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ASTMH 2019 schedule

Please note all times are in Eastern Time.

Thursday November 21 

Poster 391: An assessment of quality of delivery of seasonal malaria chemoprevention using low literate community health workers in Nigeria

By Dr Sola Oresanya

12:00pm - 1:45pm

Poster Session A, Prince George's Exhibit Hall D (Lower Atrium Level)

Poster 452: Effectiveness of selected cattle-administered endectocides to reduce malaria-vector mosquitoes

By Takalani Irene Makhanthisa, Malaria Consortium Dr Sylvia Meek Scholar 

12:00pm - 1:45pm

Poster Session A, Prince George's Exhibit Hall D (Lower Atrium Level)

Friday November 22

Poster 943: Malaria morbidity and mortality trends in central Uganda

By Dr Daniella Migisha

12:00pm - 1:45pm

Poster Session B, Prince George's Exhibit Hall D (Lower Atrium Level)

Poster 1033: Determinants of malaria testing at health facilities: The case of Uganda

By Ruth Kigozi

12:00pm - 1:45pm

Poster Session B, Prince George's Exhibit Hall D (Lower Atrium Level)

Poster 918: Factors associated with severe malaria deaths: lessons from a mortality audit conducted in health facilities in Uganda

By Patrick Bukoma

12:00pm - 1:45pm

Poster Session B, Prince George's Exhibit Hall D (Lower Atrium Level)

Saturday, November 23

Poster 1688: Maintaining universal coverage of long lasting insecticidal nets through distributions in schools in Uganda

By John Baptist Bwanika

12:00pm - 1:45pm

Poster Session C, Prince George's Exhibit Hall D (Lower Atrium Level)

Presentation 1963: What is a breath? Working towards an improved reference standard for counting respiratory rate to validate new automated pneumonia diagnostic aids for children under five

By Charlotte Ward

4:00pm

Scientific Session 157, National Harbor 4/5 (National Harbor Level)

Sunday, November 24

Symposium: Innovation in primary healthcare- it is not too late to improve pneumonia case management in children under 5

By Dr Kevin Baker

11:15 - 13:00

Session 182, Potomac D (Ballroom Level)

Presentation 1991: Examining the feasibility of Community Health Worker delivery of Severe Acute Malnutrition treatment using an innovative simplified low-literacy protocol: results from Nigeria

By Dr Sola Oresanya

11:15am - 1:00pm

Scientific Session 181, Potomac C (Ballroom Level)

Presentation: The evidence base and community knowledge, a powerful combination

By Dr James Tibenderana, as part of the symposium on Engaging High-Risk Communities to Accelerate Malaria Elimination

11:15am - 1:00pm 

Session 176, Maryland A (Ballroom Level)

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