ISC 2015 Presentations

10 May 2016

“Health and Demographic Research to Inform the Post-2015 Development Agenda”

  1. Africa Programme on Accelerated Improvement of Civil Registration and Vital Statistics 
  2. ART-Related Changes in Fertility at the Population Level in rural Malawi, 2003-2013
  3. Cardio-metabolic disease risk and HIV status in rural South Africa; establishing a baseline
  4. Cause-specific mortality across INDEPTH sites and beyond
  5. Childhood mortality, childhood morbidity, and subsequent fertility decisions
  6. Community-Level Antibiotic Access And Use In Low- And Middle-Income Countries; Finding Targets For Social Interventions To Improve Rational Antimicrobial Use
  7. Comparison of web based online registration of births, deaths, and migration with home visits in Chakaria, Bangladesh
  8. Data Quality Check in Paperless HDSS
  9. Developing and Validating Innovative Methods to improve measurement of Out-Of-Pocket payments for health services in Low and Middle-Income countries

10. Effectiveness of an integrated chronic disease management model in improving patients’ health outcomes in rural South Africa 

11. Ethiopia Health Sector Transformation Plan

12. Ethiopian Universities Research Centers Network

13. Evaluation of census data with HDSS, Rural Senegal

14. Excellence in ethics

15. Facilitating the Translation of Research Evidence to Policy & Practice – The INDEPTH Experience

16. Factors influencing adverse events reporting within the health care system, The case of artemisinin-based combination treatments in Northern Ghana

17. Fertility in rural Senegal

18. Fertility in SSA what can we learn from INDEPTH sites ISC 2015Generating the metrics for Every Newborn Action Plan (ENAP) in the SDG era – the INDEPTH Network’s Contribution

19. Harmonising Data Collection -iSHARE2


21. HDSS and CRVS in low and middle income countries

22. Healthy or Unhealthy Migrants Identifying Selection, Socialisation and Adaptation Effects in Comparative Analysis of African HDSS

23. High Prevalence of Cryptococcal Antigenemia among HIV-infected Patients Receiving Antiretroviral Therapy in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

24. Hospitalization among adults resident in the Africa Centre Demographic Surveillance area in Rural KwaZulu-Natal South Africa

25. How editors handle papers

26. INDEPTH ISC 2015 independent assessment

27. INDEPTH Network, Ogutu

28. Linking HDSS data to health services data Challenges and opportunities

29. Magnitude and patterns of Migration

30. National vaccination campaigns with OPV and H1N1;

31. OpenHDS implementation in Manhiça HDSS challenges, achievements and lessons learned

32. OpenHDS training, data migration and paper based update experience in Ethiopia

33. Factors Associated With Under Five Mortality In Iganga/Mayuge Districts, Uganda

34. Overview of INDEPTH’s role in policy process

35. Phase IV studies of anti-malarial drug; the Indepth Experience(INESS)

36. Predictors of Low Birth Weights in the Kassena-Nankana districts of the Upper East Region of Ghana

37. Psychometric Evaluation of the Major Depression Inventory at the Kenyan Coast

38. RTS,S Safety Post Approval Programme Partnership Committee (SPSAP PC) meeting

39. Socio-demographic inequalities in HIV testing and prevalence among older adults in rural Tanzania, 2013

40. Socioeconomic and demographic determinants of birth weight in southern rural Ghana evidence from Dodowa Health and Demographic Surveillance System (DHDSS)

41. Spatial and Space-time clustering of mortality due to malaria in rural Tanzania evidence from Ifakara and Rufiji HDSSs

42. Spatial epidemiology of Tuberculosis in High Burden Counties of Kisumu and Siaya, Western Kenya in 2013

43. State of the Network - Addis Ababa, 11 November 2015 - AG

44. Strengthening genomic studies of cardiometabolic diseases in Africa – the AWI-Gen experience

45. The association between common mental disorder and tuberculosis, a case control study from Guinea Bissa

46. The potential of the INDEPTH network to contribute towards urgently needed data for the SDG’s – a case study from the Agincourt HDSS

47. The relationships between structure, process and outcome as a measure of quality of care in the integrated chronic disease management model in rural South Africa 

48. The state of enrolment on the NHIS in a rural Ghana after a decade of implementation

49. The WHO review of the possible non-specific effects of diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis (DTP)

50. Trends in HIV service coverage_powerpoint_Ivan Kasamba

51. Trends in socio-economic disparities in a rapid under-five mortality transition Findings

52. Under five mortality and its predictors in Gilgel Gibe HDSS

53. Use of hospital-based morbidity surveillance to explain mortality trends in the Kilifi Health and Demographic Surveillance System

54. Vaccinations and child survival The Optimunize study