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Thomas DRUETZ

Thomas Druetz

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Professeur adjoint

École de santé publique - Département de médecine sociale et préventive

7101, av. du Parc local 3151

thomas.druetz@umontreal.ca

514 343-6111 #44022

Biographie

Thomas Druetz était auparavant professeur sous octroi à l’Université de Tulane, à la Nouvelle-Orléans. Il s’intéresse à l’évaluation des interventions implantées dans des conditions naturelles et visant à améliorer la santé maternelle et infantile et à réduire les inégalités en santé.

Après des études en sciences politiques et développement international, Thomas Druetzréalise son doctorat en santé publique à l’Université de Montréal. Sa thèse examine le recours aux agents de santé communautaires pour lutter contre le paludisme au Burkina Faso. Curieux des travaux en santé mondiale et en recherche interventionnelle, il s’intéresse particulièrement à l’évaluation des interventions sanitaires dans leur contexte naturel d’implantation.

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Ses projets de recherche portent sur les efforts de contrôle et d’élimination du paludisme.

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Les défis d’intégration de la politique nationale de gratuité des soins pour les mères et les enfants de moins de cinq ans au Burkina Faso Projet de recherche à l’international / 2017 - 2020

Chercheur principal : Thomas Druetz
Sources de financement : CRDI/Centre de recherches pour le développement international
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*Ashton R, Doumbia B, Diallo D, Druetz T, Florey L, Taylor C, Arnold F, Mihigo J, Kone D, Fomba S, Eckert E, Eisele T. (2019). Measuring malaria diagnosis and treatment coverage in population-based surveys: A recall validation study in Mali among caregivers of febrile children under five years. Malaria Journal. 18(3): 1-16.

*Druetz T, Andrinopoulos K, Boulos LM, Boulos M, Noland G, Desir L, Lemoine JF, Eisele T. (2018). "Wherever Doctors Cannot Reach, the Sunshine Can": Overcoming Potential Barriers to Malaria Elimination Interventions in Haiti. Malaria Journal. 17(393): 1-11.

*Druetz T. (2018). Evaluation of direct and indirect effects of seasonal malaria chemoprevention in Mali. Scientific Reports. 8(8104): 1-9.

*Druetz T, Cormeau-Tremblay N, Millogo T, Kouanda S, Ly A, Haddad S. (2018). Seasonal malaria chemoprevention protects children against malaria and anaemia under routine program implementation in Burkina Faso. The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. 98(2): 524-533.

*Druetz T. (2018). The Double Challenge of Integrated Primary Health Care in Low- and Middle-Income Countries. BMC Medical Ethics. 19 S1(48): 89-96.

*Druetz T, Bicaba A, Some T, Kouanda S, Ly A, Haddad S. (2017). The effects of interrupting free healthcare: drawing lessons at the critical moment of national scale-up in Burkina Faso. Social Science and Medicine. 185: 46-53.

*Fregonese F, Siekmans K, Kouanda S, Druetz T, Ly A, Diabaté S, Haddad S. (2016). Effects of exposure to fecal contaminants on stunting in children 12-59 months: a 4-year cohort study in Burkina Faso. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health. 71: 356-363.

*Druetz T, Kadio K, Haddad S, Kouanda S, Ridde V. (2015). Do community health workers perceive mechanisms associated with the success of community case management of malaria? A qualitative study from Burkina Faso. Social Science & Medicine. 124: 232-240.

*Druetz T, Fregonese F, Bado A, Millogo T, Kouanda S, Diabaté S, Haddad S. (2015). Abolishing Fees atHealth Centers in the Context of Community Case Management of Malaria: What Effects on Treatment-Seeking Practices for Febrile Children in Rural Burkina Faso?. PLoS One. 10(10): 1-14.

*Diabaté S, Druetz T, Millogo T, Ly A, Fregonese F, Kouanda S, Haddad S. (2015). Domestic larval control practices and malaria prevalence among under-five children in Burkina Faso. PLoS One. 10(10): 1-13.

*Druetz T, Ridde V, Kouanda S, Ly A, Diabaté S, Haddad S. (2015). Utilization of community health workers for malaria treatment: results from a three-year panel study in the districts of Kaya and Zorgho, Burkina Faso (highly accessed). Malaria Journal. 14(71): 1-12.

*Druetz T, Zongo S, Ridde V. (2015). Le retour de la conception biomédicale du paludisme dans les institutions internationales. Mondes en Développement. 170(2): 41-58.

*Diabaté S, Druetz T, Bonnet E, Kouanda S, Ridde V, Haddad S. (2014). Insecticide-treated nets ownership and utilization among under-five children following the 2010 mass distribution in Burkina Faso. Malaria Journal. 13(353): 1-8.

*Ridde V, Carabali M, Ly A, Druetz T, Kouanda S, Bonnet E, Haddad S. (2014). The need for more research and public health interventions on dengue fever in Burkina Faso. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases. 8(6):1-3.

*Druetz T, Ridde V, Haddad S. (2014). The divergence between community case management of malaria and renewed calls for primary healthcare (Article featured by the Editor in the Millennium Development Goals Collection). Critical Public Health. 25(2): 165-177.

*Druetz T, Bonnet E, Ridde V, Haddad S. (2014). Local clusters of malaria transmission in the district of Kaya (Burkina Faso). Annals of Global Health. 80(3): 216.

*Druetz T, Siekmans K, Ridde V, Haddad S. (2014). Community case management of pneumonia in Africa-- not so bad and steadily progressing: Author Reply. Health Policy & Planning. 30(2): 312.

*Ridde V, Druetz T, Poppy S, Kouanda S, Haddad S. (2013). Implementation fidelity of the national malaria control program in Burkina Faso. PLoS One. 8(7): 1-9.

*Druetz T , Siekmans K , Goossens S , Ridde V , Haddad S. (2013). Editor's choice: The community case management of pneumonia in Africa: A review of the evidence. Health Policy & Planning. 30(2): 253-266.

*Druetz T , Robert E. (2012). Why Do Poster Presentations Not Receive More Consideration? Some Thoughts Shared by Two PhD Candidates.Canadian journal of public health. Revue canadienne de sante publique. 103(6): 474.
 

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