Twitter Posts on ITNs from Malaria in Pregnancy Meeting, Istanbul

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Bill Brieger is currently a Professor in the Health Systems Program of the Department of International Health at Johns Hopkins University as well as the Senior Malaria Adviser for JHPIEGO, JHU’s family and reproductive health affiliate. He blogs at malariamatters.org

Keep up with MIP meeting on Twitter #MIP2012 Bill Brieger ?@bbbrieger – #MIP2012 universal coverage of ITNs not just to protect vulnerable groups against #malaria but also reduces mosquito population Krisztian Magori ?@BiteOfAMosquito -bbbrieger: #MIP2012 MSF has found where no mass distribution of nets give pregnant woman 2… http://goo.gl/fb/xnHkd  – Bill Brieger ?@bbbrieger – #MIP2012 MSF has found where no mass distribution of nets give pregnant woman 2 nets ensure she gets to use at least one to prevent #malaria bbbrieger: #MIP2012 non-use of nets related to real reduction in ventilation – both a design… http://goo.gl/fb/kdFMA – Bill Brieger ?@bbbrieger #MIP2012 non-use of nets related to real reduction in ventilation – both a design issue and an educational issue on net benefits #malaria MHTF ?@MHTF – Challenges: Funding. Advocacy. ITN coverage in ANC. Incentives for net producers to make lasting nets.-Olivi Net @PSIHealthyLives #MiP2012 MHTF ?@MHTF – Net challenges: Funding. Advocacy.

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Twitter Posts on ITNs from Malaria in Pregnancy Meeting, Istanbul