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Table 2 Comparison of malaria knowledge and treatment between SPH vs. non-SPH

From: Improving malaria knowledge and practices in rural Myanmar through a village health worker intervention: a cross-sectional study

  SPH communities (n = 321) Non-SPH communities (n = 719) Chi2, p-value Total (N = 1040)
Key determinants of knowledge     
Knowledge on prevention of malaria by using ITN 107 (33.33%) 185 (25.73%) 6.3529, 0.012 292 (28.08%)
Ever heard of malaria diagnostic blood test (RDT) 220 (68.54%) 440 (61.20%) 5.1558, 0.023 660 (63.46%)
Intent to treat     
Take treatment from trained providers 254 (79.13%) 500 (69.54%) 16.6445, 0.000 754 (72.50%)
Buy and take medicine from drug store 61 (19%) 165 (22.95%)   226 (21.73%)
Take treatment at home 6 (1.87%) 54 (7.51%)   60 (5.77%)