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Assessment of the consistency of national-level policies and guidelines for malaria in pregnancy in five African countries

Journal Article
(Published June, 2014)
Gomez, P. (Author),
Gutman, Julie (Author),
Roman, E. (Author),
Dickerson, A. (Author),
Andre, Z.H. (Author),
Eckert, E. (Author),
Hamel, M.J. (Author)
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Malaria in Pregnancy treatment [MIP] policies, guidelines and training materials are outdated and/or inconsistent in the five African countries assessed. Updating and ensuring consistency among national MIP documents is needed, along with re-orientation and supervision of health workers to accelerate implementation of the 2012 WHO Global Malaria Programme policy recommendations for IPTp-SP.

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Gomez PP, Gutman J, Roman E, Dickerson A, Andre ZH, Youll S, et al. Assessment of the consistency of national-level policies and guidelines for malaria in pregnancy in five African countries. Malar J. 2014;13(1):212