Dear Colleagues,

We are pleased to announce the results of Abstract Selection for the Prince Mahidol Award Conference 2018 in the Table below. We would like to take this opportunity to express our sincere thanks to all submitters for your contribution to the Prince Mahidol Award Conference 2018.

Thank you and best regards,

PMAC Secretariat

List of 81 selected abstracts
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ID

Title

Submitter

A002

Pilot study to evaluate the knowledge, attitudes and practices about rabies in Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso)

Madi Savadogo

A017

Networks of communication during the multi-organizational response to the January 2017 H5N8 zoonotic disease outbreak in Uganda.

Steven Ssendagire

A018

Collaboration capacity of organizations that participated in the response to the January 2017 H5N8 zoonotic disease outbreak in Uganda

Steven Ssendagire

A019

Surveillance of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in pig and chicken in Viet Nam

Pawin Padungtod

A020

Prioritization of Disease Emergence Risk Factors for the Republic of Korea Using a Nationwide Survey of Subject Matter Experts: A Model for Other Countries or Regions

Jonathan Sleeman

A022

Safe poultry slaughter mitigate the risk of human exposure to H5 HPAI at household sectors in Egypt

Lotfi Allal

A026

Academic-public health-community partnership for prevention and control of intestinal parasites infection in endemic area using One Health approach: a field observational research

Aulia Rahmi Pawestri

A040

Global Health Security: tracking the money

Rebecca Katz

A043

Viet Nam Coordinated Surveillance for Influenza and Other Viruses with Pandemic Potential

Pawin Padungtod

A045

Costing tools for global health security

Rebecca Katz

A051

Therapeutic Potential Of Bacteriophage Isolated From Sewage For Multidrug Resistant Escherichia Coli Infection In Mice

Belayneh Getachew

A052

Making the World Safe from the Threats of Emerging Infectious Diseases

Maysa Al-Khateeb

A064

One Health Approach towards management of the Aflatoxicosis outbreak in Bukomansimbi district, Central Uganda.

Angella Musewa

A068

Decision Support for Evidence-based Integration of Disease Control

Rebecca Katz

A070

Building resilience to emerging infectious diseases: Political and governance lessons from eradicating polio

Stephen Matlin

A071

What does One Health look like: Examining the practice of multisector collaborations for zoonoses prevention and control in India

Syed Shahid Abbas

A072

A One Health approach to economic evaluation: Aggregating multiple streams of dissimilar information for multisector decision making for rabies prevention & control in India

Syed Shahid Abbas

A085

Exposure patterns at animal-human interfaces associated with H5N1 influenza upsurge in human in Egypt during 2014-2015: An epidemiological investigation under one health initiative

Lotfi Allal

A123

Fecal Contamination of Water Sources in and Around Volcanoes National Park, Rwanda

Venant Nzibaza

A136

Pre-empting the Compatibility Problem: How Multisectoral Cooperation Can Weaken Responses to EIDs and What To Do About It

Mara Pillinger

A141

Reducing the risk of zoonotic disease transmission between people and wildlife in east-central Africa: Gorilla Doctors’ Employee Health Program for park workers and community members

Kirsten Gilardi

A142

Study on live-bird markets (LBMs) trade network of Shanghai to assess seasoning market closure policy against H7N9

Wu Xiujuan

A156

Investigation of the risk factors to human Brucellosis in Mubende district Uganda, 2014

Asiimwe Karimu Grace

A158

Free roaming dog population dynamics, and knowledge, attitude and practices (KAP) on rabies in major cities of Ethiopia and Kenya

Habtamu Taddele Menghistu

A160

Containing antibiotic resistance: a One Health Chinese-Swedish research collaboration

Oliver James Dyar

A163

Using Public-Private-Community Partnerships to increase access and improve efficiency of malaria treatment and control in Senegal

Elaine Baruwa

A164

Enhancing Prevention, Detection and Response to zoonoses and AMR through Transformations of One Health workforce in Tanzania

Robinson Mdegela

A171

The survey of poultry value chain and the H7N9 entry risk assessment of the live bird wholesale market in Guangxi, Yunnan, Hunan three provinces of China

Chaojian Shen

A173

Risk mitigation for Influenza A (H7N9) spread outside of China through informal poultry trade

Qi Yu

A175

Ongoing PREDICT 2 work in Lao PDR: Synchronized surveillance between PREDICT and FAO at the Wildlife-Livestock-Human Interface.

