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Localities intensify measures to prevent dengue fever and Zika virus. (05/15/2017)

According to the Ministry of Health, the dengue infections dropped by 20 percent in the first months of 2017. However, at present, the disease is increasing in some cities and provinces such as Da Nang, Quang Nam, Quang Ngai, Binh Thuan, Thua Thien-Hue, Ba Ria-Vung Tau, Binh Duong, Bac Lieu, Ca Mau, Tra Vinh, Vinh Long, Hau Giang and Dak Lak. The country has recorded several Zika cases in some cities and provinces in the south where the rainy season is creating favourable conditions for mosquitoes to develop.

   News - Events  -  Home  

Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia join hands in controlling infectious diseases (05/15/2017)

Health officials from Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia shared experience in fighting infectious diseases, especially avian flu, at a workshop in the central province of Thua Thien-Hue o­n May 10.

  Situation of bird flu in Vietnam, updated 18 April 2017 (04/24/2017)
  Southern provinces plan bird flu prevention (04/11/2017)
  More efforts needed to prevent A/H7N9 from entering Vietnam (03/31/2017)
  Ha Tinh and Can Tho announces new avian flu A/H5N1 outbreak (03/29/2017)
   News - Events  -  International  

Patients with drug-resistant malaria cured by plant therapy (05/04/2017)

Tablets made from dried leaves of the Artemisia annua plant cured 18 critically ill patients in a Congo clinic. The results suggest a new and inexpensive treatment option for the mosquito-borne disease that affects 212 million people worldwide.

  More women are receiving preventive medicine for malaria during pregnancy in Africa (04/24/2017)
  Malaria rages in Zimbabwe and Nigeria (04/04/2017)
  East Africa: Financial problems affect region (03/28/2017)
  Modern housing associated with reduced malaria risk in sub-Saharan Africa children (03/20/2017)
   News - Events  -  IMPE  

The Institute of Malariology, Parasitology and Entomology Quy Nhon - 40 years in operation and development (03/10/2017)

On 7th March 2017, the Institute of Malariology, Parasitology and Entomology Quy Nhon (IMPE Quy Nhon) celebrated the 40th Anniversary (March 8, 1977 - March 8, 2017) in a solemn and warm atmosphere.

  IMPE Quy nhon devoted to preventive medicine achievements (03/02/2017)
  Prospects of future medical and pharmaceutical training cooperation in Quy Nhon City (07/15/2016)
  CHAI experts visits to and meets with IMPE-Quy Nhon (05/20/2016)
  The results of implementing the missions of IMPE Quy Nhon in 2015 - an important impetus towards the 40th anniversary of the Institute (01/15/2016)
   News - Events  -  Scientific research  

Cardiff Uni's new way of making compounds for drugs (02/23/2017)

Researchers in Cardiff have developed a new "highly-efficient" method of making disease-fighting compounds, including for an anti-malaria drug.

  Interesting researches on malaria (09/12/2016)
  Monkey-based malaria strain poses 'high risk' to humans: study (08/25/2016)
  Some English technical terms in the field of malaria (07/29/2016)
  How do you kill a malaria parasite? Clog it with cholesterol (06/01/2016)
   News - Events  -  World Malaria Day 25 April  

Launching ceremony on propagating "World Malaria Day 25 April 2017" in Kon Tum province, Vietnam (05/03/2017)

On 25 April 2017, the Institute of Malariology, Parasitology and Entomology Quy Nhon (IMPE-QN) in collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO) and the District Health Department (DHD) and the District People's Committee of Ngoc Hoi (DPC-NH) held the launching ceremony to respond the World Malaria Day in Ngoc Hoi district, Kon Tum province.

  World Malaria Day - 25 April 2017 (03/15/2017)
  Launching ceremony on propagating "World Malaria Day 25 April 2016" in Khanh Hoa province, Vietnam (04/28/2016)
  Update on worldwide research publications on malaria and other parasitic diseases in March 2016 (04/19/2016)
  World Malaria Day 2016: End malaria for good (04/14/2016)
   Collaborative activities  -  National collaboration  

ADB-funded project helps develop human resources for medical sector (03/30/2017)

A programme o­n developing human resources serving the health sector in 2011-2016 proved effective, helping the Ministry of Health establish and fortify key foundations of the medical workforce system, heard a review conference in Hanoi o­n March 22.

