Determinants of Bed Net Use in Southeast Nigeria following Mass Distribution of LLINs: Implications for Social Behavior Change Interventions

@inproceedings{Russell2015DeterminantsOB,
  title={Determinants of Bed Net Use in Southeast Nigeria following Mass Distribution of LLINs: Implications for Social Behavior Change Interventions},
  author={Cheryl L. Russell and Adamu Sallau and Emmanuel C Emukah and Patricia M Graves and Gregory S. Noland and Jeremiah M. Ngondi and Masayo Ozaki and Lawrence Nwankwo and Emmanuel Miri and Deborah A McFarland and Frank O. Richards and Amy E. Patterson and Sylvie Bisser},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2015}
}
Millions of long-lasting insecticide treated nets (LLINs) have been distributed as part of the global malaria control strategy. LLIN ownership, however, does not necessarily guarantee use. Thus, even in the ideal setting in which universal coverage with LLINs has been achieved, maximal malaria protection will only be achieved if LLINs are used both correctly and consistently. This study investigated the factors associated with net use, independent of net ownership. Data were collected during a… CONTINUE READING
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