Soubanh Silithammavong

A178

Genomic surveillance of pathogenic bacteria and antibiotic resistance genes in hospitals, farms, and communities in Lima, Peru.

Pablo Tsukayama

A181

System review of regulations on antibiotic use in food animals and a case study on stakeholders’ concern on broiler farm in northwestern China

Jingyi Xu

A185

Flu Near You: Crowdsourcing Influenza-Like Illness Reporting in the United States

John Brownstein

A192

Understanding socio-economic aspects for sustainable interventions to reduce antimicrobial usage and antimicrobial resistance in small and household poultry farms in Vietnam

Bao Truong

A199

SEAOHUN, a Network of Universities Supporting One Health Workforce Development in Southeast Asia

Ratsuda Poolsuk

A226

Effect of Agricultural Pesticide Exposure to Malaria Incidence and Anopheles Susceptibility in Endemic Area in Central Java

Renti Mahkota

A230

Using Public-Private Partnership to improve access to malaria treatment and prevention services in Rivers state, Nigeria

Gafar Alawode

A242

Strengthening preparedness to arbovirus infections in Mediterranean and Black Sea Countries: the MediLabSecure effort towards the integrated surveillance in the context of One Health strategy.

Maria Grazia Dente

A246

Unlocking community partnerships can be effective, sustainable strategies for successful risk reduction against seasonal dengue fever outbreaks: Experiences from urban clusters in Delhi, India

Sumit Mazumdar

A248

MERS-CoV surveillance in camels: Harmonization and flexibility in a multi-country project

Sophie von Dobschuetz

A254

Shifting from live bird markets to slaughterhouses to mitigate risk for avian influenza

Thuy Nguyen

A260

Evidence for optimal policies: The case for investment in for malaria elimination in Bangladesh, Indonesia, and Papua New Guinea

Katie Fox

A261

Serological Biosurveillance for Spillover of Henipaviruses and Filoviruses at Agricultural and Hunting Human-Animal Interfaces in Peninsular Malaysia

Jonathan Epstein

A277

Reducing childhood diarrhoea risks through improved environmental sanitation: Empirical evidence from three decades of public health interventions in India

Papiya Mazumdar

A280

EpiCore: Crowdsourcing Epidemic Intelligence Across the Globe

Mark Smolinski

A283

Tackling High-Burden Infections to Combat AMR: Quality Standards for Antibiotic Prescribing for Community-Acquired Pneumonia and Acute Exacerbation of COPD in Vietnam

Ryan Li

A285

Developing public programs on emerging infectious diseases at the Smithsonian Institution: Lessons for pandemic risk communication

Sabrina Sholts

A287

Can behavioural interventions improve the rational use of antibiotics in low- and middle-income countries?

Virginia Wiseman

A291

Assessing the Strength of One Health University Networks though Social Network Analysis

Ian Allen

A292

EpiCore: initial experience with an innovative system for outbreak verification

Lawrence Madoff

A295

Strengthening the Global Workforce to Battle Infectious Disease Threats through Universities: the One Health Workforce Project

Katharine Pelican

A297

Evidence for the normative appeal of collaboration: Assessing collaborative performance in two regional One Health university networks

Kaylee Myhre Errecaborde

A299

A New Tool for Supporting Multisectoral Antimicrobial Resistance Action Planning: One Health Systems Mapping and Analysis Resource Toolkit