  2016-2030: Road long enough to ending malaria (05/11/2016)
  India launches the National Framework to Eliminate Malaria (02/17/2016)
  WHO: Asia Pacific malaria down by more than 45% in past 15 years (12/16/2015)
  Workshop on Surveillance and Control of Rabies, Institut Pasteur - Phnom Penh, October 27th to November 7th 2015 (05/28/2015)
   Collaborative activities  -  International collaboration  

Cross Border Collaboration is Key to Achieving Malaria Elimination Goals in Elimination 8 Countries (03/21/2017)

Following a decade of progress towards malaria elimination, the majority of Elimination 8 (E8) countries (Angola, Botswana, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe) have hit a plateau in the fight against malaria.

  A malaria-free Africa is within reach (02/24/2017)
  APMEN Newsletter in December 2016 (12/14/2016)
  Partners in the Greater Mekong Subregion mobilize around malaria elimination goal (11/28/2016)
  Health ministers adopt new plan for malaria elimination in the Americas (09/30/2016)
   Collaborative activities  -  Malaria control for ethnic minorities  

Malaria migration breeds new cases in new places (04/04/2017)

Although malaria infections continue to fall, Myanmar and its neighbours remain a breeding ground for new and dangerous strains of the disease.

  The First Application of Mobile Operator Data in Low- or Middle-Income Countries - Modelling Malaria Parasite Movements Between Zanzibar and the Tanzanian Mainland (10/21/2016)
  TIMELINE-The long road to malaria eradication (06/14/2016)
  Bed net plan for underfed kids curbs malaria death (01/15/2016)
  The Hunt for Malaria: It Takes a Village to Stop a Deadly Disease (12/16/2015)
   Collaborative activities  -  Global Funds for Malaria control  

Global Fund continues supporting Vietnam (03/09/2017)

Executive Director of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria Mark Dybul has pledged support to Vietnam to sustainably maintain achievements in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.

  WHO welcomes global health funding for malaria vaccine (11/28/2016)
  Gates Foundation shapes investments to 'accelerate to zero' on malaria (10/25/2016)
  Bill Gates Hoping To Eradicate Malaria By 2040 (10/17/2016)
  Successful Global Fund replenishment opens space for accelerating efforts (09/29/2016)
   Training  -  Training for medical technicians  

IMPE Quy Nhon organizing the course-ending ceremony and awarding diplomas to the students Course 36 (2013-2015) (09/30/2015)

On September 30th 2015, the Institute of Malariology, Parasitology and Entomology Quy Nhon (IMPE-QN) held the ceremony ending the course 36 and awarding the intermediate professional education diplomas to 75 full-time students of Medical Laboratory Technology, Course 36 (2013-2015).

  32nd anniversary of Vietnamese teachers' day (20 November 1982 - 20 November 2014) and start of Course 37 (2014 - 2016) (12/26/2014)
   Specific research studies  -  Entomology  

Why malaria mosquitoes like people with malaria (02/23/2017)

Malaria mosquitoes prefer to feed - and feed more - o­n blood from people infected with malaria. Researchers from Stockholm University, the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences and KTH Royal Institute of Technology have discovered why. The findings can lead to new ways to fight malaria without using poisonous chemicals. The results will be published in the next issue of the journal Science.

  New strategy to fight mosquitoes in a more efficient and sustainable way (09/01/2016)
  Winning the war against malaria by beating its vector (05/25/2016)
  Top academics: Without proactive approach to insecticide resistance, gains made in malaria prevention could be lost (02/29/2016)
  Mating with the wrong insect may cut yellow fever mosquito populations (09/09/2015)
   Specific research studies  -  Intestinal parasitology  

Treating schistosomiasis, hitting malaria (11/07/2014)

Two of the most socioeconomically devastating parasitic diseases in tropical countries - malaria and schistosomiasis - may be closely linked in their infection processes, a recent Yale study has found.

  A Toenia saginata nidus found in Dak Mon commune, Dak Glei district, Kon Tum Province (05/18/2009)
   Specific research studies  -  Molecular - biology  

Malaria molecule makes blood extra-alluring to mosquitoes (02/23/2017)

Malaria parasites seduce mosquitoes o­n the sly. Plasmodium falciparum parasites produce a molecule that makes parasite-infected blood more attractive to malaria-transmitting mosquitoes, researchers report o­nline February 9 inScience. The insects slurp up this enticing meal, helping the parasite spread to new hosts.

