Bibliography

Publications associated with BAN Study (updated 28th January 2009)

Abstracts

  1. Mtimuni B, Corneli A, Bentley M, Piwoz E, Moses A, Carlton Tohill B, Adair L, Duerr A, van der Horst C.  Preliminary findings from the Safe Mother/Safe Baby Formative Research Study and their implications for protocol design. National Conference for Health Research Dissemination, Lilongwe, Malawi, January 2003 (oral presentation).
  2. Corneli A, Piwoz E, Bentley M, Moses A, Ahmed Y, Duerr A, van der Horst C. Trust me, I'm a doctor:  Issues related to study participation, adherence, and informed consent in a clinical trial to prevent mother-to-child transmission of HIV through breastfeeding. 10th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections, Boston, MA, February 2003 (abstract - poster).
  3. Corneli A, Bentley M, Piwoz E, Mtimuni B, Moses A, Nkhoma J, Carlton Tohill B, Duerr A, and Van der Horst C. Perceptions of body size and health among HIV-infected women in Malawi. Society for Applied Anthropology, March 2003 (oral presentation).
  4. van der Horst C, Fiscus S, Piwoz E, Corneli A, Moses A, Jones D, Adair L, Bentley M, Hoffman I, Kashuba A, Shugars D, Bangdiwala K, Tien H.  Prevention of mother to infant transmission of HIV through breastfeeding and reduction of morbidity and mortality of the breastfeeding mothers: a study in Malawi.  2nd IAS Conference on HIV Pathogenesis and Treatment, Paris, France, July 2003 (abstract – poster. # 1036). Published in: Antiviral Therapy 2003; 8: S477.    (Provides description of BAN Trial)
  5.  Corneli A, Bentley M, Piwoz E, Sorenson JR, Moses A, Nkhoma J, Van der Horst C. Development of a context-specific informed consent process in U.S.-funded international Research. 131st Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, San Francisco, CA, November 2003 (oral presentation).
  6. Piwoz E, Ferguson Y, Bentley M, Mtimuni B, Corneli A, Moses A, Adair L, Van der Horst  C.  Attitudes of HIV-positive mothers and the nurses who counsel them about WHO recommendations on HIV and infant feeding in Lilongwe, Malawi.  131st Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, San Francisco, CA, November 2003 (oral presentation).
  7. Bentley M, Corneli A, Ferguson Y, Van der Horst C. Mother-to-child transmission in sub-Saharan Africa: A focus on Malawi (Lydia’s dilemma: HIV/AIDS in Malawi). PBS/NOVA Global Health Project in Cambridge Mass, Feb 28-29, 2004.
  8. Bentley M, Corneli A, Piwoz E, Moses A, Nkhoma J, Tohill B, Ahmed Y, Adair L, Jamieson D, Van der Horst C. Women's voices, women's choices: HIV and breastfeeding. Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB), February 2004 (oral presentation).
  9. Corneli A, Sorenson JR, Nkhoma J, Moses A, Zulu C, Chilima J, Bowling JM, Henderson GE, Bentley ME,  Martinson F, Jones D, Ahmed Y, Heilig C, Kazembe P, Jamieson D, Van der Horst C. Effective method for improving participant understanding of informed consent in U.S.-funded international clinical trials. XV International AIDS Conference, Bangkok, Thailand, 14 July 2004 (oral presentation).
  10. Chasela C, Ahmed Y, Hurst S, Msungama W, Chigwenembe M, Luhanga M, Mwapasa G, Mayuni I, Jones D, Martinson F, Tegha G, Chavula C, Jamieson D, Kazembe P, Van der Horst C. Recruitment of pregnant women into prevention of HIV transmission programs and research (PMTCT) challenges and experiences on an operational level in Malawi. 12th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections, Boston, MA, Feb 22, 2005 (abstract – poster. # 792). 
