl.edu.Erin Leege. MPH candidateekleege@gmail.com.Erin Richardson. MSW candidate.erin.marie.richardson@gmail.com.Washington University in St. LouisCampus Box 1196One Brookings DriveSt. Louis, MO 63130-4899
  18. 18. AcknowledgementsDr. Zeena JoharSangeetha LakshmananSughaVazhvu GuidesICTPH StaffDr. Ramesh RaghavanDr. Ravi Chockalingam
  19. 19. Thank you
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