  Genetic markers predict malaria treatment failure (11/28/2016)
  UT Scientists Identify Bacterial Genes that Could Lessen Severity of Malaria (11/03/2016)
  Genome technology boosts malaria control efforts (07/14/2016)
  Global collaboration provides key insights into mutations underpinning artemisinin resistance (02/23/2016)
   Publications  -  Published scientific research studies  

Updated publications on malaria research in the world (2016-2017) (04/24/2017)

The challenge of using intermittent preventive therapy with sulfadoxine/ pyrimethamine among pregnant women in Uganda; A qualitative review of implementer perceptions of the national community-level malaria surveillance system in Southern Province, Zambia; Diagnosis and treatment based o­n quantitative PCR after controlled human malaria infection; ...

  Publications on severe and complicated malaria and chloroquine-resistant Plasmodium vivax (02/22/2017)
  Malaria publications, updated December 2, 2016 (12/05/2016)
  Update on malaria research publications in November 2016 (11/28/2016)
  International researches on Fasciola hepatica and Fasciola gigantica (09/12/2016)
   Publications  -  Journal of Practical Medicine  

Up-to-date publications on studies of neurological diseases due to human parasites (05/09/2017)

C. Graeff-Teixeira, A. C. da Silva, and K. Yoshimura (2009).Update o­n eosinophilic meningoencephalitis and its clinical relevance,Clin Microbiol Rev,22, no. 2, 322–348, 2009; Hochberg NS, Park SY, Blackburn BG et al., (2007).Distribution of eosinophilic meningitis cases attributable toAngiostrongylus cantonensis, Hawaii.Emerg Infect Dis2007;13:1675-80.

  Some research publications related to immunity in and treatment of human scabies (02/27/2017)
  Some newly-publicated researches into infectious diseases on American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (01/23/2017)
  Publications on malaria parasite diagnosis (12/05/2016)
  Journal Watch, Updated October 24, 2016 (10/24/2016)
   Mass organization activities  -  Communist Party  

17th Congress of the IMPE-QN Communist Party Committee, the term 2015-2020 (05/19/2015)

The Party Congress of the Institute of Malariology, Parasitology and Entomology Quy Nhon (IMPE-QN) was held o­n 24 April 2015 with the attendances of comrade Nguyen Ba Tra, Secretary of Party Committee of Provincial Agencies Block (PAC); comrade Le Binh Thanh, Deputy Secretary of Party Committee of PAC; comrade Nguyen Huu Loc, Chairman of Party Inspection Committee; comrade Nguyen Van Minh, Head of Propaganda and Instruction Committee, and the Executive Committee of the Institute Communist Party Committee and all Party members of IMPE-QN.

   Mass organization activities  -  Trade Union  

Launching event of voluntary blood donation at IMPE-Quy Nhon (07/07/2014)

The blood donation campaign always attract the participation of people, especially organizations of trade union and youth union. This activity is "a good deed" which expresses the charity and their willingness to share their blood with those in need.

  2013 mass performance festival of health sector- region VII (01/10/2014)
  The IMPE-QN celebrates and launches the patriotic movements on the occasion of the 58th Vietnam Doctors' Day (03/13/2013)
   Mass organization activities  -  Ho Chi Minh Youth Union  

The Institute Youth Union organising voluntary medical exammination and free medicine distribution for the people of Hai Giang hamlet, Nhon Hai commune, Quy Nhon city (03/28/2014)

Implementing the plan No.01/KH-DTN of the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union (HCMCYU) Executive Committee of IMPE-Quy Nhon o­n launching activities to respond to the "Year of Young Volunteers 2014" and saluting the establishment date of the HCMCYU 26th March, the Youth Union (YU) of IMPE-Quy Nhon in coordination with the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union of Quy Nhon City Police organised the voluntary medical exammination and free medicine distribution for poor people and families of preferential treatment policy at Hai Giang hamlet, Nhon Hai commune, Quy Nhon city.

  The Institute Youth Union gives voluntary medical examination and treatment in Van Canh district, Binh Dinh province (04/12/2013)
   Malariology  -  Epidemiology  

Report on results of the survey of malaria prevalence and mapping of mobilised population in Dak Nong and Dak Lak province in 2016 (Part III) (02/06/2017)

Malaria is the fifth leading cause of death from infectious diseases worldwide, some countries in the world have considered it as their national major public health problem. In 2011, according to the WHO's report, malaria is the fifth deadliest cause in some underdeveloped countries and received considerable concern due to its resistance to Artemisinin in Africa and Asia.

