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Table 3

Themes from CCL feedback

Knowledge acquisition 
CCL 2a Prior to the training, we have attended training on health- and WaSH-related areas in the past. However, during this short training course, we improved our knowledge of sanitation and hygiene and our understanding of antibiotics. We introspected on more profound questions like ‘What kind of medicines are prescribed by the doctor’? How to identify antibiotics? Do people living in the community ask doctors for prescribing antibiotics? And do people living in communities provide or share information on antibiotics? 
CCL 5a We learnt about people's preferences related to WaSH and their awareness about antibiotics and by what names do people refer to antibiotics. Also, do people know that doctors prescribe antibiotics for them or do people prefer homemade remedies for fever or other illnesses? 
CCL 6a I had limited information about antibiotics and aspects of WaSH areas; however, after the training, I developed an interest in these subjects and collected more information on the topic to enhance learning. 
Level of engagement reflected by the participants 
CCL 3a We learnt about antibiotics and how resistance can be developed. One should be aware of the medicines that he/she is consuming and always asks the healthcare provider about them when he's prescribing them to you. 
CCL 3d The trainers made a lot of difference and made it more engaging. 
CCL 4a I learnt a great deal about, and I even came to know how excessive use of antibiotics is harmful, and how poor sanitation and hygiene could be contributed to the problem. I loved the way the technical terminologies were explained during the course of the two-day training. The entire process was very satisfying
CCL 6b The interactive nature of the programme made us more aware of the themes in WaSH, antibiotic, and AMR. Only consumption of antibiotics is not the sole reason for developing resistance to other factors like feeble sanitary practices, deteriorating ecology, and infected livestock could be potential causes. 
Ability to form associations from real-life examples 
CCL 2b We started to understand more about the different kinds of drugs prescribed to us. We have begun conversing with our doctors, and we do resist being given antibiotics and prefer alternative medicines. 
CCL 5b Yes, since we would have to go to the field for the data collection and if we wouldn't know about the technicalities, then we wouldn't be able to collect the right information. And having a facilitator with technical expertise made it a little easier to understand. 
CCL 6c Yes, I liked the training programme, as it made me aware of learning about antibiotics and encouraged me to look deeper into the sanitary practices of the people in the community. I also learnt that consumption and prescription of excessive antibiotics could harm the body, and everyone should not be prescribed antibiotics for every minor problem. 
Ability to master the learning objectives for effective decision-making 
CCL 6d I believe that the training objectives were achieved. Before the training, I was not thoroughly aware of sanitation and hygiene-related problems, the emerging issues of antimicrobial and antibiotic resistance likely to be found among the community. The training programme helped me understand better and assisted me in making the right decisions during the course of fieldwork. 
CCL 7d In my opinion, the short training course's goal helped us to link our techniques to the slums. The training encouraged us to think that we would need to strengthen WaSH practices, work with medicine and healthcare providers to mitigate antibiotic resistance. 
Knowledge transfer to community members with confidence 
CCL 2c Yes, we are confident of conducting the surveys, in the way they were explained during the training. The training encouraged us to read more about the WaSH concepts and dig deeper into complex topics of antimicrobial and antibiotic resistance. This gives us the necessary confidence to undertake the work. 
CCL 3b I am now a little more confident than earlier. Wasn't sure more before due to the diverse nature of the WaSH survey, but after the training, I feel I would be able to conduct them and should be able to support my colleagues to accomplish the same. 
CCL 5c We can easily explain the complex topics to our teammates. Our knowledge on the subject was limited; however, the training helped us to improve our understanding of the issue. 
Knowledge acquisition 
CCL 2a Prior to the training, we have attended training on health- and WaSH-related areas in the past. However, during this short training course, we improved our knowledge of sanitation and hygiene and our understanding of antibiotics. We introspected on more profound questions like ‘What kind of medicines are prescribed by the doctor’? How to identify antibiotics? Do people living in the community ask doctors for prescribing antibiotics? And do people living in communities provide or share information on antibiotics? 
CCL 5a We learnt about people's preferences related to WaSH and their awareness about antibiotics and by what names do people refer to antibiotics. Also, do people know that doctors prescribe antibiotics for them or do people prefer homemade remedies for fever or other illnesses? 
CCL 6a I had limited information about antibiotics and aspects of WaSH areas; however, after the training, I developed an interest in these subjects and collected more information on the topic to enhance learning. 
Level of engagement reflected by the participants 
CCL 3a We learnt about antibiotics and how resistance can be developed. One should be aware of the medicines that he/she is consuming and always asks the healthcare provider about them when he's prescribing them to you. 
CCL 3d The trainers made a lot of difference and made it more engaging. 
CCL 4a I learnt a great deal about, and I even came to know how excessive use of antibiotics is harmful, and how poor sanitation and hygiene could be contributed to the problem. I loved the way the technical terminologies were explained during the course of the two-day training. The entire process was very satisfying
CCL 6b The interactive nature of the programme made us more aware of the themes in WaSH, antibiotic, and AMR. Only consumption of antibiotics is not the sole reason for developing resistance to other factors like feeble sanitary practices, deteriorating ecology, and infected livestock could be potential causes. 
Ability to form associations from real-life examples 
CCL 2b We started to understand more about the different kinds of drugs prescribed to us. We have begun conversing with our doctors, and we do resist being given antibiotics and prefer alternative medicines. 
CCL 5b Yes, since we would have to go to the field for the data collection and if we wouldn't know about the technicalities, then we wouldn't be able to collect the right information. And having a facilitator with technical expertise made it a little easier to understand. 
CCL 6c Yes, I liked the training programme, as it made me aware of learning about antibiotics and encouraged me to look deeper into the sanitary practices of the people in the community. I also learnt that consumption and prescription of excessive antibiotics could harm the body, and everyone should not be prescribed antibiotics for every minor problem. 
Ability to master the learning objectives for effective decision-making 
CCL 6d I believe that the training objectives were achieved. Before the training, I was not thoroughly aware of sanitation and hygiene-related problems, the emerging issues of antimicrobial and antibiotic resistance likely to be found among the community. The training programme helped me understand better and assisted me in making the right decisions during the course of fieldwork. 
CCL 7d In my opinion, the short training course's goal helped us to link our techniques to the slums. The training encouraged us to think that we would need to strengthen WaSH practices, work with medicine and healthcare providers to mitigate antibiotic resistance. 
Knowledge transfer to community members with confidence 
CCL 2c Yes, we are confident of conducting the surveys, in the way they were explained during the training. The training encouraged us to read more about the WaSH concepts and dig deeper into complex topics of antimicrobial and antibiotic resistance. This gives us the necessary confidence to undertake the work. 
CCL 3b I am now a little more confident than earlier. Wasn't sure more before due to the diverse nature of the WaSH survey, but after the training, I feel I would be able to conduct them and should be able to support my colleagues to accomplish the same. 
CCL 5c We can easily explain the complex topics to our teammates. Our knowledge on the subject was limited; however, the training helped us to improve our understanding of the issue. 
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