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Host specialization in ticks and transmission of tick-borne diseases: a review
International audience Determining patterns of host use, and the frequency at which these patterns change, are of key importance if we are to understand tick population dynamics, the evolution of tick biodiversity, and the circulation and evolution of associated pathogens. The question of whether ti...
Protest, mutineries and evasions. Detention registers in prisons (Burundi, Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire)
International audience "In the context of authoritarian restorations or post-conflict situations faced by many African societies, political incarcerations persist. They are accompanied by speeches on the radio, in the press or published essays and testimonies which are opportunities to build the pri...
A nationwide recovery: the case of Ebola virus disease in Senegal
La crise environnementale que connaît actuellement la Terre marque les limites de la science et du progrès technologique et remet en cause nos savoirs et nos certitudes. Cette crise écologique s'accompagne à l'échelle de la planète d'une aggravation des inégalités entre pays du Sud et pays du Nord,...
Widowhood experience in the context of HIV The widowhood experience in the HIV context: Taverne B., Desclaux A., Sow P. S., Delaporte E., Ndoye I. Evaluation of the individual and collective bioclinical and social impact of ARV treatment in HIV-1 patients treated for 10 years under ISAARV -Cohorte ANRS 1215. Final report
Sur la base d'entretiens individuels et collectifs avec 31 veuves de la cohorte ANRS 1215, ce chapitre décrit et analyse leur expérience, leur situation et les motifs de leur veuvage prolongé. Les veuves ont en commun des conditions socioéconomiques difficiles, qui les rendent dépendantes de leur fa...
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Diseases of the decade
This decade has been marked by issues of international health safety and monitoring. The concept of emerging diseases has been well illustrated by the appearance of new infectious agents such as SARS or emerging or re-emerging influenza viruses, the political, social and economic consequences of whi...
Assessment of the individual and collective bioclinical and social impact of ARV treatment in HIV-1 patients treated for 10 years under ISAARV — ANRS 1215 cohort. Final report
This report presents the results from studies conducted between 2009 and 2011 in Senegal in the framework of the ANRS 1215 research program aimed at documenting the long-term impact of therapeutic treatment with antiretroviral drugs. The 400 participants from ANRS cohort 1215 began treatment between...
A nationwide recovery A nationwide recovery: The case of Ebola virus disease in Senegal
The West African Ebola epidemic has focused concerns in the field of global health in 2014 due to the exceptional lethality of this virus. In Senegal, the diagnosis of MVE in a person from Guinea has inferred an outbreak, according to WHO definition, resulting in a crisis situation (collective anxie...
Study of the infection by principal bacteria transmitted by blood sucking arthropods to domestic carnivores in the region of Algiers
The bloodsucking arthropods are involved in the transmission of many bacteria whose mainbelong to the genera Anaplasma, Bartonella, Borrelia, Coxiella, Ehrlichia, Mycoplasmaand Rickettsia. Most resulted diseases are potentially emerging in Algeria. However, the firststep in assessing the risk of its...
The management of the 2005-2006 chikungunya epidemic in Réunion by the GP, The management of the chikungunya epidemic 2005-2006 in Réunion by the GP: CHR conferences in St Denis de la Réunion
From primary health care to Ebola: history and news of Community health in Guinea
The elderly and the attendance of associations Older people and the attendance of associations: Taverne B., Desclaux A., Sow P. S., Delaporte E., Ndoye I. Evaluation of the individual and collective bioclinical and social impact of ARV treatment in HIV-1 patients treated for 10 years under ISAARV -Cohorte ANRS 1215. Final report
Sur la base d'entretiens individuels et collectifs avec des personnes de plus de 50 ans et des leaders associatifs, ce chapitre décrit les motifs des personnes âgées pour fréquenter les associations d'appui aux personnes vivant avec le VIH, afin de comprendre si les associations répondent à leurs be...