  11. Kourtis A, Van der Horst C, Kazembe P, Ahmed Y, Chasela C, Hosseininpur M, Lugalia L, Tegha G, Joaki G, Jamieson DJ. Low absolute neutrophil counts in African infants. 12th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections, Boston, MA, Feb 2005 (abstract – poster. #815)
  12. Bramson B, Chasela C, Ahmed Y, Kourtis A, Martinson F, Kazembe P, Jamieson D, Van der Horst C. The occurrence of potentially serious toxicities to nevirapine and zidovudine in HIV-infected, post-partum women with high CD4 counts, and in their HIV- uninfected infants.  National AIDS Commission (NAC) Research Dissemination Conference, Lilongwe, Malawi, 18-22 April, 2005 (oral presentation).
  13. Bramson B, Chasela C,  Hosseinipour M, Ahmed Y, Kourtis A, Knight R, Jafali R, Tegha G, Joaki G, Tien HS, Kazembe P, Jamieson D, van der Horst C.(For the UNC Project BAN Study Team). Toxicity of  Nevirapine and Zidovudine in HIV-infected Women with High CD4 Counts and Their Uninfected, Breastfeeding Infants in Malawi: The BAN Study. Abstract (#896) 43rd Annual Meeting of the Infectious Disease Society of America, San Francisco, CA, 6-9 Oct, 2005.
  14. Bramson B, Charles Chasela, Charity Chavula, Noel Numba , M Majawa , Mina Hosseinipour, Yusuf Ahmed, Athena Kourtis,  Rodney Knight, Robert Jafali,  Gerald Tegha,  George Joaki,  Hsiao-Chuan Tien,  Lisa Hyde,  Peter Kazembe,  Denise Jamieson, Charles van der Horst, for the BAN Study Team. Toxicity of Nevirapine in HIV-infected women with high CD4 counts in Malawi: the BAN Study. Presented at the XVI International AIDS Conference in Toronto, Canada (August 13-18, 2006) [POSTER Wednesday August 16 ABSTRACT WEPE0082]
  15. Bramson B, L Hyde, C Chasela, C Chavula, M Magawa, N Mumba, M Hosseinipour, Y Ahmed, A Kourtis, R Jafali, G Tegha, G Joaki, R Knight, F Martinson, D Chilongozi, P Kazembe, D Jamieson, C van der Horst, for the BAN Study Team. Morbidity and mortality among HIV-infected women and their infants while participating in a clinical trial in Malawi: The BAN Study. Presented at the XVI International AIDS Conference in Toronto, Canada (August 13-18, 2006). [POSTER Thursday August 17 ABSTRACT THPE0177]
  16. Chasela C, Zane Ramdas, Brian Bramson, Lisa Hyde, Charity Chavula, Noel Mumba, Maganizo Majawa, Alice Soko, Maggie Chigwenembe, Henry Eliya, David Chilongozi, Gerald Tegha, George Joaki, Alex Manja, Francis Martinson, Irving Hoffman, Ceppie Merry, Mairin Ryan, Peter  Kazembe, Charles Van der Horst, for the BAN Team Cost Implications of the Provision of Care in a Clinical trial among HIV infected mothers and their infants in Malawi: The BAN Study experience in Lilongwe, Malawi. Presented at the XVI International AIDS Conference in Toronto, Canada (August 13-18, 2006) [POSTER Wednesday August 16 ABSTRACT WEPE0217]
  17. Chiwanda D, Isabel Kayuni, Charles Chasela, Maganizo Majawa, Brian Bramson, Alice Soko, Maggie Chigwenembe, Francis Martinson, Wycliff Masso, David Chilongozi, Peter Kazembe and Charles van der Horst for the BAN Study Team. Involvement of males as a strategy to increase accrual, retention and adherence in clinical trials – BAN Study experience. Presented at the XVI International AIDS Conference in Toronto, Canada (August 13-18, 2006) [POSTER: Tuesday August 15 Abstract TUPE066]
