Demand-supply gaps in human resources to combat vector-borne disease in India: capacity-building measures in medical entomology

@article{Pandey2015DemandsupplyGI,
  title={Demand-supply gaps in human resources to combat vector-borne disease in India: capacity-building measures in medical entomology},
  author={Anuja Pandey and Sanjay P. Zodpey and Raj Kumar},
  journal={WHO South-East Asia Journal of Public Health},
  year={2015},
  volume={4},
  pages={92 - 97}
}
  • Anuja Pandey, Sanjay P. Zodpey, Raj Kumar
  • Published 2015
  • Medicine
  • WHO South-East Asia Journal of Public Health
  • Vector-borne diseases account for a significant proportion of the global burden of infectious disease. They are one of the greatest contributors to human mortality and morbidity in tropical settings, including India. The World Health Organization declared vector-borne diseases as theme for the year 2014, and thus called for renewed commitment to their prevention and control. Human resources are critical to support public health systems, and medical entomologists play a crucial role in public… CONTINUE READING

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