Surveillance and survey methodology for intestinal parasitic infections (IPI
World Health Organization. Parasitic Diseases Programme. (1985). Surveillance and survey methodology for intestinal parasitic infections (IPI. World Health Organization. https://apps.who.int/iris/handle/10665/58391
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Prevention and control of intestinal parasitic infections : report of a WHO Expert Committee [meeting held in Geneva from 3 to 7 March 1986] WHO Expert Committee on Prevention and Control of Intestinal Parasitic Infections; World Health Organization (1987)Outlines new approaches to the prevention and control of intestinal parasitic infections made possible by the recent discovery of safe and effective therapeutic drugs, the improvement and simplification of diagnostic procedures, and advances in the understanding of parasite population biology. Newly available information on the economic and social impact of these infections is used to illustrate the necessity, as well as the feasibility, of bringing these infections under control. In view of the striking variations in the biology of different ...
WHO/PAHO Informal Consultation on Intestinal Protozoal Infections (1991: Mexico); World Health Organization. Division of Communicable Diseases; Pan American Health Organization (WHO/CDS/IPI/92.2. Unpublished, 1992)
Meeting between the World Health Organization and the Partnership for Child Development / jointly organized by the Division of Communicable Diseases, Programme of Parasitic Infections and the WHO Collaborating Centre for the Epidemiology of Intestinal Parasitic Infections, Geneva, 7-8 December 1993 World Health Organization. Division of Communicable Diseases; Partnership for Child Development (WHO/CDS/IPI/94.1. Unpublished, 1994)