5015.0 Poster Session 9: Innovations in International Health 2

Wednesday, November 10, 2010: 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM
This Poster Session explores Innovations in International Health
Session Objectives: * Compare the health outcomes of children in four different preschool scenarios in urban and rural Karnataka, India. * Identify sources of misunderstanding between Western medical providers and Haitian women. * Evaluate and assess the effectiveness of Intermittent Preventive Treatment in pregnancy with sulphadoxine-pyrimethane in preventing malaria and anemia among pregnant women.

Board 1
Preschool type and child health outcomes in urban and rural Karnataka, India
Angela Lloyd, MEd, MSPH, Norbert Wagner, MD, PhD, Ricardo Izurieta, MD and Naveen Ramesh, MBBS
Board 2
Board 3
Reduction in confirmed malaria cases in Zambia: The effect of IRS in matched intervention and control districts
Cecilia Shinondo, MPH, ScD, Melinda Ojermark, MPH, Dayton Makusa, Moonje Shimukowa and Brian Chirwa, MSc
Board 5
Intermittent preventive treatment (IPT) in prevention of malaria and anemia in pregnancy
Nana Otoo Wilson, MPH, Fatou Ceesay, MPH, Yassa Ndjakani, MD MPH, Naomi Wangui Lucchi, PhD, Patricia Rodney, PhD MPH and Jonathan Stiles, PhD
Board 6
Factors influencing the use of bednets in Southeastern Nigeria
Tamica Moon, MPH, Julie Gutman, MD, Emmanuel Emukah, Patricia Graves, PhD, Nkwocha Omeni, Nwankwo Lawrence, Gift Opara, Adaku Echebima, Rita Otozi, Mgbodichi Onyia and Frank Richards, MD
Board 8
Challenges of participation in the Venezuelan health reform Barrio Adentro
Qamar Mahmood, MBBS; MSc; PhD (Candidate) and Carles Muntaner, MD, PhD

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Organized by: International Health
Endorsed by: Asian Pacific Islander Caucus for Public Health

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