Impact of an integrated community case management programme on uptake of appropriate diarrhoea and pneumonia treatments in Uganda: A propensity score matching and equity analysis studyPublication Date:
Following introduction of iCCM, data from cross-sectional household surveys were examined for socioeconomic inequalities in uptake of treatment and use of iCCM among children with a classification of pneumonia or diarrhoea using the Erreygers’ corrected concentration index (CCI). Propensity score matching methods were used to estimate the average treatment effects on the treated (ATT) for children treated under the iCCM programme with recommended antibiotics for pneumonia, and ORS plus or minus zinc for diarrhoea.
Published in Malaria Journal
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Citation: Nanyonjo, Agnes et al. “Impact of an Integrated Community Case Management Programme on Uptake of Appropriate Diarrhoea and Pneumonia Treatments in Uganda: A Propensity Score Matching and Equity Analysis Study.” International Journal for Equity in Health 14 (2015): 74. PMC. Web. 26 Nov. 2015.
Country: UgandaKeywords: Community delivery
Issues: Diarrhoea | Pneumonia
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