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Dear colleagues, I would highly appreciate any input you may have on the following: I am currently in one of the Ebola-affected countries and we are brainstorming about conducting a SQUEAC. We have data on OTPs (and IPFs) from 2012 onwards, which includes the period of high-peak Ebola outbreak. With the Ebola outbreak there was a 'collapse' in health services and usage. Therefore, I am wondering how this will affect results from a SQUEAC and whether a possible effect would be of concern. I am not only thinking about the quantitative data, but also the effect on qualitative data and the value of this for future (hopefully non-ebola) context. Any input and/or ideas would be appreciated. Thanks in advance, Suzanne
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