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Quality improvement practices decrease adverse event rates in a surgical male circumcision program in Malawi

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P. Kohler ,

University of Washington, Seattle, WA/US
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D. Chilongozi,

International Training and Education Center for Health, Lilongwe, MW
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D. Namate,

International Training and Education Center for Health, Lilongwe 3, MW
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B. Barr,

US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Lilongwe, MW
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W. Msungama,

US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Lilongwe, MW
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M. Mwale,

Malawi Ministry of Health, Lilongwe, MW
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O. Phiri,

International Training and Education Center for Health, Lilongwe, MW
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L. Tenthani,

International Training and Education Center for Health, Lilongwe, MW
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T. Perdue,

University of Washington, Seattle, WA/US
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S. Barnhart,

University of Washington, Seattle, WA/US
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J. Krieger

University of Washington, Seattle, WA/US
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How to Cite: Kohler, P., Chilongozi, D., Namate, D., Barr, B., Msungama, W., Mwale, M., Phiri, O., Tenthani, L., Perdue, T., Barnhart, S. and Krieger, J., 2015. Quality improvement practices decrease adverse event rates in a surgical male circumcision program in Malawi. Annals of Global Health, 81(1), pp.192–193. DOI: http://doi.org/10.1016/j.aogh.2015.02.941
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Published on 12 Mar 2015.
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