A cluster randomized controlled trial to measure the impact of an integrated preventive vector control program on dengue incidence.
09 Jul 2020, 15:00 (UTC +8)
Say Piau Lim
Market Segment Manager (Vector Control), APAC, Bayer
Dr Rose Nani Binti Mudin
Head of Vector Borne Disease Sector, Ministry of Health
Dr Nurulhusna A. Hamid
Principal Investigator & Research Officer, Institute for Medical Research, Ministry of Health
Dr Mitra Saadatian-Elahi
Epidemiologist & Project Leader, Hospices Civils de Lyon
About the session
The Intervention for Dengue Epidemiology in Malaysia (iDEM) program aims to reduce the threat to public health and global economies caused by dengue. iDEM focuses on reassessing a traditionally reactive approach to treating dengue and other vector-borne diseases, while at the same time demonstrating the effectiveness of ongoing management programs that are grounded in prevention.
Join us as we speak with members of the iDEM consortium to find out more about the program. Download the flyer here.
Download the publication
Hamid, N., Alexander, N., Suer, R., Ahmed, N., Mudin, R., Omar, T., . . . Saadatian-Elahi, M. (2020). Targeted outdoor residual spraying, autodissemination devices and their combination against Aedes mosquitoes: Field implementation in a Malaysian urban setting. Bulletin of Entomological Research, 1-8. doi:10.1017/S0007485320000188
Download the publication from Bulletin of Entomological Research here.