Franklin L. Moses

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State-of-the-art computer displays seldom have sufficient resolution and size to show usable detail for a large map. One solution is to satisfy user needs by designing map display systems that present sequential map segments. The utility of two types of presentation conditions was evaluated: (a) continuous map scanning, and (b) discrete map segments using(More)
Setting: Sixty-eight primary health facilities, Koinadugu District, rural Sierra Leone. Objectives: Sierra Leone, a country with one of the highest burdens of malaria, was severely affected by the 2014-2015 Ebola virus disease outbreak. In under-five children, we compared trends in the completeness of malaria reports sent to the district office during the(More)
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