What people say about the injectable artesunate tool kit

 

“The job aids have been very useful, especially for our new hires and job officers. They just use it as a reference material.”

- Matron Amaka Odumodu, Paediatric Matron, Maitama District Hospital, Abjua, Nigeria

 


 

“It’s a good job aid and would help the healthcare workers administer injectable artesunate properly to dose. The job aid is very explicit.”

- Dr Francis Onojeta, State Program Manager, Delta State Malaria Elimination Program, Nigeria

 


 

"It [the large poster] is very useful as it makes clinicians conscious of Inj AS as a first-line drug for management of severe malaria. It also serves as a quick reference and guide to clinicians on how to reconstitute the injection for IV or IM administration, as not everyone may be able to memorize the formula for reconstituting the drug off-head."

- Dr Adekanye, Medical Officer, Gaya General Hospital, Kano, Nigeria

 


 

"These [the small pamphlets] are very handy and useful. We can distribute them to our house officers, which they can easily carry along with them in their pockets, and quickly refer to when the need arises."

- Dr Binta Jibir Wudil, Head of Paediatric Department, Murtala Mohammed Specialist Hospital, Kano, Nigeria 

 


 

“The job aids are very well done. They are very easy to follow, even HCWs who did not attend the training on administration of injectable artesunate can use them without difficulty.”

- Mr. Peter Mundemba, Chipata General Hospital, Zambia

 


 

“The job aids are very good and straightforward. When you put them up on the wall, people really appreciate the how detailed they are.”

- Prince Kalaba Mutale, Chipata General Hospital, Zambia

 


 

“The job aids are a very good initiative. They are very important as reference materials for HCWs. They really assist in providing information on administration including reconstitution and dosing of Inj. AS. Trainings on administration of Inj. AS would have been very difficult and time consuming without them.”

- Dr. Chalwe, Maina Soko Military Hospital, Lusaka, Zambia