Research priorities for the development and implementation of serological tools for malaria surveillance

@inproceedings{Elliott2014ResearchPF,
  title={Research priorities for the development and implementation of serological tools for malaria surveillance},
  author={Salenna R. Elliott and Freya J. I. Fowkes and Jack S. Richards and Linda Reiling and Damien R. Drew and James G Beeson},
  booktitle={F1000prime reports},
  year={2014}
}
Surveillance is a key component of control and elimination programs. Malaria surveillance has been typically reliant on case reporting by health services, entomological estimates and parasitemia (Plasmodium species) point prevalence. However, these techniques become less sensitive and relatively costly as transmission declines. There is great potential for… CONTINUE READING