PhD, Public Health, University of Montreal, Canada
Specialized Graduate Diploma in Community Health, University of Montreal, Canada
Master of Arts in International Studies, Laval University, Canada
“Licentiate Diploma” (Bachelor of Arts) in Political Science, Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium
Thomas Druetz is an epidemiologist with a background in implementation research and evaluation of health interventions using mixed methods. His current research focuses on producing evidence that could inform the malaria elimination strategy in Haiti. Operational research projects include testing the use of easy access groups as an active surveillance tool, identifying individual and environmental risk factors of malaria, and assessing the acceptability of targeted massive drug administration campaigns in malaria foci. He also conducts research in West Africa to evaluate the implementation and the effects of several malaria control interventions, including seasonal chemoprevention, community case management, and user fees abolition policies.
Please view Dr. Druetz' publications at his NCBI profile page.