Usability and acceptability of two automated pneumonia diagnostic aids: Findings from Ethiopia and Nepal

By Malaria Consortium. Published October 2019.


The Acute Respiratory Infection Diagnostic Aid (ARIDA) project introduced two automated respiratory rate counting aids in Ethiopia and Nepal to support frontline health workers to classify fast breathing: a symptom of pneumonia. This research brief discusses the usability of the devices, as well as their acceptability to frontline health workers and caregivers.

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Monday, 16 December 2019