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Varunika Ruwanpura is a journalist, author and social sciences researcher. She is currently working on her PhD in Public Health at Menzies School of Health Research, Charles Darwin University, Australia. Her research focuses on suggesting improved policy interventions for P. vivax malaria in three affected countries.
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Further evidence needed to change policy for the safe and effective radical cure of vivax malaria: Insights from the 2019 annual APMEN Vivax Working Group meetingRuwanpura, V. S. H., Nowak, S., Gerth-Guyette, E., Theodora, M., Dysoley, L., Haile, M., Peeters Grietens, K., Price, R. N., Lynch, C. A. & Thriemer, K., May 2021, In: Asia and the Pacific Policy Studies. 8, 2, p. 208-242 35 p.
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Opening the policy blackbox: unravelling the process for changing national diagnostic and treatment guidelines for vivax malaria in seven countriesRuwanpura, V., Neukom, J., Grietens, K. P., Price, R. N., Thriemer, K. & Lynch, C. A., Dec 2021, In: Malaria Journal. 20, 1, p. 1-20 20 p., 428.
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