Gender-specific differences in stroke knowledge, stroke risk perception and the effects of an educational multimedia campaign

@article{Marx2009GenderspecificDI,
  title={Gender-specific differences in stroke knowledge, stroke risk perception and the effects of an educational multimedia campaign},
  author={J. Marx and B. Klawitter and A. Faldum and B. Eicke and B. Haertle and M. Dieterich and M. Nedelmann},
  journal={Journal of Neurology},
  year={2009},
  volume={257},
  pages={367-374}
}
This study aimed at identifying gender-specific differences in stroke knowledge, stroke risk perception and the educational effects of a multimodal educational intervention. [...] Key Method We performed computer-assisted telephone surveys among an average sample of 500 members of the general public (44.0% male, 56.0% female), before and immediately after an intense 3-month educational stroke campaign in a western German area of 400,000 inhabitants.Expand
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