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Feasibility of HIV Prevention Cohort Studies Among Men Who Have Sex With Men in Sub-Saharan Africa

This study aims to determine the feasibility of recruiting and retaining men who have sex with men (MSM) in a multi-country prospective cohort study in preparation for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) prevention studies in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA).

A Survey of Hospitalizations in Cardiology Units in Sub-Saharan Africa

FEVRIER study is an observatory of hospitalizations in cardiology units in sub-Saharan Africa.


Developing Non-Communicable Disease Registries in Africa : A Step Towards Providing Quality Data for Improving Patient Outcomes

This umbrella protocol seeks to develop robust data registries for non-communicable diseases (NCDs) in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) with the aim of providing accurate and comprehensive data for the evaluation of such diseases in sub-Saharan African countries.Healthy volunteers will be included in the study for comparison.

Anesthesia for Ambulatory Pediatric Surgery in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA)

Long surgical wait-times and limited hospital capacity are common obstacles to surgical care in many countries in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). Ambulatory surgery might offer a solution to these problems. The aim is to study the introduction of ambulatory surgery in a pediatric hospital in SSA. This is a cross-sectional descriptive study which took place over 6 months. It includes all the patients assigned to ambulatory surgery in the Pediatric University Hospital in Ouagado...

Novel Use Of Hydroxyurea in an African Region With Malaria

Multiple studies have shown that hydroxyurea has clinical efficacy in preventing acute painful episodes and reducing the need for blood transfusions in children with sickle cell anemia (SCA), but no study has been conducted in malaria endemic regions of sub-Saharan Africa, the areas with the most children with SCA. The primary goal of this study is to investigate the safety and efficacy of hydroxyurea for children with SCA in a malaria endemic region within sub-Saharan Africa.

Primary Prevention of Stroke in Children With Sickle Cell Disease in Sub-Saharan Africa II

The overall goal of this proposal is to conduct a Phase III randomized clinical trial for primary stroke prevention in children with sickle cell anemia (SCA) in sub-Saharan Africa.

In-Vivo Response of P. Falciparum to Antimalarial Treatment in HIV-Infected and HIV-Uninfected Adults

Plasmodium falciparum malaria and HIV are among the most important infectious diseases in sub-Saharan Africa. Approximately two-thirds of the estimated 35 million HIV infected persons live in sub-Saharan Africa. Of the 300-500 million annual cases of malaria infection occurring worldwide, about 90% of P. falciparum infections occur in sub-Saharan Africa, resulting in approximately 1 million deaths, mostly in children under five years of age. It is clear that HIV and malaria are...

Feasibility and Interest of a HIV Quarterly Preventive Global Care in Men Who Have Sex With Men in Sub-Saharan Africa

The objective of the study is to evaluate the feasibility and interest of a HIV quarterly preventive global care for men who have sex with men (MSM) in sub-Saharan Africa to help reducing HIV incidence in this key population, their female partners, and the general population. This interventional, open label, multicenter, multidisciplinary cohort study will be conducted in Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast, Mali and Burundi. All participants will receive a HIV quarterly preventive glob...

A Study to Evaluate the Safety, Effectiveness and Impact of the GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals' Malaria Vaccine- RTS, S/AS01E in Young Children in Sub-Saharan Africa

The RTS, S/AS01E vaccine has been developed for routine immunization of children living in malaria-endemic countries of sub-Saharan Africa. This study is intended as a post-implementation safety study (after vaccine implementation), with the primary objective to evaluate the safety of vaccine after its administration. In addition to the primary objective, the study will also evaluate the impact and effectiveness of the vaccine.

Effectiveness of Therapeutic Alliance and Minimal Intervention for Chronic Low Back Pain

This study aims to evaluate the effectiveness of minimal intervention and therapeutic alliance in pain, specific and general disability, global perceived effect, empathy, credibility and expectation of improvement in patients with chronic non-specific low back pain

Construction of the Therapeutic Alliance Between Inpatient Psychiatric Patients and Nurses

Clarify the determinants of the construction of a Therapeutic Alliance (AT) between paramedical staff (nurses and caregivers ) and adult patients in a functional unit of full-time general psychiatric Whether the quality of Therapeutic Alliance influences the continued support outpatient , after completion of full-time hospitalization.

Optimizing Sysmex Technology as an Innovative Tool to Differentiate Between Malaria (PALUdism) and BACterial Infections in a Malaria Endemic Region

Severe malaria and bacterial Blood Stream Infections (bBSI) are impossible to differentiate clinically. This poses a particular threat in low resource areas, where bBSI is often not diagnosed due to the unavailability of rapid diagnostic means. Even if used appropriately, the sensitivity of blood culture to diagnose bBSI is estimated to be around 50%. To counter the high mortality rate associated with bBSI, antibiotics are often prescribed without microbiological confirmation. ...

Therapeutic Alliance Tensions and Repair in Psychotherapy Practices

This study evaluates a professional development program intended to improve the relationship or alliance between therapists and patients/clients who are receiving psychotherapy in the community. Half of the participating therapists will receive training to detect and improve alliance with new patients while half will not. The professional development training is expected to improve therapists effectiveness in identifying and correcting alliance tensions which will, in turn, imp...

