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Monroe, April and Moore, Sarah and Koenker, Hannah and Lynch, Matthew and Ricotta, Emily. (2019) Measuring and characterizing night time human behaviour as it relates to residual malaria transmission in sub-Saharan Africa: a review of the published literature. Malaria journal, 18. p. 6.

Finda, Marceline F. and Moshi, Irene R. and Monroe, April and Limwagu, Alex J. and Nyoni, Anna P. and Swai, Johnson K. and Ngowo, Halfan S. and Minja, Elihaika G. and Toe, Lea P. and Kaindoa, Emmanuel W. and Coetzee, Maureen and Manderson, Lenore and Okumu, Fredros O.. (2019) Linking human behaviours and malaria vector biting risk in south-eastern Tanzania. PloS one, 14 (6). e0217414.

Monroe, April and Mihayo, Kimberly and Okumu, Fredros and Finda, Marceline and Moore, Sarah and Koenker, Hannah and Lynch, Matthew and Haji, Khamis and Abbas, Faiza and Ali, Abdullah and Greer, George and Harvey, Steven. (2019) Human behaviour and residual malaria transmission in Zanzibar : findings from in-depth interviews and direct observation of community events. Malaria journal, 18. p. 220.

Mwanga, Emmanuel P. and Mmbando, Arnold S. and Mrosso, Paul C. and Stica, Caleb and Mapua, Salum A. and Finda, Marceline F. and Kifungo, Khamis and Kafwenji, Andrew and Monroe, April C. and Ogoma, Sheila B. and Ngowo, Halfan S. and Okumu, Fredros O.. (2019) Eave ribbons treated with transfluthrin can protect both users and non-users against malaria vectors. Malaria journal, 18. p. 314.

Ahorlu, Collins Stephen and Adongo, Philip and Koenker, Hannah and Zigirumugabe, Sixte and Sika-Bright, Solomon and Koka, Eric and Tabong, Philip Teg-Nefaah and Piccinini, Danielle and Segbaya, Sylvester and Olapeju, Bolanle and Monroe, April. (2019) Understanding the gap between access and use: a qualitative study on barriers and facilitators to insecticide-treated net use in Ghana. Malaria journal, 18. p. 417.