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ASTMH 2023 Posters and presentations

We are looking forward to attending the 72nd American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (ASTMH) Annual Meeting in Chicago, Illinois, USA!

You will be able to access and download individual presentations and posters after they've been given and browse our curated publications list for the event.

Follow us on Twitter @FightingMalaria to hear the latest from the event, as well as our LinkedIn page, to stay updated with our latest publications and research.

Visit the ASTMH website for more on this year's meeting.

ASTMH 2023_Posters


Adaeze Aidennagbon

Caregiver knowledge and confidence in seasonal malaria chemoprevention effectiveness in Nigeria

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Albertino Zunza

Assessing coverage and quality of seasonal malaria chemoprevention in previously untreated areas of Mozambique

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Ani Steele

Review of childhood pneumonia research priorities to catalyse increased donor investment

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Cheick Compaore

Resistance markers to sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine and amodiaquine in the context of seasonal malaria chemoprevention in Burkina Faso

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Chuks Nnaji

Assessing the impact of extending seasonal malaria chemoprevention from four to five monthly cycles in Burkina Faso

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Craig Bonnington

Development and evaluation of a novel protocol to assess the chemoprevention efficacy of seasonal malaria chemoprevention (SMC) using sulfadoxine, pyrimethamine and amodiaquine in an area of high antimalarial drug resistance in Nampula, Mozambique

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Erica Vigano

Perceived factors impacting community health workers and lead mothers’ capacity to support seasonal malaria chemoprevention across delivery settings: Qualitative secondary analysis from recent studies in Mozambique, Nigeria, South Sudan and Uganda

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Francis Okot 

Exploring community perceptions on the feasibility and acceptability of seasonal malaria chemoprevention

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Geofrey Beinomugisha

Saving lives for children under five years through strengthening community to health facility linkage. A case of ICCM implementation in Northern Uganda

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Jamshed Khan

Quasi-experimental study to estimate the effectiveness of seasonal malaria chemoprevention in South Sudan

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Maria Rodrigues

Implementing a large-scale community digital health platform in Mozambique lessons learnt from UpScale 

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Maria R

Maria Suau Sans

Health-seeking behaviours and beliefs surrounding malaria in three East and southern African geographies introducing seasonal malaria chemoprevention: A secondary qualitative analysis

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Maria S

Mercia Sitoe

Community leadership in seasonal malaria chemoprevention: engaging communities in northern Mozambique

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Monica Anna de Cola

Measuring impact of seasonal malaria chemoprevention using routine data sources in Burkina Faso

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Musa Odongo

Impact of scaling up seasonal malaria chemoprevention on coverage and quality of implementation among nomadic pastoralist communities in Karamoja region, Uganda

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Neide Canana

User satisfaction and influencing factors of an Integrated Malaria Information System in Mozambique

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Olabisi Ogunmola

The role of community distributors in ensuring the quality delivery of seasonal malaria chemoprevention in Nigeria

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Richard Kabuji

Molecular surveillance of sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine and amodiaquine resistance markers in northeastern Uganda

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Sonia Enosse

The impact of seasonal malaria chemoprevention on Plasmodium falciparum resistance to sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine and amodiaquine in northern Mozambique

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Sonia 1

Sonia Enosse

Rapid mixed-methods assessment of the Malaria Surveillance System in 28 selected districts across Mozambique

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Taiwo Ibinaiye

Assessing age compliance during seasonal malaria chemoprevention in nine states in Nigeria

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Anthony Nuwa

A cluster randomised controlled non-inferiority trial to assess the protective effectiveness of SPAQ and DP for SMC among children 3–59 months, in the context of high parasite resistance, Karamoja region

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Jane Achan

Malaria in older children and adolescents and the intermittent preventive treatment of malaria in school-aged children

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Olusola Oresanya

Opportunities for learning through a community of practice: How flexible and adaptable guidelines create opportunities for learning and rapid improvement in implementation

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Olusola Oresanya

Chemoprevention options from seasonal malaria chemoprevention non-eligible areas: Experiences from Nigeria

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Baltazar Candrinho

Seasonal malaria chemoprevention effectiveness in Northern Mozambique: Results from a cluster-randomised controlled trial

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