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Djaogol T., Coste M., Marcellin F., Jaquet A., Chabrol Fanny, Giles-Vernick T., Diallo A., Carrieri M. P., Boyer S., Berenger C., Bousmah M. A., Carrieri P., de Seze M., Maradan G., Treibich C., Ba E., Dialio A., Dieye F., Diouf A., Faye E. B., Ndiaye A., Perieres L., Sokhna Cheikh, Kane C. T., Lo G., Ndiaye A. J. S., Halfon P., Mohamed S., Rouveau N., Cortes M. C. C., Laborde-Balen G., ANRS 12356 AmBASS Study Group. (2019). Prevention and care of hepatitis B in the rural region of Fatick in Senegal : a healthcare workers' perspective using a mixed methods approach. BMC Health Services Research, 19 (1), art. 627 [17 p.]

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Prevention and care of hepatitis B in the rural region of Fatick in Senegal : a healthcare workers' perspective using a mixed methods approach
Année de publication2019
Type de documentArticle référencé dans le Web of Science WOS:000484449600001
AuteursDjaogol T., Coste M., Marcellin F., Jaquet A., Chabrol Fanny, Giles-Vernick T., Diallo A., Carrieri M. P., Boyer S., Berenger C., Bousmah M. A., Carrieri P., de Seze M., Maradan G., Treibich C., Ba E., Dialio A., Dieye F., Diouf A., Faye E. B., Ndiaye A., Perieres L., Sokhna Cheikh, Kane C. T., Lo G., Ndiaye A. J. S., Halfon P., Mohamed S., Rouveau N., Cortes M. C. C., Laborde-Balen G., ANRS 12356 AmBASS Study Group.
SourceBMC Health Services Research, 2019, 19 (1), art. 627 [17 p.]
RésuméBackground In countries where hepatitis B virus (HBV) is endemic, including Senegal, the World Health Organization recommends systematic HBV screening of pregnant women and vaccination at birth to prevent mother-to-child transmission (MTCT). This study investigated healthcare workers' (HCW) knowledge and practices regarding HBV prevention and care in the rural region of Fatick in Senegal, as well as challenges they faced in implementing prevention activities related to HBV MTCT. Methods A mixed-methods survey was conducted between May-July 2017 among 112 HCW working in 15 healthcare facilities in two districts of the Fatick region using face-to-face questionnaires and semi-structured interviews. Descriptive statistics and chi-square/Mann-Whitney tests were used to analyze quantitative data, while qualitative data were analyzed thematically. Results The study population included 87 HCW in the quantitative component (83% women, median age [interquartile range, IQR] = 35 [31-40] years) and 11 in the qualitative component. A knowledge gap was observed in key areas of HBV infection: only 24, 51 and 38%, respectively, correctly reported that early HBV acquisition is associated with a high risk of developing chronic infection, that perinatal transmission is one of the main modes of HBV transmission in Senegal, and that three to four doses of HBV vaccine are required to ensure immunization in children. Despite good acceptability of systematic screening of pregnant women and vaccination at birth, only 48% of HCW mainly involved in prenatal care and 71% of those involved exclusively in vaccination routinely performed these two key interventions. HCW reported several structural barriers that may hinder their implementation: a lack of training in HBV and in counseling, poor availability of rapid diagnostic tests (RDT), high costs of both screening and treatment, a lack of adequate information on treatment options and missed opportunities for vaccination at birth. Conclusions HCW working in the Fatick region may be insufficiently trained and supported to effectively implement HBV prevention strategies. Our findings suggest an urgent need to strengthen MTCT prevention in this region, by improving HCW knowledge in key areas of HBV infection, providing RDT and antiviral treatment at low cost, and enhancing community-based interventions for the timely vaccination of newborns.
Plan de classementEntomologie médicale / Parasitologie / Virologie [052] ; Santé : généralités [050] ; Santé : aspects socioculturels, économiques et politiques [056]
Descr. géo.SENEGAL ; FATICK
LocalisationFonds IRD [F B010076679]
Identifiant IRDfdi:010076679
Lien permanenthttp://www.documentation.ird.fr/hor/fdi:010076679

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