Contextualizing critical thinking about health using digital technology in secondary schools in Kenya: a qualitative analysis

Faith Chesire, Marlyn Ochieng, Michael Mugisha, Ronald Ssenyonga, Matt Oxman, Allen Nsangi, Daniel Semakula, Laetitia Nyirazinyoye, Simon Lewin, Nelson K. Sewankambo, Margaret Kaseje, Andrew D. Oxman & Sarah Rosenbaum
Abstract Background Good health decisions depend on one’s ability to think critically about health claims and make informed health choices. Young people can learn these skills through school-based interventions, but learning resources need to be low-cost and built around lessons that can fit into existing curricula. As a first step to developing and evaluating digital learning resources that are feasible to use in Kenyan secondary schools, we conducted a context analysis to explore interest in...
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