Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs’ KAP COVID dashboard presents data from a global survey of knowledge, attitudes and practices around COVID-19. The data were collected from more than 1.5 million people in 67 countries who chose to participate in a survey promoted on Facebook. Researchers from MIT collected the data and Johns Hopkins CCP analyzed and presented the data on an easy-to-use COVID dashboards.
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We’re collecting feedback on how public health professionals are using the data on the KAP COVID dashboard. Please fill out this form, with your use case and other feedback. Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Country by country, public health officials should investigate whether educational differences are meaningful within particular areas or sub-groups. Tailoring messages based on education level can help shape the content & platform by which they are delivered.
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Read the KAP COVID Study Methods (includes links to the survey questions and data source).
Babalola, S., Krenn, S., Rimal, R., Serlemitsos, E., Shaivitz, M., Shattuck, D., Storey, D. KAP COVID Dashboard.Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Global Outbreak Alert and Response Network, Facebook Data for Good. Published September 2020. Data retrieved October 12, 2020. https://ccp.jhu.edu/kap-covid/
March 10, 2021
View the presentation (PDF) from the March 10 webinar featuring data from Egypt and Pakistan that reflect varying trends within one WHO region and how social norms – or the unwritten rules that guide behavior – contribute to the development of messages and interventions around prevention and vaccine uptake.
November 11, 2020
This file provides a template and guides users through steps to create a PowerPoint presentation using the KAP COVID dashboard.
The presentation created could be used for:
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