Published: March 13, 2015 / Published by Tropical Medicine & International Health
Researchers in this study explored the impact of non-clinical interventions-including those in sanitation and hygiene-on acute respiratory infections and diarrheal disease.
This study found that public investment in sanitation and hygiene, water supply; the quality and the provision of medical equipment that detect symptoms of childhood diseases; in combination of training and education for medical workers, are effective policy strategies to reduce diarrheal diseases and acute respiratory infections.
TAGS: Briefing PaperResearchCase Study Hygiene in Health FacilitiesMaternal Newborn & Child HealthIntegration Academics English 2015
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