6ème Journée de Recherche opérationnelle
Présentations, débats et streaming en live sont au programme de cette 6ème édition de la Journée de la Recherche Opérationnelle alliant recherche scientifique et problématiques de terrain.
Vendredi 2 juin 2017
De 9h00 à 17h30
À Bruxelles et en live streaming
- Gaps in the cascade of care in two high HIV prevalence settings in Zimbabwe and Malawi
- “Throwing all we have”; combination of new drugs for the treatment of drug-resistant tuberculosis patients in Armenia, India and South Africa
- “Even if she’s sick at home, she will pretend that everything is fine”; Reasons patients delay seeking treatment for HIV in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)
- “Point-of-care tests can save lives”; screening patients with advanced HIV-disease in Conakry, Guinea
11h00 COFFEE BREAK
11h30 SLOT 2
A paradigm of today? Consequences of violence and trauma in humanitarian settings
Chairs: Amine Dahmane and Stefano Argenziano
- A crisis of protection and humane treatment: violence, physical trauma and deaths among migrants/refugees travelling along the Western Balkan corridor to Northern Europe
- Medical care, in Athens Greece, for migrants and refugees, who have suffered torture and other forms of ill-treatment
- Emergency department care for trauma patients in settings of active conflict versus urban violence: all of the same calibre?
- Saving life and limb: limb salvage using external fixation, a multi-centre review of orthopaedic surgical activities in Médecins Sans Frontières
14h00 SLOT 3
- Efficacy and effectiveness of an rVSV-vectored vaccine in preventing Ebola virus disease: final results from the Guinea ring vaccination, open-label, cluster-randomised trial (Ebola Ça Suffit!)
- Unregulated usage of labour-inducing medication in a region of Pakistan with poor drug regulatory control: characteristics and risk patterns
- Borehole diagnosis and rehabilitation as alternative to new borehole drilling – the Médecins Sans Frontières approach in rural Niger
- Late breaker: Klebsiella outbreak in an MSF unit in Central Africa Republic: the underlying problems and what needs to be done?
15h50 SLOT 4
Panel discussion: Qualitative research and the Community: what role in MSF Operations?
Chairs: Leen Verhenne and Tom Ellman
- “Tell it to my mother-in-law” women‘s sexual and reproductive health, their perception of and access to maternal health care services in Khost province, Afghanistan
- “Sex as usual”: linking anthropology with operations, Rustemberg, South Africa
17h20 CLOSING REMARKS
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