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Verbal autopsy interpretation: summary and quick reference guides now available

We have recently published two condensed versions of our CRVS technical guide: Guidelines for interpreting verbal autopsy (VA) results, which are now available on the Gateway. These summary guides are intended to provide simplified and easily accessible information for those undertaking VA data analysis.  

The guidelines outline the five steps for users of VA to help them interpret and present their data, and thus improve the utility of VA data for public health decision making.  

Access the full guide, the quick reference guide and the summary document below. 


Interpreting verbal autopsy in five steps: A quick reference guide

This guide provides a brief, one-page overview of the process for interpreting verbal autopsy data.


Summary: Guidance for interpreting verbal autopsy results

This document provides summary information on the process of interpreting verbal autopsy results for use in public health decision-making.  


Download the full guidance document here

This technical guide provides detailed information on the five steps for interpretation and presentation of VA data.




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