Policy Brief: Community engagement for COVID-19 infection prevention and control: A rapid review of the evidence
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|Title:||Policy Brief: Community engagement for COVID-19 infection prevention and control: A rapid review of the evidence||Authors:||Bhattacharyya, Sanghita; Lopes, Claudia Abreu; Nyamupachitu-Mago, Elizabeth; Gilmore, Brynne; et al.||Permanent link:||http://hdl.handle.net/10197/11428||Date:||Jun-2020||Online since:||2020-07-22T14:51:03Z||Abstract:||The integration and involvement ofcommunities in COVID-19 prevention andcontrol is a potential and viable strategy inaddressing the pandemic and has beensuggested by The World Health Organization,UNICEF and IFRC among others. Indeed, therecommended measures to prevent and controlCOVID-19 such as physical-social distancing,case identification and contact tracing requireunderstanding of the different social dynamicsin communities and how these can better beleveraged to minimize the impact of theepidemic.||Type of material:||Technical Report||Publisher:||UNICEF||Keywords:||COVID-19; Coronavirus; Prevention; Socio-cultural context; Community engagement; Systematic reviews||Other versions:||https://www.thecollectivity.org/en/communities/20||Language:||en||Status of Item:||Peer reviewed|
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