Satellite workshop of the FA3 Strategic Network on Neglected Diseases and Zoonoses (on invitation only)
Session 1: Inauguration
Registration (from 16:30 to 18:00)
Inauguration of the colloquium(18:00 to 19:00)
Session 2: State of the art of the control of a selection of neglected diseases in Asia. Part 1.
1. Outbreak of Kyasanur Forest Disease in Karnataka, India. 2012.
2. Diagnosis and referral practices related to persistent fever syndrome in Nepal.
3. Zoonotic TB in a resource poor African community: A perceived or real risk?
4. Long term Efficacy of Liposomal Amphotericin B for the treatment of VL in Bihar
5. Added value of insecticide treated curtains to control dengue in Cuba
Toledo Maria Eugenia
6. Progress in Lymphatic Filariasis Elimination in India
Pradeep Kumar Srivastava.
Lunch & Networking
Session 3: Planning and evaluation in disease control.
Barriers in equitable control of Schistosomiasis, China by Julie Balen
Added value of anthropological studies in Neglected Zoonotic Disease control by Severine Thys
ITM Alumni social event (on invitation only)
Session 4: State of the art of the control of a selection of neglected diseases in Asia. Part 2.
2.High parasite burden in Healthy individuals contribute to progression of VL
Abhishek Kumar Singh
3.Replacement of indoor residual spraying to control Visceral Leishmaniasis, Nepal
4.Effectiveness of long lasting insecticidal bed nets in reducing domestic sandfly density.
5.Leishmaniasis after initial cure with Miltefosine in India and Nepal
6.In vitro susceptibility of Leishmaniadonovani to Miltefosine: promastigote assay
Vijay Kumar Prajapati
7.Prevalence of HIV-Vl co-infections and long term outcomes of co-infection patients with Liposomal Amphotericin B, Bihar, India.
8.Reemergence of El Tor variant Vibrio cholerae O1 causing cholera epidemic during 2010 in the tribal areas of Odisha, India.
Session 5:Posters’ Presentations
Lunch & Networking
Session 6: Control of neglected diseases and social determinants of health.
Colloquium dinner – all Colloquium participants
Session 7: Control of neglected diseases and health systems strengthening (HSS) in Asia.
1.Role of Village health workers in control of Visceral Leishmaniasis, Bihar
2.Active case finding strategy for TB case detection in urban slum
3.Vertical, horizontal, diagonal: the policy debate continues, but where is the evidence?
4.Integrating and adapting human resources at service delivery level with national disease control programmes
5.Community level morbidity control of lymphedema using self care and integrative treatment
6.Unmet needs of health system for tackling Neglected Tropical Diseases in Bangladesh
Lunch & Networking
Session 8: Closing session
Interactive feedback from the participants
1. Scrub typhus: a re-emerging and neglected disease of Rajasthan
J. Rathore Singh
2. Where do PLHIV (People Living with HIV/AIDS) go and what do they prefer? Engaging private providers in HIV/AIDS service provision in Tamil Nadu, India
Asirvatham Edwin Sam.
3. Assessing maternal and neonatal tetanus risk in a tribal district of Odisha
Raveesha R Mugali.
4. From clinics to community? Detection of ESBL producing Enterobacteriaceae from community water samples in Cochin, Kerala
5. Challenge of melioidosis in Cambodia
6. An Epidemiological investigation of Cholera outbreak in Poonamallee Municipal area, Tamil Nadu, India, December’2011-January’2012
7. Is cash transfer program a viable option to support children affected and infected with HIV?: Evidences from Tamil Nadu State, India
Asirvatham Edwin Sam.
8. Molecular identification of Hookworm species in a Multi-Centric efficacy trial across seven soil transmitted helminths endemic countries
9. An epidemiological study of drugs availability related to three infectious childhood diseases: Where does the compass point?
10. Morbidity and mortality of meningococcal diseases in Gaza Strip during 2012
11. Syndromic approach to neglected infectious diseases (NID) at primary health care level: an international collaboration on integrated diagnosis-treatment platforms
12. Outcome of MDR-TB treatment at DOTS Plus site: A retrospective study from Maharashtra
Shriram Vitthal Gosavi .
13. Single and Multiple Species Helminth Infections and Associated Morbidity in Hunan Province, China: Lessons Learnt and Implications for Integrated Control
14. The effect of increasing private sector representation in a dengue fever surveillance network on incidence rates
Melo Furtado Kheya.
15. Burden of diarrhea, hospitalization and mortality due to cryptosporidial infections in Indian children
16. Epidemiology and risk factors of cryptosporidial infections among children in a semi-urban slum in southern India
17. A ten year experience of PPTCT clinic: Can we strengthen our health care system
Ravishekar N Hiremath.
18. Vertical programs and health systems strengthening in India: Lessons from three programs
19. Prevalence and risk factors for soil transmitted helminth infection among school children in south India
20. Patients’ perception on available public health facilities and services for lymphatic filariasis: a qualitative study in Odisha, India
21. Comparison of the effectiveness of two different health education strategies on the utilization of Long Lasting Insecticide Treated bed Nets among the tribal population of Chhattisgarh – A community based intervention study
22. Public Health Standards and Filaria Control in India: A Review
Pratap Kumar Jena.
23. Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene
Practices in Hunan Province, China: Implications for the Control of Neglected Diseases and Health System Strengthening
24. Neglected Brucellosis: A community based explorative study in Odisha, India
Sarthak Sarathi Pattanaik.
25. Clinico-epidemiological profile and management practices for snakebites in Himachal Pradesh, India, 2008-2012
26. An assessment of knowledge of prevention and management of Rabies in interns and final year students of Shri M.P. Shah Government Medical College, Jamnagar, Gujarat
27. Role of NGOs and public health partnership to improve accessibility to health entitlements in rural India
Ashley Mary Thomas.
28. Lessons learnt from Kaladrug-R: New tools for monitoring drug resistance and treatment response in Visceral Leishmaniasis in the Indian subcontinent
29. Comparative Evaluation Of Three PCR-Based Assays For The Diagnosis and Genotyping Of Cutaneous Leishmaniasis
30.Role of private health providers in Tuberculosis control: Preliminary findings from a qualitative research.
Vijayashree Holalkere Yellappa.
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