The paper uses a case study of the development of syndromic management for treating sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and subsequent policies recommending worldwide use of syndromic management guidelines.
Read the id21 Research Highlight: Global guidelines and the rise and fall of syndromic management for STIs
Health Policy and Planning, 18 (1), 18-30 pp. [doi:10.1093/heapol/18.1.18]
Transferring policies for treating sexually transmitted infections: what’s wrong with global guidelines?
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