PublicationsThe AfrRN also established the African Rotavirus Surveillance Network (AfrRSN) in 1999 to conduct research to facilitate evidence-based decision making on the introduction of rotavirus vaccines in the African region and to create a platform to study the impact of the rotavirus vaccine on diarrhoea post-introduction.
- Maintaining Momentum for Rotavirus Immunization in Africa during the COVID-19 Era: Report of the 13th African Rotavirus Symposium.
- A decade of rotavirus vaccination in Africa - Saving lives and changing the face of diarrhoeal diseases: Report of the 12th African Rotavirus Symposium. M. Jeffrey Mphahlele a,b,⇑, Michelle J. Groome c, Nicola A. Page d, Niresh Bhagwandin e, Jason M. Mwenda f, A. Duncan Steele
- Previous Symposia Publications
African Rotavirus Surveillance Network: A Brief Overview - Read more. (Journal article)