Epicentre Scientific Day
An epidemiologist's perspective on the Covid-19 crisis
No, Africa is not, by any stretch of the imagination, a preferred target for clinical trials
Global coalition to accelerate COVID-19 clinical research in resource-limited settings
Cost-effectiveness of diagnostic algorithms including lateral-flow urine lipoarabinomannan for HIV-positive patients with symptoms of tuberculosis.
Non-disclosure of tuberculosis diagnosis by patients to their household members in south western Uganda.
Prevention of child wasting: Results of a Child Health & Nutrition Research Initiative (CHNRI) prioritisation exercise.
RFI - Décryptage - Emmanuel Baron - Covid-19: Why is Africa less impacted than the rest of the world at the moment? (FR)
CERDI - Contribution of Helena Huerga - Economic advantage of lateral flow urine lipoarabinomannan assay for tuberculosis diagnosis (FR)
France Inter " Un jour dans le Monde " hosted by Fabienne Sintes with Angeline and Pr. Yap Boum II (FR)
Journée scientifique Epicentre
Each year, Epicentre organises a Scientific Day during which the epidemiologist team reports on the works of the previous year. This event brings together MSF field players and world-renown experts, and it is becoming a major meeting place to share knowledge and critical views on the practices and stakes of medicine in humanitarian situations.