The architecture and effect of participation: a systematic review of community participation for communicable disease control and elimination. Implications for malaria elimination

@inproceedings{Atkinson2011TheAA,
  title={The architecture and effect of participation: a systematic review of community participation for communicable disease control and elimination. Implications for malaria elimination},
  author={Jo-An Atkinson and Andrew J Vallely and Lisa Fitzgerald and Maxine Anne Whittaker and Marcel Tanner},
  booktitle={Malaria Journal},
  year={2011}
}
Community engagement and participation has played a critical role in successful disease control and elimination campaigns in many countries. Despite this, its benefits for malaria control and elimination are yet to be fully realized. This may be due to a limited understanding of the influences on participation in developing countries as well as inadequate investment in infrastructure and resources to support sustainable community participation. This paper reports the findings of an atypical… CONTINUE READING
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