The Union World Conference on Lung Health

Event 17 Sep 2018
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The Union World Conference on Lung Health is the world’s largest gathering of clinicians and public health workers, health programme managers, policymakers, researchers and advocates working to end the suffering caused by lung disease, with a focus specifically on the challenges faced by low-and lower-middle income populations. Of the 10 million people who die each year from lung diseases, some 80 percent live in these resource-limited settings.

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The Union World Conference on Lung Health October 24th-27th

Name

Abstract Title

Session

Jane Ardrey

The Cooking and Pneumonia Lesson: Exploring social determinants of lung health in a low- income setting using the participatory methodology Photovoice

Poster Discussion Session:

Air pollution: measurement, risk and impact.

Poster Area

Saturday October 27th
12:45-13:45


Amsalu Binegdie

Treatment of drug-resistant tuberculosis with regimens containing bedaquiline and

delamanid: description of patient eligibility criteria among Ethiopian cohorts

Poster Discussion Session:

New agents, old ways: old agents, new ways

Poster Area

Saturday October 27th
12:45-13:45

Uzoh Egere

High burden of undetected tuberculosis among children with no known contacts in The Gambia

Short Oral Abstract Session:
The changing landscape of childhood tuberculosis

North America

Saturday October 27th
10:30-12:00

Asma El-Sony

The Union multi-countries experience on asthma management

Presentation

Everest 1&2

Saturday October 27th

14:15 – 14:30

Wincey Katagira

Pulmonary Hypertension in a cohort of patients previously treated for Pulmonary Tuberculosis at Mulago Hospital in Kampala, Uganda

Poster Discussion Session:

‘Windmills, clogs and healthy lungs’
Poster Area

Saturday October 27th
12:45-13:45

Bertrand Mbatchou

Serum uric acid levels in patients on antituberculous treatment in Douala, Cameroon 

Poster Discussion Session:

Clinical aspects of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis treatment safety and toxicity

Poster Area

Thursday October 25th

12:45-13:45

Jamilah Meghji

The burden of clinical, spirometric and HRCT abnormalities at pulmonary TB treatment completion: a cross-sectional study

Short Oral Abstract Session:

Tuberculosis, safety, outcomes and innovation

Yangtze 1

Friday October 26th

10:30-12:00

Kevin Mortimer

Chairing Poster Discussion Session:

Windmills, clogs and healthy lungs

 

Poster Area

Saturday October 27th
12:45-13:45

Kevin Mortimer

Harm assessment and clinical interventions

Presentation

Kilimanjaro 1
Wednesday October 24th

08:00 – 14:00

Kevin Mortimer

Non-communicable lung disease in LMICs—where does post tuberculosis lung disease care fit in?

Presentation
Atlantic

Thursday October 25th

16:00 – 16:15

Brenda Mungai

Chairing Poster Discussion Session:
Found and reported: but what tuberculosis treatment outcome

 

Poster Area

Saturday October 27th

12:45 – 13:45

Brenda Mungai

How the data-driven supervision course was rolled out in Kenya

Kilimanjaro 2

Wednesday October 24th

08:00 – 14:00

Sarah Rylance

Non-communicable lung disease and exposure to household air pollution in rural Malawian children: a cross-sectional study

E-poster session:

Progress in paediatric tuberculosis and lung diseases

North America

Friday October 26th

12:15-13:15

Martina Savio & Elly Wallis

The International Multidisciplinary Programme to Address Lung Health and TB in Africa “IMPALA”

Community Space

Booth 6

Daily

Bertie Squire & Irene Ayakaka

Coordinating Panel Discussion:
What is the pathway to developing more effective collaboration between civil society and academia in applied health research?

De Ontmoeting 1
Community Space

Thursday October 25th

07:45 – 08:45

Bertie Squire

Chairing Symposium:
Overcoming gender inequity in TB by understanding factors that drive excess male burden of disease

Yangtze 2

Friday October 26th

16:00 – 17:30

Bertie Squire

What are the real benefits for the patient and the health system?

Final STREAM Stage1 Results with implications for implementation

KWA Plenary Hall

Saturday October 27th

14:45 – 15:00

 

Tom Wingfield

Final tuberculosis treatment outcomes of patients receiving a socio-economic support intervention: long-term follow-up from a randomized controlled trial in Peru

Presentation

South America

Saturday October 27th

10:40 – 10:50

 

LuLi partners: John Balmes, Neil Schluger, Sean Semple, Obianuju Ozoh, Thomas Matte, Jonathan Grigg

 

Air pollution and health: understanding the problem and advocating for solutions

Postgraduate Course

Kilimanjaro 1

Wednesday October 24th

08:00 – 14:00

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