Setting Research Priorities to Reduce Mortality and Morbidity of Childhood Diarrhoeal Disease in the Next 15 Years
- Department for International Development
- 1 January 2013
- Document Type:
- Journal Article
- Water and Sanitation
- Black, R., Bhutta, Z.A., Curtis, V., Simpson, E., Santosham, M. Duggan, C., Guerrant, R., Levine, M., Petri Jr., W.A., Scharf, R., Sherman, P.M., Wazny, K., Young, M., and Zipursky, A.
This paper aims to identify research priorities, using the Child Health and Nutrition Research Initiative's (CHNRI's) method, for global childhood diarrhoeal disease over the next 15 years. Despite a range of discovery-related research topics, implementation research questions related to known interventions for childhood diarrhoeal diseases were ranked highly by most experts.
Wazny, K.; Zipursky, A.; Black, R.; Curtis, V.; Duggan, C.; Guerrant, R.; Levine, M.; Petri Jr., W.A.; Santosham, M.; Scharf, R.; Sherman, P.M.; Simpson, E.; Young, M.; Bhutta, Z.A. Setting Research Priorities to Reduce Mortality and Morbidity of Childhood Diarrhoeal Disease in the Next 15 Years. PLoS Medicine (2013) 10 (5) e1001446. [DOI: 10.1371/journal.pmed.1001446]
Published: 1 January 2013