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Reducing the frequency of follow up and task sharing in the treatment of uncomplicated severe acute malnutrition: an evaluation of monthly visits and home-based surveillance for access-limited and high-burden settings

Author: Sheila Isanaka, Rebecca Grais, Fatou Berthé, Yewoinshet Adana, Iris Bollemeijer
Year: 2017
Resource type: Research

Poster prepared for the Action Against Hunger 'Research for Nutrition' Conference, 13th November, 2017, Pavillon de l'eau, Paris.

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Sheila Isanaka, Rebecca Grais, Fatou Berthé, Yewoinshet Adana, Iris Bollemeijer (2017). Reducing the frequency of follow up and task sharing in the treatment of uncomplicated severe acute malnutrition: an evaluation of monthly visits and home-based surveillance for access-limited and high-burden settings. www.ennonline.net/resources/researchfornutrition/rfus_study