PMI Impact Malaria looks forward to participating in the 69th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (ASTMH), from November 15-19. In a moment when it is particularly essential to maintain malaria gains under the many challenges imposed by COVID-19, this year’s meeting is an opportunity to share some of PMI Impact Malaria’s (IM) latest research.
In the most unique ASTMH Annual Meeting ever, IM will convene a symposium collaboration, give two oral presentations, and showcase four posters on lessons learned from the rollout of supportive supervision, a new internship program, remote mentoring, and more. See below for a list of IM events.
Severe Malaria, Improving the Continuum of Care // Presentation: Rolling out Artesunate Rectal Capsules in Sierra Leone
November 18, 2:25 PM – 2:45 PM
Remote mentoring to ensure continuity of malaria service delivery during the COVID-19 pandemic in Zimbabwe, Cote d’Ivoire, and Cameroon
November 16, 1:30 PM – 3:00PM, Poster Session A
Findings of the Independent Survey of the Seasonal Malaria Chemoprevention (SMC) campaign in support of decision-making in the districts of intervention of the PMI Impact Malaria Project in Mali in 2019
November 17, 11:45 AM - 1:15 PM, Poster Session B
Improving the quality of malaria service delivery by Community Health Officers through internship training in Ghana
November 18, 11:45 AM – 1:15 PM, Poster Session C
Strengthening malaria data capture and addressing data accuracy through targeted supportive supervision of healthcare workers at facility level: early lessons in programming
Increasing access to malaria services through community health units and enhanced supportive supervision of community health volunteers
November 16, 3:00 PM – 4:45 PM, Scientific Session 18: Global Health: Planetary Health and Malaria
Outreach Training Supportive Supervision helps to sustain the quality of malaria microscopy in the Democratic Republic of Congo
November 18, 10:45AM – 12:30 PM, Scientific Session: 124: Malaria Control: Innovations and Opportunities for Healthcare Systems
PMI Impact Malaria is led by Population Services International (PSI) in partnership with Jhpiego, Medical Care Development International (MCDI), and UCSF.
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