Improving prescribing practices with rapid diagnostic tests (RDTs): synthesis of 10 studies to explore reasons for variation in malaria RDT uptake and adherence.

Burchett, HE; Leurent, B; Baiden, F; Baltzell, K; Björkman, A; Bruxvoort, K; Clarke, S; DiLiberto, D; Elfving, K; Goodman, C; +15 more... Hopkins, H; Lal, S; Liverani, M; Magnussen, P; Mårtensson, A; Mbacham, W; Mbonye, A; Onwujekwe, O; Roth Allen, D; Shakely, D; Staedke, S; Vestergaard, LS; Whitty, CJ; Wiseman, V; Chandler, CI; (2017) Improving prescribing practices with rapid diagnostic tests (RDTs): synthesis of 10 studies to explore reasons for variation in malaria RDT uptake and adherence. BMJ open, 7 (3). e012973. ISSN 2044-6055 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2016-012973

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