  18. Ferguson YO, M Bentley, E Piwoz, C Zulu, C Chasela, B Bramson, A Soko, M Tembo, D Chilongozi, F Martinson, S Albrecht, BC Tohill, Y Ahmed,  P Kazembe, D Jamieson, C van der Horst for the BAN Study Team. An Evaluation of Study Nurses’ Implementation of an Infant Feeding Counseling Protocol for HIV-infected Mothers: The BAN Study in Lilongwe, Malawi. Presented at the XVI International AIDS Conference in Toronto, Canada (August 13-18, 2006) [POSTER Tuesday August 15 ABSTRACT TUPE0369]
  19. Knight R, Catherine Andrzejewski, Chi-Hung Liao, Charles Chasela ,Brian Bramson, Hsiao-Chuan Tien, Robert Jafali, Gerald Mwapasa, Patricia Wiyo,Isabel Mayuni, Wezi Msungama, Francis Martinson, Yusuf Ahmed, Denise Jamieson, Peter Kazembe, Charles van der Horst for the BAN Study Team. Cohort-convergence method to estimate retention of participants in clinical trials: The BAN Study in Lilongwe, Malawi. In abstract book CD # CDB0390 (not presented): XVI International AIDS Conference in Toronto, Canada (August 13-18, 2006)
  20. Tembo M, Isabel Kayuni, Getrude Kachule,  Charles Chasela, Brian Bramson, Alice Soko,  Charity Salima, Maggie Chigwenembe, Francis Martinson, David Chilongozi,  Linda Adair, Peter Kazembe and Charles van der Horst for the BAN Study Team. Women’s Experiences and Lessons Learned in HIV Infected Mothers Support Groups: The Ban Study in Lilongwe, Malawi. Presented at the XVI International AIDS Conference in Toronto, Canada (August 13-18, 2006). [POSTER Thursday August 17 ABSTRACT: THPE0624]
  21. Thomas R, Martin Tembo, Brian Bramson, Charles Chasela, Ellen Piwoz, Margaret Bentley, Linda Adair, Beth Carlton Tohill, Yusuf Ahmed, Alice Soko, Maggie Chigwenembe, Denise Jamieson, Peter Kazembe and Charles van der Horst for the BAN Study Team. Evaluation of a Ready-to-use Therapeutic Food to Aid in Early Breastfeeding Cessation of Infants of HIV-infected Mothers in Lilongwe, Malawi.  In abstract book CD #CDC0526 (not presented): XVI International AIDS Conference in Toronto, Canada (August 13-18, 2006)
  22. Bobrow E,  Lyson Tenthani, Wycliffe Masoo, David Chilongozi, Innocent Mofolo, Linda Adair, Margaret Bentley, Ellen Piwoz, Beth Carlton Tohill, Shelah S. Bloom, Yusuf Ahmed, Francis Martinson, Denise Jamieson, Peter Kazembe, Charles van der Horst for the BAN Study. Community partnerships foster participation in Malawian PMTCT study. Global Health Council Conference (May 29-June 1, 2007, Washington DC)
  23. Kayira D, M. Tembo, L. Hyde .  C. Chasela  . A Kourtis, Y. Ahmed, Fitzgerald , H.Chuan Tien, C  Chavula, N Mumba, M Majawa, R Knight, F. Martinson , D. Chilongozi, C. van der Horst, for the BAN Study Team. Diarrhea in uninfected infants of HIV-infected mothers who stop breastfeeding at 6 months: The BAN study experience.Presentation at 2nd Annual Nutrition HIV dissemination meeting 27-Jan-2007 (Blantyre, Malawi).
  24. Kourtis A, David Fitzgerald, Lisa Hyde, Brian Bramson, Hsiao-Chuan Tien, Charity  Chavula, Noel Mumba, Manganizo Magawa, Rodney Knight, Charles Chasela, Charles van der Horst, for the BAN Study Team. Diarrhea in uninfected infants of HIV-infected mothers who stop breastfeeding at 6 months: The BAN study experience. Abstract 772. 14th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections. Los Angeles California February 25-28, 2007
  25. Corbett A, Kashuba A,  Rezk N, Jamieson D, Chasela C, Hyde L, Tegha G, Joaki G,  Kamwendo D, van der Horst C and BAN Study Team. Antiretroviral Drug Concentrations in Breast Milk and Breastfeeding Infants.  15th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections, Boston, MA, Feb 3-6, 2008 (abstract – poster. # 684). 
