Evidence Review Groups (ERGs)

Last update: 11 October 2016

Evidence Review Groups (ERGs) are expert groups convened for a limited time period to review a specific area of work, and to provide evidence-based information and options for recommendations. So far, the following ERGs have met under the umbrella of the MPAC.

Evidence Review Group on cardiotoxicity of antimalarials

Evidence Review Group on diagnostics in low transmission settings

Evidence Review Group on guidance for malaria elimination

Evidence Review Group on intermittent preventive treatment (IPT) in pregnancy

Evidence Review Group on malaria burden estimation methodology

Evidence Review Group on the safety and efficacy of gametocytocidal doses of primaquine for Plasmodium falciparum malaria


MPAC welcomes agenda suggestions and feedback through – If appropriate, the relevant TEG or ERG will review the evidence before the subject is discussed in open session.