The impact of mass deworming programmes on schooling and economic development: an appraisal of long-term studies

@inproceedings{Jullien2016TheIO,
  title={The impact of mass deworming programmes on schooling and economic development: an appraisal of long-term studies},
  author={Sophie Jullien and David Sinclair and Paul Garner},
  booktitle={International journal of epidemiology},
  year={2016}
}
Background Documents from advocacy and fund-raising organizations for child mass deworming programmes in low- and middle-income countries cite unpublished economic studies claiming long-term effects on health, schooling and economic development. Methods To summarize and appraise these studies, we searched for and included all long-term follow-up studies based on cluster-randomized trials included in a 2015 Cochrane review on deworming. We used Cochrane methods to assess risk of bias, and… CONTINUE READING
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