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Challenge and risk of malaria infection in Central coastal areas and Western Highlands and Southeast region (02/11/2015)

According to the evaluation of the management board of National Malaria Control and Elimination at the conference o­n controlling malaria, parasitic and vector-borne diseases 2014 of the Central coastal area and West Highlands, malaria situation decreased in the whole country, but increased partially in some areas, risk of malaria still remain in  West Highlands, Central coastal areas and the Southeast region.

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Training course on enhancing dengue vector control capacity for district medical staff in Binh Dinh province in 2014 (12/26/2014)

The IMPE-Quy Nhon coordinated with the provincial Centre for Preventive Medicine of Binh Dinh to organise the training course o­n enhancing Dengue Vector Control Skills for medical staff at district level in Binh Dinh province in 2014 with the purposes of updating the information and improving the quality of technical skills for entomology staff o­n dengue fever at district levels.

  Viet Nam develops Ebola Virus Disease Laboratory Diagnostic Capacity (11/12/2014)
  Quarantined Vietnamese man unlikely to have Ebola: health official (11/02/2014)
  Vietnam tightens up Ebola controls after int’l meeting (10/16/2014)
  Vietnamese doctors call for stricter Ebola prevention (08/27/2014)
   News - Events  -  International  

Scientists explain spread of chikungunya vector (01/20/2015)
The tropical disease chikungunya began twisting Western tongues in July when the first locally transmitted case was reported in Florida. Spotted in the Caribbean just last year, the disease spread explosively throughout the Americas in 2014. Chikungunya's arrival in Panama prompted Smithsonian scientists to examine how human activity spreads its mosquito vector and the serious implications this has for disease ecology everywhere.

  It's malaria not Ebola (11/17/2014)
  Ebola crisis: WHO signals help for Africa to stop spread (10/17/2014)
  Ebola is deadly but malaria steals more lives (10/10/2014)
  WHO to Fast Track Ebola Treatments (09/06/2014)
   News - Events  -  IMPE  

Inauguration ceremony of new research establishment of IMPE-Quy Nhon (10/10/2014)

On 9th October 2014, the Institute of Malariology, Parasitology and Entomology Quy Nhon organised the solemn inauguration ceremony of the new research building, located at precinct 8, Nhon Phu ward, Quy Nhon city, Binh Dinh province.

  IMPE-Quy Nhon holds the conference on preliminary summing-up of assignment in the first 6 months of 2014 and launching the workplan of the last 6 months of 2014 (07/17/2014)
  Physiochemical and microbiological laboratories of IMPE Quy Nhon recognized to the ISO/IEC 17025:2005 standards (03/18/2014)
  Leaders of IMPE-QN paying visit and working with Quang Binh and Quang Tri provinces after Storm No.10 (10/07/2013)
  IMPE-Quy Nhon visiting, giving presents to families in preferential treatment policy and providing voluntary medical examination and treatment for the people in Vinh Kim commune, Vinh Thanh district, Binh Dinh province (08/16/2013)
   News - Events  -  Scientific research  

Glossary of Malaria Terms (12/26/2014)

ABER - Annual Blood Examination Rate. Calculated as (number of slides examined/population) x 100. WHO recommendation for malarious areas is that the number of slides examined per month should equal at least 1% of the population.

  The $.30 kit that could end malaria (11/17/2014)
  New assay to spot fake malaria drugs could save thousands of lives (07/31/2014)
  Sharp increase of chikungunya virus patients in the Caribbean and information on this new virus in the the Americas (Q&A) (07/07/2014)
   News - Events  -  World Malaria Day 25 April  

Top 10 Reasons to Believe Malaria Can Be Defeated in Our Lifetime (05/07/2014)

In 2008, the malaria community came together to celebrate the first World Malaria Day and redouble global efforts to fight o­ne of the world's oldest diseases, which at that time killed o­ne million children a year. The progress made in the six years since has not o­nly saved millions of lives (child deaths this year are below 500,000 for the first time in history), but given us reason to believe, this World Malaria Day, we can defeat malaria in our lifetime. Here is why:

