Table 2

Percentages of correct responses among parental guardians

BL (N=267)IL (N=267)3 Mo (N=267)BL vs ILBL vs
3 Mo
IL vs
3 Mo
nPercentage of correct answersnPercentage of correct answersnPercentage of correct answersP value (after Bonferroni correction)
Stroke signs and symptoms
Correctly choosing correct answers
 Facial weakness in one side19773.825394.825495.1<0.001<0.0011.00
 Speech disturbance26599.326398.526298.10.1571.3591.00
 Numbness in one side of the body24692.125796.325796.30.1570.1571.00
Correctly choosing incorrect answer
 Flatus267100.0267100.0267100.0 – – –
 Stiff shoulders24089.925997.025595.50.0020.0081.00
 Fever267100.0267100.026498.9 – –0.75
 Stomachache267100.0267100.0267100.0 – – –
Correctly choosing all correct and incorrect answers
 Answered all correctly16361.023788.822885.4<0.001<0.0010.666
Attitude towards stroke
 Call an ambulance21881.625294.724993.3<0.001<0.0011.00
Stroke risk factors
Correctly choosing correct answers
 Hypertension24993.324792.525796.31.000.4010.227
 Hypercholesterolaemia22182.823788.823186.50.0780.580.58
 Heavy drinking17364.824792.521781.3<0.001<0.001<0.001
 Smoking20476.425294.423688.4<0.001<0.0010.027
Correctly choosing incorrect answer
 Faecal impaction25796.326097.426398.51.000.3281.00
 Affluence26498.926599.326599.31.001.001.00
 Back pain26599.326699.626398.51.001.001.00
Correctly choosing all correct and incorrect answers
 Answered all correctly11041.219773.816059.9<0.001<0.001<0.001
  • 3 Mo, 3 months after the lesson; BL, before the lesson; IL, immediately after the lesson.