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Table 6 Exclusion criteria for self-reported behaviours

From: Effects of the Informed Health Choices primary school intervention on the ability of children in Uganda to assess the reliability of claims about treatment effects, 1-year follow-up: a cluster-randomised trial

Response options for questions 28.2 and 29.3Response to questions 28.3 and 29.4
28.2 What was the treatment in the claim you last heard about?28.3 Please write the claim that you last heard.
29.3 What was the treatment for which you or an adult made the decision?What was the claim about the treatment for which you or an adult made the decision?
Using a medicine (e.g., taking a tablet or syrup)Exclude if the claim is not about a medicine
Getting an operation (e.g., removing a bad tooth)Exclude if the claim is not about an operation
Using something to feel better or to heal more quickly (e.g., using a bandage or glasses)Exclude if the claim is not about equipment
Something else (eating food or drinking something to feel better; e.g., herbs or fruit)Exclude if the claim is not about eating/drinking something (e.g., herbs or fruit)
Avoiding doing something to feel better (e.g., not drinking milk)Exclude if the claim is not about avoiding something
Something elseExclude if the claim is not about a treatment (‘anything done to care for yourself, so you stay well or, if you are sick or injured, so you get better and not worse’)