Supporting and strengthening research on urban health interventions for the prevention and control of vector-borne and other infectious diseases of poverty: scoping reviews and research gap analysis

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Lyme disease 1 infectiousdiseases
filariasis 2 infectiousdiseases
infectious disease 21 infectiousdiseases
leptospirosis 1 infectiousdiseases
schistosomiasis 1 infectiousdiseases
trypanosomiasis 1 infectiousdiseases
tuberculosis 1 infectiousdiseases
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cholera 1 infectiousdiseases
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Chagas disease 16104 evidence on performance of current tests or development of new alternatives is needed also for dengue, Chagas disease , filariasis, leptospirosis, enteric fever, human African trypanosomiasis, schistosomiasis and cholera.Results
Lyme disease 3369 tropical and subtropical regions, which affect disproportionately less resourced populations [[1]]. Lyme disease and other tick-borne diseases are however spreading speedily in temperate regions of the globe and the
chikungunya 4156 the exposure of human populations in urban settings to vector-borne diseases (VBDs) such as dengue, chikungunya and Zika virus diseases, urban malaria, leishmaniasis, and lymphatic filariasis, apart from water-borne
chikungunya 15221 diagnosis, particularly within 72 h of fever onset, is critical. Differentiating Zika virus, dengue and chikungunya from other common febrile illnesses is difficult and there is a need for simple and cost-effective laboratory
cholera 16213 disease, filariasis, leptospirosis, enteric fever, human African trypanosomiasis, schistosomiasis and cholera .Results from this study would be useful to health care providers having to choose among several different
dengue fever 28909 practice.Authors emphasize that the largest body of evidence concerned control interventions for Ebola virus and dengue fever , including multiple types of measures categorized in four groups: i) healthcare provision; ii) epidemiological
filariasis 4237 (VBDs) such as dengue, chikungunya and Zika virus diseases, urban malaria, leishmaniasis, and lymphatic filariasis , apart from water-borne diseases among others. These VBDs pose eminent public health challenges with
filariasis 16120 performance of current tests or development of new alternatives is needed also for dengue, Chagas disease, filariasis , leptospirosis, enteric fever, human African trypanosomiasis, schistosomiasis and cholera.Results from
infectious disease 162 strengthening research on urban health interventions for the prevention and control of vector-borne and other infectious disease s of poverty: scoping reviews and research gap analysisMariam Otmani del BarrioFrédéric SimardAndrea
infectious disease 1051 Accurate, consistent, and evidence-based interventions for prevention and control of vector-borne and other infectious disease s of poverty in urban settings are needed to implement innovative and cost-effective public policy and
infectious disease 2023 reviews that highlight priority research gaps and policy implications to address vector-borne and other infectious disease s at the urban level.ConclusionsThe set of scoping reviews proposed in this special issue presents a
infectious disease 2283 of research on urban health interventions for the prevention and control of vector-borne and other infectious disease s of poverty. The authors of the 6 reviews highlighted severe gaps in knowledge and identified organizational
infectious disease 3203 working languages of the United Nations.BackgroundVector-borne diseases account for around 17% of all infectious disease s, with the highest burden of these diseases in tropical and subtropical regions, which affect disproportionately
infectious disease 4647 level.Accurate, consistent, and evidence-based interventions for prevention and control of VBDs and other infectious disease s of poverty in urban settings are needed to implement cost-effective public policy and to promote inclusive,
infectious disease 5208 urbanization, major public health challenges remain and are likely to be exacerbated, ranging from infectious disease s such as VBDs and water-borne diseases to non-communicable diseases (e.g. respiratory diseases) [[3],
infectious disease 8421 evidence by supporting the development of a series of scoping reviews on urban health and VBDs and other infectious disease s of poverty. Knowledge generated from the scoping reviews is expected to contribute to a better understanding
infectious disease 8685 policy implications in this area and improve the ability of urban settings to address VBDs and other infectious disease s.Main textIn 2015, TDR launched a call inviting research groups or consortia from worldwide institutions
infectious disease 8957 effort to strengthen research on urban health interventions for the control of vector-borne and other infectious disease s of poverty.VERDAS research Consortium, for “VEctor boRne DiseAses Scoping reviews”, was established
infectious disease 9889 priorities regarding urban health interventions for the prevention and control of vector-borne and other infectious disease s of poverty. This special issue draws together the resulting scoping reviews and the ideas presented
infectious disease 10162 attention on the research gaps and policy implications that need to be considered to address VBDs and other infectious disease s at the urban level.Twenty-seven researchers and one research coordinator from various research institutions
infectious disease 10940 review on the field validation and implementation of rapid diagnostic tests for vector-borne and other infectious disease s of poverty in urban areas2Florence FournetInstitut de Recherche pour le Développement. Montpellier,
