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Malaria in pregnancy: what can the social sciences contribute?

Ribera JM, Hausmann-Muela S, D'Alessandro U, Grietens KP - PLoS Med. (2007)

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Affiliation: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Departament d'Antropología Social, Barcelona, Spain.

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The Malaria in Pregnancy Treatment Model: Relevant Factors for Treatment-Seeking Behaviour for Malaria in Pregnant Women
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pmed-0040092-g001: The Malaria in Pregnancy Treatment Model: Relevant Factors for Treatment-Seeking Behaviour for Malaria in Pregnant Women

Mentions: We propose two models for studying the social science aspects of malaria in pregnancy: the “Malaria in Pregnancy Treatment Model” and the “Malaria in Pregnancy Prevention Model” (see Figures 1 and 2). These models are a conglomerate of different psycho-social and socio-behavioural models, based on our own field research experience and on a literature review. We believe that these adapted models comprehensively and holistically describe the most relevant factors involved in malaria and pregnancy.


Malaria in pregnancy: what can the social sciences contribute?

Ribera JM, Hausmann-Muela S, D'Alessandro U, Grietens KP - PLoS Med. (2007)

The Malaria in Pregnancy Treatment Model: Relevant Factors for Treatment-Seeking Behaviour for Malaria in Pregnant Women
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pmed-0040092-g001: The Malaria in Pregnancy Treatment Model: Relevant Factors for Treatment-Seeking Behaviour for Malaria in Pregnant Women
Mentions: We propose two models for studying the social science aspects of malaria in pregnancy: the “Malaria in Pregnancy Treatment Model” and the “Malaria in Pregnancy Prevention Model” (see Figures 1 and 2). These models are a conglomerate of different psycho-social and socio-behavioural models, based on our own field research experience and on a literature review. We believe that these adapted models comprehensively and holistically describe the most relevant factors involved in malaria and pregnancy.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Departament d'Antropología Social, Barcelona, Spain.

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Related in: MedlinePlus