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Isabel Craveiro, Gonçalves, Luzia, Varanda, Jorge & salgueiro, P. (2018). Malaria transmission: current challenges and new tools in the elimination context – revisiting a workshop at IHMT. Anais do Instituto de Higiene e Medicina Tropical. 16, 41-44
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I. Craveiro et al.,  "Malaria transmission: current challenges and new tools in the elimination context – revisiting a workshop at IHMT", in Anais do Instituto de Higiene e Medicina Tropical, vol. 16, pp. 41-44, 2018
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@article{craveiro2018_1660264524663,
	author = "Isabel Craveiro and Gonçalves, Luzia and Varanda, Jorge and salgueiro, P.",
	title = "Malaria transmission: current challenges and new tools in the elimination context – revisiting a workshop at IHMT",
	journal = "Anais do Instituto de Higiene e Medicina Tropical",
	year = "2018",
	volume = "16",
	number = "",
	doi = "10.25761/anaisihmt.26",
	pages = "41-44",
	url = "http://anaisihmt.com/index.php/ihmt/article/view/26"
}
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TY  - JOUR
TI  - Malaria transmission: current challenges and new tools in the elimination context – revisiting a workshop at IHMT
T2  - Anais do Instituto de Higiene e Medicina Tropical
VL  - 16
AU  - Isabel Craveiro
AU  - Gonçalves, Luzia
AU  - Varanda, Jorge
AU  - salgueiro, P.
PY  - 2018
SP  - 41-44
SN  - 0303-7762
DO  - 10.25761/anaisihmt.26
UR  - http://anaisihmt.com/index.php/ihmt/article/view/26
AB  - Lately,  regardless  of  considerable  progress  in  the  elimination  of  ma-laria,  this  disease  remains  a  major  public  health  problem  in  tropical  regions,  prevailing  in  countries  with  weak  health  systems.  Increased  investment in recent decades resulted in the development of new tools and solutions for the control of the parasitic disease with the greatest impact on humanity.The Centre for Global Health and Tropical Medicine hosted a scienti-fic meeting on current challenges and innovative tools in the context of  malaria  elimination.  From  the  beginning,  the  organizing  commit-tee,  with  a  multidisciplinary  composition,  had  as  main  purposes  to  discuss the current approaches to study the malaria transmission and to identify new tools to measure the transmission in different malaria contexts, including pre-elimination scenarios. In this paper we present a  synthesis  of  the  two  days  of  the  workshop,  of  its  participants  and  main contents. In addition, we sought to reflect on the multidiscipli-nary  nature  of  presentations  and  discussions,  and  the  importance  of  working together to achieve the goal of eliminating malaria
ER  -