School-based malaria control in Kenya : evaluating heterogeneity in risk, impact and process

@inproceedings{Halliday2015SchoolbasedMC,
  title={School-based malaria control in Kenya : evaluating heterogeneity in risk, impact and process},
  author={Katherine E. Halliday},
  year={2015}
}
School children are increasingly recognised as an important target for malaria control. However, limited evidence exists on the relative benefits of alternative school-based malaria control interventions or how impact may vary according to transmission intensity. Nested within the first evaluation of school-based intermittent screening and treatment (IST), in a region of low-to-moderate transmission, this thesis aimed to investigate the influence of heterogeneity in underlying transmission risk… CONTINUE READING

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