Study protocol for a cluster-randomized split-plot design trial to assess the effectiveness of targeted active malaria case detection among high-risk populations in Southern Lao PDR (the AcME-Lao study)


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Andrew A Lover, Emily Dantzer, Sophia Hocini, Ronaldo Estera, Francois Rerolle, Jennifer L Smith, Jimee Hwang, Roly Gosling, Joshua Yukich, Bryan Greenhouse, others
Gates Open Research, 2019, p. 1730


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Lover, A. A., Dantzer, E., Hocini, S., Estera, R., Rerolle, F., Smith, J. L., … others. (2019). Study protocol for a cluster-randomized split-plot design trial to assess the effectiveness of targeted active malaria case detection among high-risk populations in Southern Lao PDR (the AcME-Lao study). Gates Open Research, 3, 1730.

Chicago/Turabian
Lover, Andrew A, Emily Dantzer, Sophia Hocini, Ronaldo Estera, Francois Rerolle, Jennifer L Smith, Jimee Hwang, et al. “Study Protocol for a Cluster-Randomized Split-Plot Design Trial to Assess the Effectiveness of Targeted Active Malaria Case Detection among High-Risk Populations in Southern Lao PDR (the AcME-Lao Study).” Gates Open Research 3 (2019): 1730.

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Lover, Andrew A., et al. “Study Protocol for a Cluster-Randomized Split-Plot Design Trial to Assess the Effectiveness of Targeted Active Malaria Case Detection among High-Risk Populations in Southern Lao PDR (the AcME-Lao Study).” Gates Open Research, vol. 3, 2019, p. 1730.