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Presentations

The 9th European Congress on Tropical Medicine and International Health

(6 - 10 September 2015, Basal, Switzerland)

 

Day 1:

Improving malaria treatment and control through enhanced diagnostic practice from ACT Consortium

  • Effects of introducing RDTs in drug shops: Findings from a randomised trial in Uganda (Dr Sian Clarke, and Dr Anthony Mbonye)

Effects of introducing RDTs in drug shops: Findings from a randomised trial in Uganda from ACT Consortium

 

Day 2:

  • Health facility caseload changes during the introduction of community case management of malaria in South Western Uganda (Sham Lal)

Health facility caseload changes during the introduction of a CHW-intervention, in Uganda from ACT Consortium

  • Referral from community health workers: evidence from cluster randomized trials of mRDTs in two areas of high and low malaria transmission in Uganda (Sham Lal)

Referral from community health workers using mRDTs; evidence from two malaria transmission settings in Uganda from ACT Consortium

 

Day 3:

  • Systematic sampling approach reveals fewer falsified first line antimalarials then previously reported (Dr Harparkash Kaur)

Systematic sampling approach reveals fewer falsified first line antimalarials than previously reported from ACT Consortium