Relationship between care-givers' misconceptions and non-use of ITNs by under-five Nigerian children

@inproceedings{Arogundade2011RelationshipBC,
  title={Relationship between care-givers' misconceptions and non-use of ITNs by under-five Nigerian children},
  author={Ekundayo D. Arogundade and Samson Babatunde Adebayo and Jennifer Anyanti and Ernest C Nwokolo and Olaronke Ladipo and Augustine K. Ankomah and Martin M. Meremikwu},
  booktitle={Malaria Journal},
  year={2011}
}
Malaria has been a major public health problem in Nigeria and many other sub-Saharan African countries. Insecticide-treated nets have shown to be cost-effective in the prevention of malaria, but the number of people that actually use these nets has remained generally low. Studies that explore the determinants of use of ITN are desirable. Structured questionnaires based on thematic areas were administered by trained interviewers to 7,223 care-givers of under-five children selected from all the… CONTINUE READING
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