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association between baby postnatal check up and indicators for malaria diagnosis and treatment [message #15564] Sun, 12 August 2018 13:22 Go to previous message
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Hello,

I am currently conducting a project where and I am trying to investigate whether postnatal care for the baby is associated with 3 indicators for malaria diagnosis and treatment in children under 5. The three indicators I am using include: receiving a heel/finger prick, treatment or advice sought and receiving an ACT on the same or next day for children who had fever in the last two week prior to the survey.

I am a bit confused as to whether the woman's or the children's data set will be ideal to answer this question. My unit of analysis is children so am I right in thinking the children's data set will probably be appropriate??
 
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