Policymakers, national control program professionals, and practitioners problem solve and exchange best practices in this community with the goal of improving the prevention, management and treatment of malaria.
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University; American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
University of Lagos College of Medicine
Emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases are some of the major threats to life on the planet. Current concerns on outbreaks of resistant organisms are also driven by multiple factors of globalisation. The quest for livelihoods and trade, as well as…
Thanks everyone again for an informative discussion on the battle with fake antimalarial drugs. It was clear that there may be quite a widespread, if not ubiquitous, struggle with fake and (or) substandard antimalarials and that there is need for research…
The management of malaria commodities is subject to the patterns of the disease, including seasonal fluctuations in some areas with increased cases during the rainy season. As a result, demand and use of malaria medicines and tests may increase. This new…
Dr. Mohamed Y. Dualeh
Dr. Mohamed Y. Dualeh holds a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) degree from Hope University, Somalia and currently attaining his Masters Degree in Public Health (MPH) from Kampala University. He also received a Professional Development Certificate in Occupational Safety and Health Administration from OSHAcademy, Oregon, USA.
He joined Hargeisa TB Hospital in September, 2014 to the position of medical doctor and later become -in addition- a medical data officer at the hospital
Hargeisa TB Hospital
Citizens Health Watch, Zimbabwe
University of Toronto, Department of Family and Community Medicine