Browsing MSF Research Protocols by Authors
Health and developmental outcomes of low-birth-weight infants born at the Centre de Référence d’Urgences Obstétricales (CRUO), Port-au-Prince, Haiti.Hillaire, Marjorie; Lenglet, Annick; Ariti, Cono; Ledger, Elizabeth; Reilly, Liam; Berthet, Marine; Faniyan, Olu; MSF-OCA (2018-07)Summary Title A prospective cohort study investigating health and developmental outcomes of low birth weight infants born at the Centre de Reference d’Urgences Obstretricales (CRUO), Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Primary objective: To describe and compare health and developmental outcomes between low birthweight (LBW) and normal weight infants up to 24 months post-partum, corrected for gestational age. Secondary objective To identify risk factors associated with negative health and developmental outcomes in LBW infants.
Prevalence of depression, anxiety and posttraumatic stress related symptoms in the Kashmir Valley – a cross sectional study, 2015.Housen, Tambri; Shah, Showkat; Janes, Simon; Pintaldi, Govanni; Lenglet, Annick; Ariti, Cono; MSF-OCA (2018-07)Objectives 1.5 Primary objective To estimate prevalence of mental health related problems, specifically depression/anxiety and posttraumatic stress symptoms in the Kashmir Valley and to determine the accessibility to mental health services. 1.6 Specific objectives • Using validated screening tools determine the percentage of people with depression, anxiety and PTSD symptoms in Kashmir; • To correlate scores obtained on validated mental health screening tools with individual psychiatric evaluations using the mini international neuropsychiatric interview (MINI); • To explore local knowledge and perceptions of mental illness in Kashmir; • To determine the level of access to mental heath services across Kashmir; • To identify mental health service needs perceived by the Kashmiri community. 1.7 Goal To provide an updated insight into current mental health needs in Kashmir, which will help MSF to increase relevance and impact of current activities in Kashmir and to advocate for supportive programming and policy review.
Research Protocol - Factors Related to Fetal Death in Pregnant Women with Cholera, Haiti, 2011–2014Schillberg, E; Ariti, Cono; Bryson, L; Delva-Senat, R; Price, D; GrandPierre, R; Lenglet, A; MSF Haiti; London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, UK; MSF Amsterdam; Ministère de la Santé Publique et de la Population, Port-au-Prince (2017-01-13)We assessed risk factors for fetal death during cholera infection and effect of treatment changes on these deaths. Third trimester gestation, younger maternal age, severe dehydration, and vomiting were risk factors. Changes in treatment had limited effects on fetal death, highlighting the need for prevention and evidence-based treatment.