Malaria and emerging infectious diseases II
Tuesday, November 5, 2013: 10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
malaria and other infectious diseases continue to pose a great societal and economic burden globally. This session will discuss how to address measures the global public health workforce can put into practice to reduce the challenges caused by these infectious diseases
Session Objectives: Discuss why malaria poses a major public health challenge in many parts of the world
Determinants of success in partnership for global disease eradication: A case study of government-led partnership with WHO, CORE group of international and national NGOs, unicef and rotary contributing to the success of the polio eradication programme in India
Jitendra Awale, B.Sc, Master of Social Work (MSW), Roma Solomon, MBBS, Rina Dey, BFA, MA in Journalism and Mass Communication and Manojkumar Choudhary, MA ,Master of Population Studies (MPS)
Insecticide treated wall liner: Cost-effectiveness of a new tool for malaria prevention
Donald S. Shepard, PhD, Elizabeth Glaser, PhD, MSc, ACRN, George Olang, Nabie Bayoh, PhD, Frank Odhiambo, PhD, Vincent Were, Peter Otieno, Simon Kariuki, PhD, Kayla Laserson, ScD, Meghna Desai, PhD, John Gimnig, PhD, Mary Hamel, MD, Aggrey Kihombo, PhD and Angelique Rwiyereka, MBBS, MA,MS
Value of information analysis in decision-analytic modeling for malaria control in africa
Dohyeong Kim, PhD, Zachary Brown, PhD, Richard Anderson, PhD, Randall Kramer, PhD, Clifford Mutero, PhD and Marie Lynn Miranda, PhD
Building partnerships to address nutrition and food insecurity of people living with HIV (PLHIV) in latin america and the Caribbean
Kathryn Pitkin Derose, PhD, MPH, Kartika Palar, PhD, Hugo Farias, BA, Harold Green, PhD, Jayne Adams, MSW, Blanca Ramirez, MPH, Alexandria Smith, MPH and Homero Martinez, MD, PhD
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Organized by: International Health
Endorsed by: Epidemiology
Medical (CME), Health Education (CHES), Nursing (CNE), Public Health (CPH)