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Quantitative evaluation of an innovation contest to enhance a sexual health campaign in China

Tytuł :
Quantitative evaluation of an innovation contest to enhance a sexual health campaign in China
Autorzy :
Tang, Weiming
Zhang, Ye
Tang, Songyuan
Li, Katherine
Tso, Lai Sze
Bayus, Barry L.
Glidden, David
Yang, Bin
Zheng, Heping
Wei, Chongyi
Tucker, Joseph
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Temat :
Sexual health
Research Article
Crowdsourcing
RC109-216
Innovation contest
Public health campaign
Infectious and parasitic diseases
Źródło :
BMC Infectious Diseases, Vol 19, Iss 1, Pp 1-8 (2019)
Wydawca :
BMC, 2019.
Rok publikacji :
2019
Kolekcja :
DOAJ-Articles
Oryginalny identyfikator :
pmc: PMC6360679
pmid: 30717678
Język :
English
ISSN :
1471-2334
DOI :
10.1186/s12879-019-3746-4
Background Crowdsourcing method is an excellent tool for developing tailored interventions to improve sexual health. We evaluated the implementation of an innovation contest for sexual health promotion in China. Methods We organized an innovation contest over three months in 2014 for Chinese individuals < 30 years old to submit images for a sexual health promotion campaign. We solicited entries via social media and in-person events. The winning entry was adapted into a poster and distributed to STD clinics across Guangdong Province. In this study, we evaluated factors associated with images that received higher scores, described the themes of the top five finalists, and evaluated the acceptability of the winning entry using an online survey tool. Results We received 96 image submissions from 76 participants in 10 Chinese provinces. Most participants were youth (< 25 years, 85%) and non-professionals (without expertise in medicine, public health, or media, 88%). Youth were more likely to submit high-scoring entries. Images from professionals in medicine, public health, or media did not have higher scores compared to images from non-professionals. Participants were twice as likely to have learned about the contest through in-person events compared to social media. We adapted and distributed the winning entry to 300 STD clinics in 22 cities over 2 weeks. A total of 8338 people responded to an acceptability survey of the finalist entry. Among them, 79.8% endorsed or strongly endorsed being more willing to undergo STD testing after seeing the poster. Conclusions Innovation contests may be useful for soliciting images as a part of comprehensive sexual health campaigns in low- and middle-income countries. Electronic supplementary material The online version of this article (10.1186/s12879-019-3746-4) contains supplementary material, which is available to authorized users.
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