Comparative evaluation of the diagnosis, reporting and investigation of malaria cases in China, 2005-2014: Transition from control to elimination for the national malaria programme
Background: The elimination of malaria requires high-quality surveillance data to enable rapid detection and response to individual cases. Evaluation of the performance of a national malaria surveillance system could identify shortcomings which, if addressed, will improve the surveillance program for malaria elimination. Methods: Case-level data for the period 2005-2014 were extracted from the China National Notifiable Infectious Disease Reporting Information System and Malaria Enhanced...[Show more]
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