Explore our multimedia section to find interactive ways of learning about the research of the ACT Consortium.
Watch a video on "What is the ACT Consortium?"
What is the ACT Consortium? from ACT Consortium on Vimeo.
Watch a video on "How can we assess the safety of antimalarias"
How can we assess the safety of antimalarials? from ACT Consortium on Vimeo.
Watch a video on "Diagnosis: key to malaria control"
Diagnosis: key to malaria control from ACT Consortium on Vimeo.
Watch a video on "Cost and effects to improve malaria treatment and diagnosis in Cameroon and Nigeria"
Cost and Effects to Improve Malaria Treatment and Diagnosis in Cameroon and Nigeria from ACT Consortium on Vimeo.
Watch a video on "Non-malaria illnesses that also cause fever"
Non-malaria febrile illness (NFMI) from ACT Consortium on Vimeo.
Use our 90 second video "ACT Now for a Malaia Free World" to put your malaria work into context.
[Also available in FRENCH, PORTUGUESE and SWAHILI]
ACT Now For a Malaria Free World from ACT Consortium on Vimeo.
Browse through a prezi with summaries of our 25 projects in 10 countries
Watch a video on the role of community health workers in the management of malaria cases
Malaria management by community health workers from ACT Consortium on Vimeo.
Watch videos with some of our lead investigators explaning their research studies
Malaria indicator survey to support national control programmes in Malawi from ACT on Vimeo.
Browser through our research projects or see a list of all videos on our Vimeo channel
Listen to short interviews with our researchers
"Cost-effectiveness of interventions designed to support the scaling up of RDTs" - Dr. Virginia Wiseman from the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine summarises the ACT Consortium sponsored symposium held at the MIM Pan African Malaria Conference in South Africa, on 7th October 2013.
See all podcasts on the ACT Consortium Soundcloud page
Presented and produced by Rebecca Tremain, this CD includes 140 mins of interviews with many of the leading researchers at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine – including ACT Consortium director and founder, Professors David Schellenberg and Chris Whitty in a specially commissioned World Malaria Day programme sponsored by the School's Malaria Centre. The ACT Consortium is also represented by Dr Toby Leslie in the Tick episode which provides insights into the challenges of maintaining a health system in a conflict zone. The series was a mix of scientific insight and artistic response, with original music inspired by the vectors and new writing, poetry and prose.