Knowledge Transfer events in Malawi

Extensive training of project director and non-scientific fieldwork staff at Invest in Knowledge (IKI) during 2017 fieldwork on innovative data collection techniques.

This was including:

a) Survey data collection using android tablets and Redcap
b) Realtime quality controls of collected data using extensive STATA quality check scrips
c) Collection of NCD disease markers in large-scale population surveys in low-income countries, including grip strength, blood pressure, diabetes and pain

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