Take our RDT reading survey

Rapid diagnostic tests (RDTs) allow health workers to offer accurate diagnostic services at the point of care. However, their effectiveness is reduced when used incorrectly. Fio is conducting research on the use of RDTs in low-resource settings, including variation in the interpretation of test results.

Please participate in our virtual RDT reading survey by following the links below to see how well you can interpret the results of malaria RDTs used by health workers in the field:

RDT Reading Survey Part I

RDT Reading Survey Part II

 

Read our abstract presented this week at the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene’s 64th Annual Meeting to learn more about our findings so far.

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