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Hi,

Is "determine the proper word in the below context? I want to say that we specified the number of intervention sessions. Does the sentence need any other correction?

"Finally, 6 educational sessions were determined based on expert opinion and the initial results of the KAP questionnaire, with the aim of changing knowledge, attitudes, and practices among the intervention group.


Thanks!

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gillyflowerIs "determine" the proper word in the below context?

It's almost proper, but it's not exactly right. I would say "set up" or "arranged". You might even mean "scheduled" if the times were arranged as well.

gillyflowerFinally, 6 educational ...

The numbers from 1 through 10 should be spelled out in a text such as yours.

Write: Finally, six educational ...

CJ

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gillyflowerintervention sessions
gillyflowereducational sessions

Are they the same?

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Yes. (Educational intervention sessions)

gillyflower"Finally, 6 educational sessions were determined based on expert opinion and the initial results of the KAP questionnaire, it was determined that six educational intervention sessions would be held with the aim of changing knowledge, attitudes, and practices among the intervention group.

Does that work for you?

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CalifJim I would say "set up" or "arranged".

Can I use these two verbs in the below sentence as well?

"The number of educational sessions to be held was set up/ arranged."


Thanks!

gillyflowerCan I use these two verbs in the below sentence as well?"The number of educational sessions to be held was set up/ arranged."

No, but now's your chance to use "determined". Emotion: smile

The sessions were set up. But the number of sessions was determined.

In the active voice:

We set up the sessions. We determined the number of sessions.

CJ