Webinar: Using Household Surveys to Inform Malaria SBCC

malaria_survey_webinar_sbccThis April 23, 2015 examined ways that household surveys can be used to establish the evidence base for malaria SBCC and promote data-driven decision-making.

Presenters:

Grace Awantang, MHS, MA, Senior Research Data Analyst at the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP)
[Download]: Interpreting household surveys to inform malaria prevention and treatment interventions in Madagascar, 2014

Emily Ricotta, ScM, Senior Research Assistant at the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP)
[Download]: Evaluating Survey Data: Mediation Analysis and Propensity Score Matching

Sally Zweimueller, MPH, Communication Specialist at The DHS Program
[Download]: Collecting Data on Malaria in Household Surveys

Recording:

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  1. […] trends and strengthen the evidence base for the impact of malaria SBCC. For the April 23 webinar on Using Household Surveys to Improve Malaria SBCC, the Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3) assembled a series of presenters to share […]

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