Geographical and phylogenetic links between chimpanzees and humans and health consequences. Example of Kibale National Park in Uganda
Spatial and phylogenetical closeness between chimpanzees and humans and health consequences. study case of kibale national park, Uganda. Chimpanzee, our closest relative, is today severely threatened by habitat fragmentation. As a consequence, people and chimpanzees live in increasing proximity. In...
Negotiating Intersecting Precarities: COVID-19, Pandemic Preparedness and Response in Africa
International audience This article shares findings on COVID-19 in Africa across 2020 to examine concepts and practices of epidemic preparedness and response. Amidst uncertainties about the trajectory of COVID-19, the stages of emergency response emerge in practice as interconnected. We illustrate h...
Comparative analysis of speeches on health risks associated with the siting of Aèdes albopictus in two Mediterranean coastal areas (Azurea conurbation and Marseillaise metropolis)
Emerging animal diseases: Challenges and opportunities
Emerging animal diseases have become increasingly important over the past few years, as shown by the outbreaks of avian influenza, bluetongue or West Nile Fever. These diseases often originate from tropical countries, from which they threaten or reach western countries. Emerging diseases are associa...
Multi-scale-socio-environmental modeling of epidemiological process : a way for organizing humain environments and rhythms to control and prevent the spread of contagious diseases
Theoretical studies in epidemiology mainly use differential equations, often under unrealistic assumptions (e.g. spatially homogeneous populations), to study the development and spreading of contagious diseases. Such models are not, however, well adapted understanding epidemiological processes at di...
Emerging diseases and animal health : genetic diversity and dispersal of a biting midge species vector of bluetongue and Schmallenberg viruses in the Palearctic region : Culicoides obsoletus, Diptera Ceratopogonidae
Since 2006, important outbreaks of bluetongue virus (BTV) and Schmallenberg virus (SBV) have been reported in the West Palearctic region. Both viruses are transmitted by hematophagous biting midges of the genus Culicoides (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae). These viruses affect wild cattle, sheep, goats and...
Resurgence of Ebola Virus in 2021 in Guinea Suggests a New Paradigm for Outbreaks
These authors contributed equally: Alpha K. Keita, Fara R. Koundouno, Martin Faye, Ariane Düx, Julia Hinzmann. International audience
Alternative medicines for AIDS in resource-poor settings: Insights from exploratory anthropological studies in Asia and Africa
International audience The emergence of alternative medicines for AIDS in Asia and Africa was discussed at a satellite symposium and the parallel session on alternative and traditional treatments of the AIDSImpact meeting, held in Marseille, in July 2007. These medicines are heterogeneous, both in t...
Valorization of medicinal plants eco-extracts from La Reunion against emerging viral diseases in the Indian Ocean
Emerging and re-emerging vector-borne viral diseases such as dengue, chikungunya or zika are responsible for many severe epidemics worldwide. Recently, the rapid spread of zika virus (ZIKV) worldwide and the serious neurological complications associated with ZIKV infection have prompted the World He...
Viruses in rodents : from field work to virus discovery and characterization
Emerging diseases currently represent 65% of recent major disease outbreaks. Of them, 75% are associated with wildlife. Recently, an increasing number of newly discovered viruses have been associated with small terrestrial mammals, particularly with rodents, pointing at this group as one of the most...
Interrogating Dislocated Masculinities and HIV Vulnerabilities: A Case Study of Vietnamese Migrants Workers in Southern Laos
A medicine for every sickness: A visual reflection on the treatment of eye disease in rural Niger
Emerging diseases, derived from human relations with Nature, Mohamed Mahi Fassi Fehri, Editions Scriptura, 2001
Kahn Jean. Les maladies émergentes, dérives des rapports de l’Homme avec la Nature, Mohamed Mahi Fassi Fehri, Editions Scriptura, 2001. In: Bulletin de l'Académie Vétérinaire de France tome 156 n°2, 2003. p. 88.