Directives détaillées pour l'élaboration de recommandations basées sur des preuves par les Groupes Techniques Consultatifs Nationaux pour la Vaccination (GTCV)

Directives (Guidelines)
 
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Titre original
A step-by-step guideline to issue evidence-informed recommendations by NITAGs
Auteur(s)
SIVAC
Source(s)
AMP - Agence de Médecine Préventive
Année de publication
2013

Description

Ce document a pour objectif de permettre aux GTCV d'élaborer des recommandations basées sur des preuves afin de soutenir les décisionnaires nationaux en matière de vaccination dans l'élaboration de plans stratégiques et opérationnels de vaccination. Document dédié aux Secrétaire exécutif, membres et membres des groupes de travail des GTCV.

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