  The launching ceremony on propagating “World Malaria Day April 25th, 2014” (04/29/2014)
  World Malaria Day 2014: WHO helps countries assess feasibility of eliminating malaria (04/26/2014)
  World Malaria Day, 25 April 2014 and WHO’s information on malaria, updated March 2014 (04/02/2014)
  Gio Linh district (Quang Tri province) responds World malaria Day 24 April 2013 and deploys anti-malaria campaign (05/13/2013)
   Collaborative activities  -  National collaboration  

WHO Viet Nam's future home becomes Viet Nam's first gold-rated Green Building (10/16/2014)

WHO Viet Nam's future home, The new Green o­ne UN House, nearing completion o­n Hanoi's busy Kim Ma Street, has become the first building project in Viet Nam to achieve a provisional gold Lotus rating from Viet Nam's Green Building Council.

  HIV, malaria, and tuberculosis: Success of the Millennium shown in most comprehensive study to date (08/01/2014)
  VACANCY NOTICE: National Consultant (Emergency Response to Artemisinin Resistance Programme) (07/11/2014)
  Training course on Enhancing Vector Control Skills for medical staff at provincial level in Central Vietnam in 2013 (01/01/2014)
  Workshop on Reviewing Helminthiasis Control in the period 2006-2011 and Deploying the Workplan for the period 2012-2015 (09/30/2012)
   Collaborative activities  -  International collaboration  

Immunotherapeutics Summit. 29-30 January 2015. San Diego, United States (01/19/2015)
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  East Asia Summit adopts unprecedented regional malaria goal (11/24/2014)
  5th International Meeting on Emerging Diseases and Surveillance (IMED 2014) (10/10/2014)
  Feasibility and potential impact of screening for asymptomatic malaria in Cambodia (08/11/2014)
  2014 International AIDS Conference: dedicated to the delegates who died in MH17 (07/21/2014)
   Collaborative activities  -  Malaria control for ethnic minorities  

Ethnic minorities associated with poverty and disease (07/14/2014)

There are 54 different ethnic minority groups inhabiting Vietnam. The Kinh people (or Viets) account for 85 percent of the country's total population, the others are of ethnic minority groups. Although each group has its own trait and character, the common feature of these ethnic groups is that they often live in the remote mountainous areas where come up against economical difficulties and regular occurence of epidemic diseases.

  Drug-resistant malaria on the Cambodian border: a new health challenge (12/20/2013)
  Anti-malaria competition for ethnic minority in Khanh Vinh district, Khanh Hoa province (08/03/2011)
  Roles of Civil-Army health committee at communes, wards and townships levels in caring and protecting the people (07/09/2010)
  Civil-Army health cooperation for malaria control along the Vietnamese-Laotian border in Quang Tri province, 2009 (11/11/2009)
   Collaborative activities  -  Global Funds for Malaria control  

Bill Gates Gives $500 Million To Fight Malaria, Other Diseases (11/07/2014)

US philanthropist Bill Gates o­n Sunday announced he will donate over $500 million to fight malaria and other infectious diseases in the developing world, saying the Ebola outbreak is a call to action.

  Global Fund Results Show Strong Gains (07/23/2014)
  Global Fund's New Malaria Drugs Framework (07/08/2014)
  Workshop on Review of Project Implementation in the period of 2009-2013 and launching 2014 Workplan of the Viet Nam Global Fund Malaria Control Project (03/31/2014)
  Rwanda: Ten Years of Global Fund in Rwanda (02/24/2014)
   Training  -  Training for medical technicians  

The 32nd Anniversary of Vietnamese Teachers (12/26/2014)

On the afternoon of 20 November 2014, the Institute of Malariology, Parasitology and Entomology (IMPE-QN) formally celebrated the 32nd anniversary of Vietnamese teachers' day (20 November 1982 - 20 November 2014) and start of Course 37 (2014 - 2016).

