Well-conducted clinical studies and laboratory tests deliver quality-assured primary data. From this data reliable evidence of antimalarial therapeutic efficacy or drug resistance can be generated. The use of standardised procedures facilitates the comparison of study results within and across regions over time. For this purpose, WWARN is building a library of standardised procedures that offer guidance in the execution of various activities in the fields of clinical, in vitro, pharmacology and molecular analysis in regards antimalarial drug resistance.
These procedures are relevant and robust documents intended to provide a step-by-step guideline to conduct tests, record observations used to investigate patient and / or parasite responses to malaria drugs, and for data collection.
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Note: You may copy, modify, distribute and generally re-use these procedures for non-commercial purposes, provided such use includes the following statement: "This [procedure] was developed from a template document generated by the Worldwide Antimalarial Resistance Network (WWARN). The original document is available on the WWARN website www.wwarn.org."