At a glance: community health worker adherence to guidelines for pneumonia using the ChARM device

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The ARIDA ChARM acceptability sought to establish whether health extension workers (HEWs) in Ethiopia could correctly adhere to the integrated community case management (iCCM) algorithm for assessing and classifying under five children for fast breathing, as a symptom of pneumonia using the Children’s Respiration Monitor (ChARM) device, produced by Philips.

The infographic below provides a quick glance at the results of the study – full results and analysis are available in the research brief, available here.


Read more about the ARIDA project and Malaria Consortium’s other work on pneumonia