Protozoal diseases in Europe Institute of Tropical Medicine
Screening of agelasine D and analogs for inhibitory activity against pathogenic protozoa; identification of hits for visceral leishmaniasis and Chagas disease Institute of Tropical Medicine
Screening of agelasine D and analogs for inhibitory activity against pathogenic protozoa; identification of hits for visceral leishmaniasis and Chagas disease University of Antwerp
Developing definitions for invasive fungal diseases in critically ill adult patients in intensive care units : protocol of the FUNgal infections Definitions in ICU patients (FUNDICU) project Ghent University
The KIzSS network, a sentinel surveillance system for infectious diseases in day care centers: study protocol Institute of Tropical Medicine
BACKGROUND: Day care-associated infectious diseases are widely recognized as a public health problem but rarely studied. Insights into their dynamics and their association with the day care setting are important for effective decision making in management of infectious disease control. This paper describes the purpose, design and potential of our national multi-center, day care-based sentinel surveillance network for infectious diseases (the ...
Systematic review protocol to define classical IgE-associated diseases from birth to adolescence: the MeDALL study Ghent University
Persistent SOMAtic Symptoms ACROSS Diseases - From Risk Factors to Modification: Scientific Framework and Overarching Protocol of the Interdisciplinary SOMACROSS Research Unit (RU 5211) KU Leuven
Optimising patient active role with a user-centred eHealth platform (CONCERTO plus ) in chronic diseases management: a study protocol for a pilot cluster randomised controlled trial Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Introduction: Multimorbidity increases care needs and primary care use among people with chronic diseases. The Concerto Health Program (CHP) has been developed to optimise chronic disease management in primary care services. However, in its current version, the CHP primarily targets clinicians and does not aim to answer directly patients' and their informal caregivers' needs for chronic disease management. Various studies have shown that ...