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Malaria Consortium presents at the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene’s 65th annual meeting

10 November 2016
Latest News Malaria consortium presents at the american society of tropical medicine and hygieneandrsquo s 65th annual meeting

Malaria Consortium staff are presenting at the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene’s 65th annual meeting from November 13 – 17. The annual meeting, to be held in Atlanta, USA draws tropical medicine and global health professionals representing academia, government, non-profits, philanthropy, NGOs, industry, military and private practice.

The meeting is designed for researchers, public health officials, travel clinic physicians, practicing physicians in tropical medicine, students and all health care providers working in the fields of tropical medicine, hygiene and global health, among others.

See below for our schedule of presentations:

November 14th
Oral Presentation
• Christian Rassi (12:00 - 13:45): Community dialogues for prevention and control of schistosomiasis in Mozambique

Poster Presentation
• Christian Rassi (13:45 – 15:30): Improving IPTp coverage through text messaging health workers: A mixed methods evaluation of a pilot intervention in West Nile, Uganda

Symposium
• Harriet Kivumbi (1:45 – 3:30): Seasonal malaria chemoprevention at scale: evidence from eight countries
• Ebenezer Sheshi Baba (1:45 – 3:30): Seasonal malaria chemoprevention at scale: evidence from eight countries

November 15th
• Madeline Marasciulo (10:15 – 12:00): Key elements for improving management of pneumonia in children in resource-poor settings

Poster Presentation
• John Hustedt (12:00 – 1:45): Determining the efficacy of larvivorous fish, community engagement, and a novel slow release Pyriproxyfen formulation SumiLarv® 2MR on dengue vectors (aedes aegypti and aedes albopictus) in Cambodia: a cluster randomized trial

November 16th

Oral Presentation
• Arantxa Roca-Feltrer (04:00 – 05:45): Developing cross-border surveillance with a focus on migrant and mobile populations in the Greater Mekong Sub-region

TBC
• Nelson Nhantumbo: Impact on knowledge and observed clinical practices among community health workers using an mHealth innovation in Mozambique

 

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