  Report on results of the survey of malaria prevalence and mapping of mobilised population in Dak Nong and Dak Lak province in 2016 (Part II) (02/06/2017)
  Report on results of the survey of malaria prevalence and mapping of mobilised population in Dak Nong and Dak Lak province in 2016 (Part I) (01/24/2017)
  Report on the result of the survey of private clinics in the activity: "Pilot model on management and making statistical report of malaria cases" in Pleiku City, Gia Lai province (01/09/2017)
  Report on the result of the survey of private clinics in the activity: "Pilot model on management and making statistical report of malaria cases" in Buon Ma Thuot city, Dak Lak province (01/03/2017)
   Malariology  -  Diagnosis and Treament  

Malaria: Study On Its Growth & Escape In Red Blood Cells Towards Development Of New Treatment (03/28/2017)

Malaria is o­ne of the few parasites that can infect red blood cells as it multiplies inside an internal compartment called parasitophorous vacuole. Eventually, both the vacuole and red blood cells break allow the release of a new generation of parasites.

  Malaria parasite evades rapid test detection in children (02/23/2017)
  New, rapid diagnostic test for malaria wins $100,000 Grand Challenges Explorations grant (11/28/2016)
  Scientists Find Clue to Track Resistance to Malaria Drug (11/10/2016)
  Malaria drugs vital to expectant mothers (09/26/2016)
   Malariology  -  Antimalarial drugs and drug resistant parasites  

Drug-resistant malaria strain spreads in Viet Nam (02/15/2017)

An increase in drug- resistant malaria cases in many regions nationwide is of growing concern to community health, experts have warned.

  Long-acting malaria pill a step closer (11/28/2016)
  Timor veterans condemn ADF inquiry clearing military of wrongdoing in anti-malaria drug trial (10/17/2016)
  Novel Novartis malaria compound shows potential to be effective against infections resistant to all currently available antimalarial drugs (09/23/2016)
  Malaria stopped with single dose of new compound (09/16/2016)
   Malariology  -  Malaria Vaccines  

New malaria vaccine effective in clinical trial (02/23/2017)

Researchers have demonstrated in a clinical trial that a new vaccine for malaria has been up to 100 percent effective when assessed at 10 weeks after last dose of vaccine.

  Scientists devise novel way to predict efficacy of malaria vaccines (02/23/2017)
  Effects of malaria vaccine fade over time, research shows (07/14/2016)
  Researchers make a key discovery in how malaria evades the immune system (06/17/2016)
  New malaria vaccine generates robust immune response (03/02/2016)
   Helminthology  -  Platyhelminthes  

WHO's update on Dracunculiasis (guinea-worm disease), May 2016 (06/02/2016)

Dracunculiasis (commonly known as guinea-worm disease) is a crippling parasitic disease caused by Dracunculus medinensis- a long, thread-like worm. It is transmitted exclusively when people drink stagnant water contaminated with parasite-infected water fleas.

  Updated information about Schistosomiasis (03/01/2016)
  10 facts about schistosomiasis (02/24/2016)
  Intestinal helminth infections and these diseases control activities in Vietnam (08/27/2015)
  Deworming campaign improves child health, school attendance in Rwanda (07/20/2015)
   Other vector-borne diseases  -  Dengue fever/ Dengue Haemorrhagic Fever  

Ho Chi Minh City records three dengue fever deaths in 2017 (03/20/2017)

Ho Chi Minh City has recorded three deaths caused by dengue fever in Districts 5 and 12 since the beginning of the year.

  Can tiny bacteria help stop the spread of disease? (02/23/2017)
  Study: Use of Dengue Vaccine Effective in Some Regions, Risky in Others (12/05/2016)
  Binh Dinh reports additional dengue death (11/28/2016)
  Binh Phuoc works to tackle dengue, Zika virus (11/24/2016)
  The Provincial Malaria Control Centre of Dak Lak (12/17/2012)
  The Provincial Centre of Malariology, Parasitology and Entomology of Kon Tum (12/17/2012)
  The Provincial Centre of Malariology, Parasitology and Entomology of Gia Lai (12/17/2012)
  The Provincial Malaria - Goiter Control Centre of Binh Thuan (12/14/2012)
  The Provincial Centre of Malariology, Parasitology and Entomology of Ninh Thuan (12/14/2012)
  The Provincial Center of Malariology, Parasitology and Entomology of Khanh Hoa (12/14/2012)
  The Centre for Preventive Medicine of Phu Yen (12/14/2012)
  Binh Dinh Center for the Prevention of Malaria and Endocrinology (12/14/2012)
  The Provincial Malaria Control Centre of Quang Ngai (12/14/2012)
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