Katharine Pelican

A302

Spatio-temporal spread trend and eco-epidemiological drivers of Japanese Encephalitis in Guangxi, China: an eco-health approach to controlling zoonoses

XIANYAN TANG

A303

Implementing National Antibiotic Action Plans for Reducing Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria in Animals

Thomas Shryock

A312

Analyzing the importance of land conversion as a driver of disease emergence in tropical forests

Carlos Zambrana-Torrelio

A317

Participatory One Health Disease Detection (PODD): A Novel Approach for Community-Based Reporting of Emerging Infectious Diseases

Lertrak Srikitjakarn

A321

AfyaData: A Set of Digital, One Health, Community-Based Tools for Reporting of Emerging Infectious Diseases

Esron Karimuribo

A328

Analyzing the economics of disease emergence from deforestation to support better practices in the extractive industries and reduce pandemic risk.

Carlos Zambrana-Torrelio

A332

Antimicrobial Stewardship Program:Is it possible in low resource country?

Upasana Acharya

A338

RISK ASSESSMENT FOR THE TRANSMISSION OF EMERGING ZOONOTIC VIRUSES IN MYANMAR

Ohnmar Aung

A346

Strengthened Public Health Laboratories Improve Disease Surveillance in the East African Community

Willy Were

A388

Epidemiology of Extend Spectrum Beta-lactamase in Lao PDR

Rene Niehus

A393

Cross-sectional surveillance for Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus in Camels and Associated Livestock in Ethiopia

Elias Walelign

A405

Temporal and geographical comparison between two highly pathogenic avian influenza global epidemics

Paula Caceres

A409

Data Integration for Proactive Animal Health Policies. Evidence from Ethiopia, Nigeria and Uganda

Alessandra Falcucci

A410

The OIE`s World Animal Health Information System (WAHIS) as a Tool for Monitoring Progress in the Global Strategy for the Elimination of Dog-Mediated Rabies

Paula Caceres

A417

Animal, Human and Wildlife Sector Collaboration on Development of One Health Capacity: A Pilot on Integrated Prevention and Control of Emerging Infectious Diseases and Zoonoses in Indonesia

Nurhayati Nurhayati

A430

Tackling “non-natural disasters” through the One Health approach in Indonesia

Asfri Rangkuti

A433

How well are antibiotics regulated in Thailand?

Angkana Sommanustweechai

A434

Unregulated antibiotic distribution in a competitive market: factors driving high consumption and AMR

Angkana Sommanustweechai

A438

Achieving resilience to emerging infectious diseases with the poultry production systems -- development of a production-led strategy for the progressive control of avian influenza and management of AMR in Bangladesh

Eric Brum

A441

Development of Thai-Surveillance of Antimicrobial Consumption: a Foundation for Tracking Progress Towards Success

Angkana Sommanustweechai

A442

Sink surveillance, an innovative approach to identify HPAI and other emerging zoonotic pathogens in live bird markets in Bangladesh

Eric Brum

A444

Proactive Case Detection and Community Participation for the Elimination of Malaria Study in Cambodia

Shunmay Yeung

A445

A PRACTICAL SOLUTION FOR COMBATING MRSA IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

Palitha Gunawardena

A446

Why do community livestock continue to be ignored within emerging disease surveillance programmes? Addressing the systemic bias for intensified livestock production within animal disease surveillance systems

Eric Brum

A458

Social, Economic and Behavioural Drivers of Antibiotic Use By Informal Providers in Rural West Bengal in India.

Meenakshi Gautham

A478

Self-medication in pastoralist communities of Western Uganda: The tragedy of “Ngombe”, a once powerful antibiotic.

Benon Asiimwe

A484

Strengthening One Health in Uganda: an After-Action Review of Crimean Congo Hemorrhagic Fever Outbreak Response

Winyi Kaboyo

A500

Taking One Health Solutions To The Community: A Case Of Rabies Eradication Efforts Through Future One Health Workforce In Kenya

Kimeli Peter

 

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