Estimating the effects of successful malarial control programmes on mortality.

  title={Estimating the effects of successful malarial control programmes on mortality.},
  author={Joanna E Cohen},
  journal={Population bulletin of the United Nations},
  • Joanna E Cohen
  • Published 1988 in Population bulletin of the United Nations
"This paper proposes a new, empirically based model to measure the expected effects of successful malaria control programmes on human mortality levels and structure.... The model produces a range of estimated death rates. The range depends on uncertainty about the effective success of control measures. A numerical example, based on the data of the Garki project in northern Nigeria, is discussed. Some alternatives to the model are mentioned. Some strengths and weaknesses...are described and… CONTINUE READING

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