Hajj is the largest gathering of people in the world every year. The chance of getting flu virus is high. This app will help you keeping your Sanitation and hygiene diary and easily recording it.
You are invited to take part in a research study about the risk of respiratory infections among Australian Hajj pilgrims and the use of health preventive measures. In this study we would illustrate your knowledge, attitude and practices of respiratory infections risks in Hajj and using preventive health measures during Hajj. Moreover, explore the experiences and understanding preventive health measures such as vaccines and other health practices which lead to better understanding of barriers and facilitators of Hajj pilgrims to preventative travel health practices.
“Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.”
This app was developed by Dr. Nasser F BinDhim, Saudi Electronic University, Health Informatics Department.
The app content was developed by
• Dr Harunor Rashid, MD in the Epidemiology of respiratory infections, clinical research fellow at (NCIRS).
• Professor Robert Booy, Head OF the Clinical Research team at (NCIRS).
• Dr Anita Heywood, Lecturer at School of Public Health and Community Medicine, University of New South Wales.
• Amani Salem Alqahtani is conducting this study as the basis for the degree of PhD at The University of Sydney. This will take place under the supervision of DR. Harunor Rashid.