   Specific research studies  -  Entomology  

A new insect repellent is stronger than DEET and could prevent malaria (05/07/2014)

No more mosquito bites! No more fleas! No more moths! A new class of insect repellent is thousands of times more effective than DEET.

  Birth Control Plugs Male Malaria Mosquitoes (08/27/2012)
  Hungry mosquitoes fly farther than you think (11/18/2011)
  Amazing photos of animal eyes (04/26/2011)
  Tsutsugamushi disease in Khanh Hoa province (03/15/2011)
   Specific research studies  -  Malaria parasitology  

Holograms Offer Hope in Fight Against Malaria (11/07/2013)

Scientists have developed a 3D filming technique that could help inform research to stem the spread of malaria.

  Report on one P.ovale infection case in Binh Thuan, Vietnam (09/30/2012)
   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  

Genomes of malaria-carrying mosquitoes sequenced (12/02/2014)
Scientists have sequenced the genomes of 16 Anopheles mosquito species from around the world. Anopheles mosquitoes are responsible for transmitting human malaria parasites that cause an estimated 200 million cases and more than 600 thousand deaths each year. However, of the almost 500 different Anopheles species, o­nly a few dozen can carry the parasite and o­nly a handful of species are responsible for the vast majority of transmissions.

  3-D structure for malaria parasite genome constructed (04/26/2014)
  Researchers Map Genetic Sequence of Parasitic Worm (01/22/2014)
  New protein discovery 'could help treat toxoplasmosis and malaria' (01/09/2014)
  Scientists identify resistance gene in malaria parasite (12/20/2013)
   Publications  -  Published scientific research studies  

Latest international publications on intestinal parasitology (02/11/2015)
Farmer, PE and Kim, JY. Surgery and global health: a view from beyond the OR. World J Surg. 2008; 32: 533-536; Kim, JY, Farmer, P, and Porter, ME. Redefining global health-care delivery. Lancet. 2013; 382: 1060–1069; Meeks, GR and Roth, TM. Vesicovaginal and urethrovaginal fistulas. in: JA Rock, HW Jones III (Eds.) Te Linde's operative gynecology. Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, Philadelphia; 2011: 1099-1120…

  Latest updated malaria research publications on international medical literature (12/19/2014)
  Reference list of insecticides efficacy trials/studies (10/29/2014)
  Scientific studies of neurological diseases caused by parasites in the world and Vietnam (06/30/2014)
  Information on insecticides resistance published in international journals (04/02/2014)
   Publications  -  Journal of Practical Medicine  

Updated research publications on zoonoses caused by viruses, bacteria, protozoa and parasites (02/11/2015)
Oliveira AC, Peixoto JR, de Arruda LB, Campos MA, Gazzinelli RT, Golenbock DT, Akira S, Previato JO, Mendonca-Previato L, Nobrega A, Bellio M. 2004. Expression of functional TLR4 confers proinflammatory responsiveness to Trypanosoma cruzi glycoinositolphospholipids and higher resistance to infection with T. cruzi. J. Immunol. 173:5688–5696…

  Updated publications on Strongyloides stercoralis in humans (01/20/2015)
  A number of scientific publications on parasites' damages to the central nervous system (11/06/2014)
  Collection of malaria research works published on world medical journals (07/24/2014)
  Journal Watch, Updated Jan 9, 2014 (01/13/2014)
   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  

Experts making maps through Google Earth to predict malaria (09/22/2014)

UC San Francisco (UCSF) is working to create an o­nline platform that health workers around the world can use to predict where malaria is likely to be transmitted using data o­n Google Earth Engine.

