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Cytomegalovirus Education Improves Pregnant Women’s Awareness and Prevention Behaviors

Semester: Fall 2022

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Congenital Cytomegalovirus (cCMV) causes thirty three percent of the hearing loss for children in Utah. cCMV can cause permanent neurocognitive disability and musculoskeletal impairment in children. Our study involved investigating the impact of a cCMV education intervention on the knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors of pregnant women towards cCMV. The results of this investigation show a high need for educational intervention and increased accessibility to information about cCMV.

Presenter Name: Shaistah Din
Presentation Type: Poster
Presentation Format: Virtual
Presentation #4
College: Social & Behavioral Science
Research Mentor: Marissa Diener
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