infectious disease 12267 Mabel Carabali, Kate ZinszerContainment measures for emerging and re-emerging vector-borne and other infectious disease s of poverty in urban settings: a scoping review6Stéphanie DegrooteUniversité de Montréal.Montréal,
infectious disease 14679 capacity and co-infection; Containment measures of emerging and re-emerging vector-borne and other infectious disease s of poverty; Housing and hygiene interventions to prevent vector-borne diseases. A brief overview of
infectious disease 15028 review on the field validation and implementation of rapid diagnostic tests for vector-borne and other infectious disease s of poverty in urban areas [[9]]In acute infectious diseases, prompt diagnosis, particularly within
infectious disease 15088 diagnostic tests for vector-borne and other infectious diseases of poverty in urban areas [[9]]In acute infectious disease s, prompt diagnosis, particularly within 72 h of fever onset, is critical. Differentiating Zika virus,
infectious disease 15562 evidence on field validation and implementation in urban areas of rapid diagnostics for VBDs and other infectious disease s of poverty. The manuscript presents a major review mostly of malaria rapid diagnostic tests. The conclusions
infectious disease 28180 pathogens and early outbreaks.Containment measures for emerging and re-emerging vector-borne and other infectious disease s of poverty in urban settings: a scoping review [[23]]Campeau et al. focus on addressing the capacity
infectious disease 28630 the evidence on the effectiveness of containment measures for emerging and re-emerging VBDs and other infectious disease s of poverty in urban settings. They also identified gaps and limitations calling for more research,
infectious disease 33551 of research on urban health interventions for the prevention and control of vector-borne and other infectious disease s of poverty. The authors of the six reviews highlighted severe gaps in knowledge and identified organizational
leptospirosis 16132 current tests or development of new alternatives is needed also for dengue, Chagas disease, filariasis, leptospirosis , enteric fever, human African trypanosomiasis, schistosomiasis and cholera.Results from this study would
malaria 4199 settings to vector-borne diseases (VBDs) such as dengue, chikungunya and Zika virus diseases, urban malaria , leishmaniasis, and lymphatic filariasis, apart from water-borne diseases among others. These VBDs pose
malaria 15643 for VBDs and other infectious diseases of poverty. The manuscript presents a major review mostly of malaria rapid diagnostic tests. The conclusions of the paper present the key research topic areas for future
malaria 15858 systematic reviews, new research agendas and actions for new vector control policies: evidence comes from malaria tests while rapid tests for tuberculosis and visceral leishmaniasis require further implementation studies.
malaria 16528 Performance studies were carried out in several countries of various continents, but local studies of malaria diagnostics may be required, since results from a specific region are context specific. Conclusions
malaria 17407 worldwide, allowing the emergence of new infectious threats and re-emergence of old deadly foes like malaria and dengue. Vectors and pathogens in human transportations are spreading at an ever-increasing speed
malaria 21770 the extraction process, 42 documents were reviewed of which 30 focused on dengue vectors, eight on malaria , and two on leishmaniasis. More than a half of the studies were conducted in the Americas.The scoping
malaria 23250 threat of insecticide resistance, and given the current dependence on external funding, particularly in malaria control. Ensuring sustainability and conducting economic evaluation in the long run appears to be of
malaria 24510 regarding VBDs in urban areas.Articles that met the inclusion criteria dealt mainly with dengue or malaria . Dengue transmission in urban areas was investigated in Asia and America whereas malaria research was
malaria 24599 dengue or malaria. Dengue transmission in urban areas was investigated in Asia and America whereas malaria research was mostly performed in Africa, in line with the global epidemiology of these mosquito-borne
malaria 25040 socio-economic factors on VBDs transmission. Co-infections are only addressed in two studies, both dealing with malaria . Both studies highlight the general lack of knowledge on this phenomenon in different fields such as
malaria 25236 fields such as immunology, clinic, diagnosis and treatment. However, co-infections are not limited to malaria and should be more systematically considered given the impact on diagnosis strategies, and vaccine development
malaria 26931 mosquitoes is being reported, announcing shifts in disease transmission and epidemiology. Henceforth, urban malaria transmission clearly represents a major challenge for public health, especially in Africa [[20]]. In
schistosomiasis 16193 for dengue, Chagas disease, filariasis, leptospirosis, enteric fever, human African trypanosomiasis, schistosomiasis and cholera.Results from this study would be useful to health care providers having to choose among
trypanosomiasis 16176 is needed also for dengue, Chagas disease, filariasis, leptospirosis, enteric fever, human African trypanosomiasis , schistosomiasis and cholera.Results from this study would be useful to health care providers having
tuberculosis 15894 and actions for new vector control policies: evidence comes from malaria tests while rapid tests for tuberculosis and visceral leishmaniasis require further implementation studies. It is emphasized that more evidence
visceral leishmaniasis 15911 new vector control policies: evidence comes from malaria tests while rapid tests for tuberculosis and visceral leishmaniasis require further implementation studies. It is emphasized that more evidence on performance of current

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