Author: Médecins Sans Frontières
The ‘Management of a Measles Epidemic’ guide is intended for medical and non-medical personnel involved in monitoring and managing measles epidemics at every level of the health care system. Despite immunization programs, measles remains a significant public health problem in many countries around the world. This guide is divided into eight chapters dealing with the epidemiology of the disease, immunization, and its impact and the various components of outbreak response.
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