Los invitamos a consultar el artículo titulado "Integrated Management of Childhood Illnesses implementation-related factors at 18 Colombian cities", realizado por Andrés Mauricio García Sierra y Jovana Alexandra Ocampo Cañas.
Integrated Management of Childhood Illnesses (IMCI) is a strategy developed by the World Health Organization (WHO) and UNICEF in 1992. It was deployed as an integrated approach to improve children’s health in the world. This strategy is divided into three components: organizational, clinical, and communitarian. If the Integrated Management of Childhood Illnesses implementation-related factors in low- and middle-income countries are known, the likelihood of decreasing infant morbidity and mortality rates could be increased. This work aimed to identify, from the clinical component of the strategy, the implementation-related factors to Integrated Management of Childhood Illnesses at 18 Colombian cities.