Hepatitis E Virus: Need Assessment
• This need assessment will be geared towards filling the educational gap about Hepatitis E Virus (zoonotic diseases/ food safety) in 4H members and members of family and consumer sciences.
• This assessment will likely be completed by 4H facilitators and Food and Consumer Science educators.
• From this assessment we can develop an effective way to teach and communicate children and community members about Hepatitis E Virus.
• From this assessment we will determine knowledge gaps and what types of information the community wants to learn about.
1. Which program are you part of?
4H outreach program
Family and consumer science program
2. Have you heard about Hepatitis E Virus (HEV)? If yes then check all the ways you have heard about HEV:
Internet (Google/ Wikipedia/Youtube)
World health organization (WHO)
Center for Disease Control and prevention (CDC)
Pamphlet or poster
Hospitals/ Health Clinics
3. Scope of the disease: How many people are infected by Hepatitis E Virus (HEV) worldwide?
4. What are potential ways people get infected by Hepatitis E Virus (HEV)?
Contaminated animal products
Vectors (Mosquitoes/ Flea/ Flies)
Direct contact with animals
Through produce such as fruits and vegetables
Infect blood products
5. One of the ways that HEV is transmitted to humans is through animals (direct contact/ consumption of their products). Check all the animals that can transmit HEV to humans:
6. Has HEV been detected in meat at local grocery stores?
7. As consumers of animal products do you think your community needs to learn about Hepatitis E Virus? / Do you think it is valuable for children/ community members to learn about Hepatitis E Virus?
8. Would you attend presentations or read information on Hepatitis E Virus that we would provide?
9. What method of learning about Hepatitis E Virus do you think would be the most effective for you/children?
Informational presentation/ talk on Zoonotic disease
Blog post/ online article about zoonotic disease
10. Do you have suggestions for locations/activities where talks or literature could be distributed?
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