Thank you Neil for sharing the summary of this case study. [http://www.hifa.org/dgroups-rss/bmj-global-health-how-implementation-res...
It is clear that the proliferation of terminology does not make things easy for all.
Nevertheless, experts or officials whose duty is to provide evidence for decision makers should strive /do their best to bring out good stuff for policy.
This case study should be read not only by those in charge of research in ministerial departments but also by academia who are responsible for creating /multiplying terminologies.
Epidemiologist, Public Health Consultant.
Cameroon Society of Epidemiology
Secretary General of Comite d'Ethique de la Recherche et de la Sante en Afrique Centrale (CERSAC)
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HIFA profile: Armand Seraphin Nkwescheu is a Public Health Consultant at the Cameroon Society of Epidemiology. Professional interests: Road traffic injury, Neglected Tropical Diseases with emphasis on snakebites and envenoming, Non communicable Diseases, Health systems and Development Evaluation. nkwesch AT yahoo.com