Promising perceptions, divergent practices and barriers to integrated malaria prevention in Wakiso District, Uganda: A mixed methods study
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The World Health Organization recommends use of multiple approaches to control malaria. The integrated approach to malaria prevention advocates the use of several malaria prevention methods in a holistic manner. This study assessed perceptions and practices on integrated malaria prevention in Wakiso district, Uganda.
Musoke, D., Miiro, G., Karani, G., Morris, K., Kasasa, S., Ndejjo, R., Nakiyingi-Miiro, J., Guwatudde, D. and Musoke, M.B. (2015) 'Promising perceptions, divergent practices and barriers to integrated Malaria prevention in Wakiso District, Uganda: a mixed methods study', PloS one, 10(4), p.e0122699.
This article was published in PloS one on 02 April 2015 available open access at http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0122699
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