HWTS Abstracts – 2012 American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene

November 13, 2012 · 0 comments

Household Water Treatment and Safe Storage Abstracts – American Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene Conference 2012.

WASHplus complied an annotated bibliography of 21 HWTS presentations at the 2012 ASTMH conference.

Titles of the presentations are:

  • 1 – INTEGRATING DENGUE AND DIARRHEA CONTROL IN RURAL SCHOOLS IN COLOMBIA: A CLUSTER RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL
  • 2 – CRYPTOSPORIDIUM INFECTION IN CHILDREN LESS THAN FIVE YEARS OLD WITH MODERATE-TO-SEVERE DIARRHEA IN RURAL WESTERN KENYA, 2008-2011
  • 3 – AN UNUSUAL PARTNERSHIP TO ENSURE SAFE DRINKING WATER TO THE RURAL POPULATION IN INDIA
  • 4- PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT OF THE POTENTIAL EFFECTIVENESS OF WATER FILTERS TO REDUCE DIARRHEAL DISEASE BURDEN IN CHILDREN YOUNGER THAN FIVE YEARS OLD IN A PACIFIC ISLAND NATION
  • 5 – MOTIVATING CONTINUED USE OF POINT OF USE WATER TREATMENT IN RURAL BANGLADESH
  • 6 – THE NEED FOR POINT OF USE WATER TREATMENTS IN AREAS OF PERI-URBAN POVERTY: CASE STUDY OUTSIDE IQUITOS, PERU
  • 7 – DENGUE AND DIARRHEAL DISEASE RISK FACTORS IN RURAL AND SUBURBAN VILLAGES IN THAILAND AND LAOS
  • 8 – A COMMUNITY RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL OF AN INTEGRATED HOME-BASED INTERVENTION IMPROVING HOUSEHOLD-AIR POLLUTION, DRINKING WATER QUALITY AND HYGIENE IN RURAL PERU
  • 9 – THE JOINT EFFECTS OF EFFICACY AND COMPLIANCE: A STUDY OF HOUSEHOLD WATER TREATMENT EFFECTIVENESS
  • 10 – THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DISTANCE TO HOUSEHOLD WATER SOURCE AND MODERATE-TO-SEVERE DIARRHEA IN YOUNG CHILDREN IN THE GLOBAL ENTERICS MULTI-CENTER STUDY (GEMS), KENYA, 2009-2011
  • 11 – RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN USE OF WATER FROM COMMUNITY-SCALE WATER TREATMENT REFILL KIOSKS AND CHILDHOOD DIARRHEA IN JAKARTA
  • 12 – OUTBREAK OF MULTI-DRUG RESISTANT SALMONELLA TYPHI, LUSAKA, ZAMBIA, 2011-2012
  • 13 – EVIDENCE THAT MULTISECTOR FOOD SECURITY INTERVENTION PROGRAM IN RURAL PANAMA REDUCES HOOKWORM INFECTION IN PRESCHOOL CHILDREN
  • 14 – EVALUATION OF HOUSEHOLD LEVEL INTERVENTIONS DURING A LARGE, URBAN TYPHOID FEVER OUTBREAK – HARARE, ZIMBABWE 2011-2012
  • 15 – PROGRESS ON MDG 7.C IN THE MILLENNIUM VILLAGES AFTER THREE YEARS: IMPROVED HOUSEHOLD WATER AND SANITATION
  • 16 – POST-IMPLEMENTATION EFFECTIVENESS OF FOUR HOUSEHOLD WATER TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES IN TYPICAL-USE CONDITIONS IN RURAL KENYA
  • 17 – EVALUATION OF THE MICROBIOLOGIC SAFETY OF STORED RAINWATER AS AN IMPROVED DRINKING WATER SOURCE FOR COMMUNITIES IN KHON KAEN, THAILAND
  • 18 – REDUCTIONS IN DIARRHEA AND CLINIC VISITS FOR DIARRHEA AMONG CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF FIVE ASSOCIATED WITH A SCHOOL-BASED WATER SUPPLY, SANITATION AND HYGIENE INTERVENTION IN WESTERN KENYA: A CLUSTER-RANDOMIZED TRIAL
  • 19 – PERSISTENT, WIDESPREAD OUTBREAK OF TYPHOID FEVER ASSOCIATED WITH INTESTINAL PERFORATIONS – BUNDIBUGYO AND KASESE DISTRICTS, UGANDA, 2009-2011
  • 20 – THE IMPACT OF IMPROVED SCHOOL WATER, SANITATION AND HYGIENE ACCESS ON PUPIL DIARRHEA: A CLUSTERRANDOMIZED TRIAL
  • 21 – EVALUATION OF EDUCATION THROUGH LISTENING, A COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT METHODOLOGY, TO PROMOTE THE ADOPTION OF SAFE HOUSEHOLD WATER TREATMENT BEHAVIORS IN COMMUNITIES IN WESTERN KENYA
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