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National Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices Survey on Ebola Virus Disease in Liberia
The knowledge, attitudes and practices survey (KAP II) was a cross‐sectional survey conducted as part of the HC3 Liberia project (2015-2017) in 10 counties in Liberia. The overall purpose of the KAP II survey was to assess changes related to Ebola virus disease (Ebola) since the conclusion of the KAP I survey in March 2015, including the ways in which the Ebola response influenced engagement in preventive behaviors and perceptions of health-care provision, and how they may have contributed to changes in health‐seeking behaviors related to non-Ebola disease.
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