ASTMH 2022

Join us at the 71st American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (ASTMH) Annual Meeting in Seattle, WA, USA.

Check our schedule to see when our team will be presenting, access and download their 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.


Posters and presentations

Our posters and presentations will be available to view once they have been given at at the 71st American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (ASTMH) Annual Meeting. 

They cover a range of topics, from improving access to healthcare services, seasonal malaria chemoprevention delivery and malaria in pregnancy. 

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We've curated a range of Malaria Consortium publications to browse that are associated with the themes presented at 71st American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (ASTMH) Annual Meeting. 

You can find out more about our work delivered on Improving equitable access to healthcare services, optimising service delivery, data-informed decision-making and seasonal malaria chemoprevention. 

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  • Monday 31st October 2022


    Monday 31st October

    Poster Session A  11:00 AM - 12:45 PM US PDT
    Jesujuwonlo Fadipe Facilitators of, and barriers to, fully integrating seasonal malaria chemoprevention with vitamin A supplementation: A qualitative enquiry  
    Monica De Cola Measuring the impact of seasonal malaria chemoprevention on malaria prevalence and incidence using routine data  
    Ann-Sophie Stratil Optimising the delivery of routine malaria data quality assessments in Mozambique  
    Ekechi Okereke Optimising the role of lead mothers in seasonal malaria chemoprevention (SMC) campaigns: insights from formative research in Kano State, Northern Nigeria  
    Dawit Getachew Performance of Community Health Influencers, Promoters and Services (CHIPS) on case management of uncomplicated malaria  
    Narcisse Tounaikok The results of a role model study to explore the administration of SPAQ during SMC in children aged 3 to 59 months in Chad  
    Cheick Compaore Using the role model approach to identify best practices and challenges during seasonal malaria chemoprevention drug administration in Burkina Faso  


  • Tuesday 1st November 2022


    Tuesday 1st November Poster Session B 12:00 PM - 1:45 PM US PDT
    Michael Ekholuenetal Assessing Nigerian caregivers’ health-seeking behaviour when managing febrile illness and malaria in infants  
    Ann-Sophie Stratil Contributing to malaria elimination: Lessons from delivering Plasmodium vivax malaria radical cure in northern Cambodia  
    Semiu Rahman Cultural factors influencing the implementation of perennial malaria chemoprevention in children under five, Nigeria  
    Olusola Oresanya Harnessing the seasonal malaria
    chemoprevention campaign in Nigeria: Safety, equity and cost of fully integrating vitamin A supplementation
    Narcisse Tounaikok Feasibility and acceptability of extending seasonal malaria chemoprevention to children aged 5–10 years in Chad  
    Taiwo Ibinaiye Impact assessment of seasonal malaria chemoprevention in Kogi state using Routine Health Management Information System (HMIS) surveillance data  
    Maureen Nakirunda, Erica Viganò Integrating gender into the process evaluation of seasonal malaria chemoprevention in Karamoja, Uganda: results and future directions  


  • Wednesday 2nd November 2022


    Wednesday 2nd November Symposium Live 08:00 AM - 09:45 AM US PDT
    Kevin Baker Implementing seasonal malaria chemoprevention in new geographies outside the Sahel   
    Wednesday 2nd November Oral presentation Live stream 09:15 AM - 09:30 AM US PDT
    Chinazo Ujuju Assessment of baseline molecular markers of sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine resistance in Ebonyi and Osun states, Nigeria: Toward implementation of perennial malaria chemoprevention.  
    Wednesday 2nd November Poster session C 11:00 AM - 12:45 PM US PDT
    Mercia Sitoe Acceptability of seasonal malaria chemoprevention among children under five in Mozambique: A qualitative study  
    Musa Odongo Assessing the quality of SMC delivery by village health teams in Uganda  
    David Salandini Odong Evaluating the adaptation of seasonal malaria chemoprevention implementation during COVID-19 in Karamoja, Uganda  
    Wednesday 2nd November Oral presentation live  4:15 PM - 4:30 PM US PDT
    Anthony Nuwa A cross-sectional survey to assess the feasibility and acceptability of seasonal malaria chemoprevention among nomadic pastoralist population; The case of Karamoja, region in Uganda.  


  • Thursday 3rd November 2022


    Thursday 3rd November Symposium Live 08:00 AM - 09:45 AM US PDT
    Kevin Baker Defining and acting on pneumonia research priorities – from evidence to impact: Results from an eDelphi research priority setting exercise (08:10 AM - 08:30 AM)
    Thursday 3rd November Oral presentation Live  08:15 AM - 08:30 AM US PDT
    Anthony Nuwa A non-randomised controlled trial to assess the protective effect of Seasonal Malaria Chemoprevention in the context of high parasite resistance in Uganda.  


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