  Worry about persistent malaria (08/05/2014)
  Radical action to eliminate malaria in endemic zones (07/08/2014)
  Global malaria connectivity through air travel (08/16/2013)
  Reduction of malaria infections in Central Vietnam in October 2012 (12/13/2012)
   Malariology  -  Diagnosis and Treament  

New way to diagnose malaria by detecting parasite (09/10/2014)

Over the past a number of decades, malaria diagnosis has changed really tiny. Following taking a blood sample from a patient, a technician smears the blood across a glass slide, stains it with a special dye, and looks under a microscope for the Plasmodium parasite, which causes the illness.

  Ghana: Avoid Self-Medication for Malaria (09/09/2014)
  Preventive Monthly Treatment Reduces Severe Malaria Risk in Young Children (08/06/2014)
  New Novartis anti-malarial formulation in Kenya (07/18/2014)
  Scientists develop microscopy system for diagnosing malaria faster (03/14/2014)
   Malariology  -  Antimalarial drugs and drug resistant parasites  

Counterfeit anti-malarial drugs could cost millions of lives (11/07/2014)

Malaria medicines that are too weak or downright fake are harming people's health and could aggravate drug resistance, says epidemiologist Paul Newton, head of antimalarial quality at the WorldWide Antimalarial Resistance Network in Oxford, U.K., and director of the Wellcome Trust-Mahosot Hospital-Oxford Tropical Medicine Research Collaboration in Laos.

  Drug-Resistant Malaria Spreads in SE Asia (08/29/2014)
  Drug-resistant malaria reaches Southeast Asia borders, could spread to Africa (07/31/2014)
  Antibiotics Overuse is Price of Success in Africa Malaria Fight (03/18/2014)
  WHO Unveils New Malaria 'Roadmap' (12/02/2013)
   Malariology  -  Malaria Vaccines  

'Pretty Good' Malaria Vaccine Moves Forward (07/31/2014)

A "pretty good" malaria vaccine is o­n track to be the first to market. It o­nly prevents infection about o­ne-quarter to o­ne-half the time, so it’s not as good as most vaccines. But for a disease like malaria, which kills 600,000 people a year, "pretty good" may be good enough. GlaxoSmithKline has applied for regulatory approval for its RTS,S vaccine.

  UK firm seeks to market world's first malaria vaccine (10/31/2013)
  Latest malaria vaccine news: Recent stories and articles on malaria vaccine developments around the world (08/16/2013)
  Sequestration Puts Malaria Vaccine Trial in Jeopardy (03/18/2013)
  A faster path to a possible malaria vaccine (01/14/2013)
   Helminthology  -  Platyhelminthes  

Tapeworm found living inside a patient (12/08/2014)
A genome of a rare species of tapeworm found living inside a patient's brain has been sequenced for the first time, in research published in the open access journalGenome Biology. The study provides insights into potential drug targets within the genome for future treatments.

  Situation of Fascioliasis and intestinal parasitic diseases in first 5 months of 2011 (07/15/2011)
  Fascioliasis and intestinal parasitic diseases in Central Vietnam tending to increase highly in first 4 months of 2011 (06/24/2011)
  The detection and treatment of helminthic diseases at the Institute's specialist clinic in the first three months of 2011 (04/15/2011)
  Fascioliasis and emerging parasitic diseases - the issues should be resolved (02/16/2011)
   Other vector-borne diseases  -  Dengue fever/ Dengue Haemorrhagic Fever  

Researchers propose new dengue virus treatments (12/26/2014)

Researchers from Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU) and the Julius Maximilian University of Würzburg are proposing potential new active substances for treating the dengue virus. Just like Ebola, dengue fever is also caused by a virus for which there is currently no cure and no vaccine and can be fatal.

  Brazil releases 'good' mosquitoes to fight dengue fever (10/10/2014)
  Use of dengue vaccine may cause short-term spikes in its prevalence (09/10/2014)
  Japan tackles first dengue fever outbreak in 70 years (09/03/2014)
  Sanofi dengue vaccine promising but questions remain (07/17/2014)
  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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