Community-based Surveillance of Infectious Diseases: A Systematic Review of Drivers of Success
In 2021, the World Health Organization published a report detailing the evidence gaps and research priorities around community-centered approaches to health emergencies. In response, the READY initiative carried out a systematic review and narrative synthesis of the evidence describing the drivers of success of community-based surveillance systems.
Read the article on BMJ Global Health.
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