American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (ASTMH) hosted its 71st Annual Meeting from October 30 through November 3, 2022. This year’s meeting was hybrid, with sessions held in Seattle, Washington and live-streamed for those who could not attend in person. CHAMPS was thrilled to be joining both in person and virtually from around the globe!
Staff and partners from the CHAMPS network presented 29 abstracts at this year’s meeting, covering topics from capturing home births when conducting Minimally Invasive Tissue Sampling (MITS); COVID-19 vaccine availability, accessibility, and hesitancy; and assessments of neural tube defects and other congenital birth defects.
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Many thanks to our exceptional presenters and to everyone who engaged with CHAMPS throughout the week!
Highlights from our presentations may be found below. Please send any questions to email@example.com.
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CHAMPS #TropMed22 Presentation Highlights
Detection of Orientia tsutsugamushi Infection from Stillbirth Cases: Finding from CHAMPS Study in Bangladesh
Characterizing the Burden of Hyaline Membrane Disease Among Diseased Infants Enrolled in the Kenya Child Health and Mortality Prevention Surveillance Network (CHAMPS) Program
Health Care Seeking Behavior for Illnesses in Children Aged Under Five Years in Western Kenya: A Qualitative Study
Congenital Birth Defects Among Perinatal Deaths: Findings from Child Health and Mortality Prevention Surveillance (CHAMPS) Bangladesh
(Link includes images of CHAMPS cases with congenital birth defects)
Characteristics of Callers who Sought Free Health Services from CHAMPS Call Centre in Baliakandi, a Rural Sub-District of Bangladesh
Genomic characterization of Klebsiella pneumoniae isolates from deaths in children under 5 years of age identified through the CHAMPS network
Molecular Epidemiology of Ureaplasma Species Isolated from Neonates in the Global Multi-Center Child Health and Mortality Prevention Surveillance Network
How do parents and relatives of deceased children experience the process of delivering results of causes of death of children enrolled in Child Health and Mortality Prevention Surveillance (CHAMPS) in southern and central Mozambique: Rapid Qualitative Assessment
Characterizing Cases of Fatal Severe Malaria in the Child Health and Mortality Prevention Surveillance (CHAMPS) Sites of Manhiça and Quelimane, Mozambique
Etiological Agents of Diarrheal Diseases Detected Among Under-5 Deaths in Manhiça and Quelimane Districts, Mozambique in the CHAMPS Network, 2017-2021
Neural Tube Defects: Making Sense of the Unexpected
Covid-19 associated excess mortality in Baliakandi, a rural demographic surveillance site in Bangladesh
Major Cause of Stillbirths and Neonatal Deaths and Preventive Measures: Feedback from Pregnant Women and Mothers of Young Children in Rural Bangladesh
Education and Occupation Are the Basic Factors Contributing to Inequity in COVID Vaccination Coverage Over Time Among People Aged 40 Years and Older: Findings From a Rural Cohort in Bangladesh
Sharing MITS Results with Mothers and its Impacts on Health-Seeking Behavior and Delivery Outcomes in Subsequent Pregnancy: Findings from CHAMPS Bangladesh
Gastroenteritis-associated deaths among children aged 1-59 months in rural and urban Western Kenya, 2017-2021: findings from the Child Health and Mortality Prevention Study (CHAMPS)
Identifying and addressing the excess burden of neural tube defects from CHAMPS Ethiopia: Transforming data to action