Scientific Day 2022

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Presentation

 

Epidemiology, medical research, innovation: a day to review current advances

 

Scientific Day is over for this year! It took place on 9 June 2022 at the Espace Niemeyer. But you can watch the replays in the section below.

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Session | Antibiotic resistance

Moderator: Manica Balasegaram, GARDP, Switzerland

  • Integration of an all-in-one bacteriology laboratory (Mini-Lab) in MSF hospital: evaluation in Carnot, CAR. Céline Langendorf  | Read the abstract
  • The antibiotic resistance patterns shown in an acute trauma hospital in Aden, Yemen from 2018 – June 2021. Rami Malaeb & Yousef Nagwan | Read the abstract
  • Treating post-trauma osteomyelitis cases in the conflict setting of Gaza: a retrospective cohort study. Rasha Aqel  | Read the abstract

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Integration of an all-in-one bacteriology laboratory (Mini-Lab) in MSF hospital: evaluation in Carnot, CAR | Céline Langendorf
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The antibiotic resistance patterns shown in an acute trauma hospital in Aden, Yemen from 2018 – June 2021
Yousef Nagwan | JS 2022
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Treating post-trauma osteomyelitis cases in the conflict setting of Gaza: a retrospective cohort study
Rasha Aqel | JS2021

Session | General

Moderator: Alain Alsalhani, Access Campaign, MSF, France 

  • Immunogenicity of fractional dose Yellow Fever vaccine in children and HIV+ adults. Maria Namulwana | Read the abstract 
  • Fexinidazole in patients with Human African Trypanosomiasis (HAT) due to Trypanosoma Brucei (T.b.) Rhodesiense. Elisabeth Baudin | Read the abstract
  • Pharmacovigilance monitoring of COVID-19 vaccines in Niger. Abdoul-Moumouni Issa-Soumana | Read the abstract

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Immunogenicity of fractional dose Yellow Fever vaccine in children and HIV+ adults
Maria Namulwana | JS2022
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Pharmacovigilance monitoring of COVID-19 vaccines in Niger
Abdoul-Moumouni Issa-Soumana | JS2022

Session | Malaria

Moderator: Myriam Henkens, MSF International

  • Mass drug administration as a tool for rapid reduction of malaria morbidity and mortality in emergency settings. Lise Grout | Read the abstract
  • Incidence of Malaria, with or without Seasonal Malaria Chemoprevention (SMC) in Moïssala, Chad 2014-2021. Jessica Sayyad Hilario & Arielle Calmejane | Read the abstract

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Mass drug administration as a tool for rapid reduction of malaria morbidity and mortality in emergency settings
Lise Grout | JS2022
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Incidence of Malaria, with or without Seasonal Malaria Chemoprevention (SMC) in Moïssala, Chad 2014-2021
Jessica Sayyad Hilario & Arielle Calmejane | JS2022

Round table: How will we prevent malaria in the future? 

Moderator: Myriam Henkens, MSF International

Introductory presentation to the round table:

  • Evidence and new recommendations for malaria prevention tools. Matthew Coldiron | Read the abstract


Round table with:

  • Umberto Dalessandro, Medical Research Council Unit, The Gambia
  • Alassane Dicko, MRTC-University of Bamako, Mali
  • Saschveen Singh, MSF, France

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Evidence and new recommendations for malaria prevention tools
Matthew Coldiron | JS2022

Session | Epidemic

Moderator: Daniela Garone, MSF International

  • Development and validation of a simple outbreak alert system to improve measles control in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Catherine Eisenhauer & Birgit Nikolay | Read the abstract
  • Identifying zones for preemptive vaccination activity during measles epidemics in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Catherine Eisenhauer | Read the abstract
  • CATI - Case Area Targeted Interventions for cholera response. Flavio Finger | Read the abstract
  • The first reactive mass vaccination campaign against Hepatitis E in Bentiu, South Sudan. Robin Nesbitt | Read the abstract

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Development and validation of a simple outbreak alert system to improve measles control in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Catherine Eisenhauer & Birgit Nikolay | JS2022
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Identifying zones for preemptive vaccination activity during measles epidemics in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Catherine Eisenhauer | JS2022
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CATI - Case Area Targeted Interventions for cholera response
Flavio Finger | JS2022
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The first reactive mass vaccination campaign against Hepatitis E in Bentiu, South Sudan
Robin Nesbitt | JS2022

Session | Covid-19 France

Moderator: Pierre Lombrail, Université de Paris 13, France 

  • Drivers of COVID-19 vaccine uptake among homeless and precariously housed people in France: a cross-sectional population-based study (the PREVAC study). Charline Vincent | Read the abstract
  • The second wave of COVID-19 in EHPAD: A mixed study in the PACA and Occitania regions. Thomas Roederer | Read the abstract

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Drivers of COVID-19 vaccine uptake among homeless and precariously housed people in France: a cross-sectional population-based study (the PREVAC study)
Charline Vincent| JS2022
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The second wave of COVID-19 in EHPAD: A mixed study in the PACA and Occitania regions
Thomas Roederer | JS2022

Session | Covid-19 Africa

Moderator: Salha Issoufou, MSF WACA 

  • Impact of Covid-19 on HIV care in Malawi and Uganda. Jihane Ben-Farhat | Read the abstract
  • Retrospective mortality and COVID seroprevalence during the pandemic in three African settings: in Cameroon and in the cities of Abidjan and Lubumbashi. Erica Simons | Read the abstract

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Impact of Covid-19 on HIV care in Malawi and Uganda
Jihane Ben-Farhat | JS2022
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Retrospective mortality and COVID seroprevalence during the pandemic in three African settings: in Cameroon and in the cities of Abidjan and Lubumbashi
Erica Simons | JS2022

Round table: COVID-19 in Africa: what impact, what responses, what priorities? 

Moderator: Salha Issoufou, MSF WACA 

  • John Amuasi, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana
  • Juliet Nabyonga-Orem, WHO, Zimbabwe
  • Helen Rees, WITS RHI, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa

Abstracts

Research center in Niger

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Coronavirus, Tribune Eboko, in the Journal Le Monde

Research center in Uganda

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Dan Nyehangane et son équipe dans le centre de Mbarara

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