Tag archive for Adolescents

Mobilisation sociale, consentement et acceptabilité : analyse des méthodes de vaccination contre le papillomavirus humain dans les pays à faibles revenus et à revenu intermédiaire

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Il est particulièrement important  de mettre en oeuvre une communication efficace avant l’introduction du vaccin contre le virus du papillome humain (HPV) afin d’encourager l’acceptation, le taux de personnes traitées  et l’observance chez des jeunes filles d’un groupe d’âge inhabituel.
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Evacuations suite à une catastrophe et perte de médicaments : revue systématique de la littérature

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Nous ne disposions pas  de données quant à l’impact de la perte de médicaments après une catastrophe, telles  que le nombre de patients ayant perdu leurs médicaments,  le poids que représente le renouvellement des médicaments pour les activités de secours médical, …

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Promoting handwashing and sanitation behaviour change in low- and middle-income countries

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No promotional approaches for handwashing and sanitation behaviour change are better than others, yet several promotional elements look promising.
This systematic review examined the effectiveness and implementation of approaches to promote handwashing and sanitation behaviour change in low- and middle income countries. …

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Comparaisons des solutions isotoniques et hypotoniques pour l’administration de liquides intraveineux d’entretien chez les enfants

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Une étude Cochrane a comparé les solutions isotoniques (contenant une concentration en sodium similaire au plasma) et hypotoniques (contenant une concentration en sodium inférieure au plasma) pour l’hydratation d’entretien par voie intraveineuse chez les enfants. Il a été constaté que les …

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Antibiotiques contre la pneumonie acquise en communauté chez l’adulte traité en externe

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Les essais randomisés contrôlés (ERC) n’apportent pas de preuves suffisantes de l’efficacité des divers traitements antibiotiques chez les patients âgés de plus de 12 ans avec un diagnostic de pneumonie acquise en communauté (PAC).
La PAC est associée à des taux de …

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Extreme weather events in developing countries and related injuries and mental health disorders – a systematic review

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There is an increased burden of psychological diseases and injury due to extreme weather events. This finding needs to be incorporated into activities of prevention, preparedness and general health care of those developing countries increasingly experiencing extreme weather events.
Due to …

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Arboviral and other illnesses in travellers returning from Brazil, June 2013 to May 2016: implications for the 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games

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During the 2013–15 Brazilian winter months (August and September) there were no cases of Zika virus infection or chikungunya and 3 cases of dengue fever documented in travellers. During October-July 2013 -15 there were 14 cases of Zika, 15 of chikungunya …

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Secondary Stressors and Extreme Events and Disasters: A Systematic Review of Primary Research from 2010-2011

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The review findings from non-randomised studies published between 2010 and 2011 identified categories of secondary stressors such as economic stressors, health related stressors, loss of physical possessions and resources, health-related stressors, stress relating to education and schooling, stress arising from media …

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Evidence in humanitarian emergencies: what does it look like?

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By Jeremy Shoham and Marie McGrath, ENN
Over 20 years, ENN has published Field Exchange to help achieve our purpose of strengthening the evidence and know-how for effective nutrition interventions in countries prone to crisis and high levels of malnutrition. It provides the experiences of those implementing nutrition …

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A systematic review of the effectiveness of mental health promotion interventions for young people in low and middle income countries 

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Interventions promoting the mental health of young people can be implemented effectively in Low Middle Income Countries (LMIC) school and community settings with moderate to strong evidence of their impact on both positive and negative mental health outcomes. Findings from school-based …

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