Dr. Marie-Claude Bottineau Pediatrician, Neonatology, Pediatrics Intensive Care, MSF CH, Geneva, Switzerland Dr. Bottineau is a French Pediatrician with a DESS in Neonatology, a competency in Pediatrics Intensive Care and a Master Degree in Public Health and Tropical Medicine. She did the first part of her carrier working in General and University Hospitals in France […]
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16:00 17:30 PS12 TUESDAY, 15 APRIL 2014 ROOM: LEMAN Integrating Neonatal Care in Low Income Countries: the Big Place of the Very Small Babies MODERATOR: Dr. Marie-Claude Bottineau MD, MPH & TM Pediatrician, Neonatology, Pediatrics Intensive Care, MSF CH, Geneva, Switzerland SPEAKERS: Dr. Anne Pittet, Pediatrician, Hôpital de l’Enfance à Lausanne and MSF CH, Geneva, […]
This study aims to describe immunization status at first visit in a collective of young people coming to an academic youth clinic. Results confirm our hypothesis that many young immigrants have had adequate childhood vaccination especially for tetanus but missing Hepatitis B and HPV. Collaboration of nurses between nurses in youth clinic and school health […]
Journalists against TB (JATB) is a communications platform created to supplement the information put out by the mainstream media on TB and to bring sharper focus to the issue by inviting participation from multi-stakeholders. Six journalists who have been active in the media have come together to create the space, which affords opportunities for dissemination […]
Many infectious diseases affecting the developing world are potentially treatable in the longer term. However, economic disincentives have resulted in underinvestment in medical research for new vaccines and medicines targeted at these diseases.
The objectives of the Integrated Child Survival campaign in Mali were to reach more than 95% of children with measles vaccination and more than 80% of children with all other interventions.
The implementation of the WHO Expanded Programme on Immunization (EPI) is one of the most effective public health initiatives worldwide. Immunization is essential to achieve the Millennium Development Goal (MDG) of reducing child mortality.
This paper aims to undertake a pooled economic evaluation of IPTi. A range of cost effectiveness and implementation issues were investigated using efficacy results from the various sites. Information on provider and household costs averted (both inpatients and outpatients), together with data on the potential absorption capacity of IPTi into the existing health system were […]
In the perspective of putting in place of mass yellow fever vaccination campaigns, 12 African countries including Cameroon were targeted by the Global Alliance Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI) amongst the 34 countries of high risk of epidemic.
Since the year 2007, three consecutive outbreaks of Q fever have been reported in the Netherlands. The ongoing 2009 outbreak in the north-eastern part of the province of Noord-Brabant is the largest community outbreak ever, with 2,204 cases reported until October 8, 2009.