The importance of involving the target population in guideline development: experiences from the development of evidence-based African prevention guidelines

E. De Buck, T. Dieltjens, N. Pauwels, J. Volmink & P. Vandekerckhove
We recently developed evidence-based African First Aid Materials (AFAM), that describe the most effective and up-to-date techniques specifically relevant for Sub-Saharan Africa. Because of the major importance of prevention in health care and because first aid recommendations are often linked to prevention[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]