Promoting Comprehensive Cervical Cancer Prevention and Better Women Health in Cameroon

In sub-Saharan Africa, cervical cancer is the leading cause of cancer death among women because of the difficulty in implementing screening programs. The main obstacles in these countries are poverty, lack of healthcare infrastructures and trained practitioners. With the availability of new technologies, researchers are looking for new strategies adapted to low- and middle-income countries to identify cervical precancerous lesions. Current evidence shows that Human Papilloma V...

Life Course, HIV and Hepatitis B Among African Migrants Living in Ile-de-France

Populations from Sub-Saharan Africa represent one of the most dynamic immigration flows in France and are among the most exposed to HIV infection and hepatitis B. The Parcours study aims to understand, among sub-Saharan African migrants, how social and individual factors combine in the course of migration and settlement in France, and influence the risk of infection, access to prevention and care, and the effectiveness of care for both HIV and hepatitis B diseases. The ...

Warfarin Anticoagulation in Patients in Sub-Saharan Africa

This research programme aims to translate expertise in warfarin anticoagulation from resource-rich to low and middle income countries (LMIC)settings with the goal of improving patient health outcomes. An observational study which will be used to develop warfarin dosing algorithms - the ultimate aim will be to ascertain whether these algorithms increase time in the therapeutic range, reduce bleeding and thrombotic risks, and clinic visits for International Normalised rati...

Treatment of Patients With Active Neurocysticercosis in Eastern Africa

This multi-centre prospective cohort study of symptomatic patients with active neurocysticercosis (NCC) aims to identify factors related to treatment success of anthelmintic therapy. Neurological symptom/sign and cyst resolution, quality of life, accuracy and performance of serological T. solium diagnostics and NCC-specific immunological parameter will be followed up at multiple time points in the study. The final assessment will be done six months after the end of anthe...

Impact of Improved "Injera" Baking Stove Use on Childhood Acute Respiratory Infection Prevention in Northwest Ethiopia

In Ethiopia, great majorities (95%) of households rely on solid biomass fuels such as wood, muck, crop residues, and charcoal burned in highly polluting stoves to meet the basic household energy needs with its severe health consequences due to emission of toxic indoor air pollutants. Correspondingly, household air pollution (HAP) from biomass fuel use is now estimated to be responsible for nearly 3.5 million premature deaths annually, with the highest disease burdens experience...

Resistance Testing to Improve Management of Virologic Failure in Sub-Saharan Africa

The study design is an open-label, randomized controlled trial. The study will be conducted at study sites in Uganda and South Africa. The study population will include HIV-infected patients on first-line antiretroviral therapy with a recent viral load >1,000 copies/milliliter (or dried blood spot viral load >5,000 copies/milliliter). Eligible participants will be randomized to the WHO-based standard of care for management of virologic failure or immediate resistance testing to...

Alliance With Therapeutic Entourage in Support of Young Suicidal

Regardless of age, the quality of hospital care, the confidence that the young can have in the health care team, joining parents are pivotal elements and influence followed. Family support is all the more important as 14% of young people realize a new suicidal act within three months of hospitalization for attempted suicide, and that the essential predictors appear to be the young age and quality of intra-family relationships. The main objective of this study is to determine, ...

Can Presumptive Anthelminthic Treatment Delay the Progression of HIV in ART-naïve Patients in Rural Africa?

This study focuses on one of the major health issues of Sub-Saharan Africa: multi-parasitism and co-infections. In particular this study aims to elucidate the interaction of helminths with HIV. There is good reason to suspect a detrimental effect of helminth infection on the course of HIV infection. We hypothesize, that treatment of helminths in HIV- and helminth co-infected individuals leads to a reduction of HIV viral load. With a lower HIV RNA level one would expect a...

Patient Feedback Effectiveness Study

The purpose of the study is to determine if a semi-automated quality improvement system that provides addiction counselors with feedback on their average treatment satisfaction and therapeutic alliance (as rated by patients currently in treatment) is superior to no feedback in 32 community-based outpatient addiction treatment clinics.

Non-specific Effects of Vaccination on Mortality and Morbidity

It has long been recognized that the positive effects of vaccination on childhood mortality cannot be solely attributed to a decline in the disease targeted by the vaccine. These so-called non-specific effects of vaccination have so far mostly been linked to mortality. However, it has been suggested that non-specific effects may also effect morbidity and nutritional status. This study aims to further explore the correlation between vaccination, susceptibility to infectious dise...

Impact of Case-management on Therapeutic Alliance With First Episode Psychosis Patients (CAMAT)

The first aim of this study is to test the effect of the case management on the evolution of therapeutic alliance in patients with first episode psychosis in comparison with traditional nursing. The second aim is to test the effect of case management on nurses' well-being in comparison with traditional nursing. The third objective aims to show if therapeutic alliance is associated with insight in patients and with clinical and demographic data.

Early Versus Delayed Antiretroviral Therapy (ART) in the Treatment of Cryptococcal Meningitis in Africa

Cryptococcal Meningitis continues to be one of the most devastating AIDS defining illness in sub-Saharan Africa. Despite the availability of azoles such as fluconazole for treatment, mortality remains high with some studies showing 100% mortality. The investigators designed a study to determine if timing of the initiation of antiretroviral therapy (ART) in patients with cryptococcal meningitis and HIV would improve survival. The investigators hypothesis was that early initia...

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