  26. Bobrow EA, Chasela C, Kamanga E, Adair LS, Bentley ME, Bloom SS, Angeles G, Moracco KE, Bangdiwala SI, Ahmed Y, Jamieson D, Kazembe P, van der Horst C, for the BAN Study. Factors associated with HIV disclosure patterns by pregnant HIV-positive women in Lilongwe, Malaw. XVII AIDS Conf, Mexico City, 3-8 August 2008. (Poster THPE0703)
  27. Bobrow EA, Tenthani L, Chasela C, Adair LS, Bentley ME, Bloom SS, Moracco KE, Ahmed Y, Jamieson J, Kazembe P, van der Horst C, for the BAN Study. Perspectives of women and providers on factors that influence pregnant HIV-positive women’s decision to participate in PMTCT programs in Lilongwe, Malawi.  XVII AIDS Conf, Mexico City, Mexico, Aug 3-8, 2008. (Poster THPE0922)
  28. Corbett A, Martinson  F, Rezk N, Kashuba A, Jamieson D, Chasela C, Kayira D, Tegha G, Kamwendo D, van der Horst C for the BAN Study Team Lopinavir/Ritonavir Concentrations (CONC) in Breast Milk and Breast Feeding Infants.  CROI 2009, Montreal, Canada, Feb 8-11, 2009 (*T-139)
  29. Farr S, Nelson J, Ng'ombe T, Kashuba A, Chasela C, Kourtis A, Johnson J, Tegha G, Wiener J, and van der Horst C, for the BAN Study Team. Addition of 7 days of ZDV+3TC to peripartum single-dose nevirapine (sdNVP) is effective in reducing nevirapine resistance at 6 weeks postpartum in HIV-infected mothers in Lilongwe, Malawi.  CROI 2009, Montreal, Canada, Feb 8-11, 2009 (958b).

Manuscripts

  1. van der Horst C, Fiscus S, Piwoz E, Corenli A, Moses A, Jones D, Adair L, Bentley M, Hoffman I, Kashuba A, Shugars D, Bandiwala K, Tien H. Prevention of mother to infant transmission of HIV through breastfeeding and reduction of morbidity and mortality of the breastfeeding mothers: a study in Malawi. Antiviral Therapy 2003; 8 (Suppl.1):S477.
  2. Corneli AL. An effective method for improving participant understanding of informed consent in US-funded international clinical trials [PhD Dissertation]. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; 2004.
  3. Gaillard P, Fowler MG, Dabis F, Coovadia H, Van der Horst CM, et al. Use of antiretroviral drugs to prevent HIV-1 transmission through breastfeeding: from animal studies to randomized clinical trials. J AIDS 2004; 35:178-187.
  4. Bentley ME, Corneli A, Piwoz E, Moses A, Nkhoma J, Carlton-Tohill B, Ahmed Y, Adair L, Jamieson D, Van der Horst C. Perceptions of the role of maternal nutrition in HIV-positive breastfeeding women in Malawi. J Nutr. 2005 Apr, 135(4): 945-9.
  5. Kourtis AP, Bramson B, Horst CVD, Kazembe P, Ahmed Y, Chasela C, Hosseinipour M, Knight R, Lugalia L, Tegha G, Joaki G, Jafali R and Jamieson DJ, for the UNC Project BAN Study Team. Low Absolute Neutrophil Counts In African Infants. J Int Assoc Physicians AIDS care 2005; 4(3):73-76
  6. Corneli AL, Bentley ME, Sorenson JR, Henderson  GE, Moses A, Nkhoma J, Tenthani L, Ahmed Y, Heilig CM, Jamieson DJ, and van der Horst C. Using formative research to develop a context-specific approach to informed consent for clinical trials. Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics. 2006, 1(4), 45-60.
  7. Ferguson YO. A Process Evaluation of Nurses' Implementation of an Infant Feeding Counseling Protocol for HIV-Infected Mothers: The Breastfeeding, Antiretroviral and Nutrition (BAN) Study in Lilongwe, Malawi  [PhD Dissertation]. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; 2006.
  8. Piwoz E, Owens Ferguson Y, Bentley M, Corneli A, Moses A, Nkhoma J, Carlton Tohill B, Adair L, Mtimuni B, Ahmed Y, Jamieson D, van der Horst C, Kazembe P, and the UNC Project BAN Study Team. Differences between international recommendations on breastfeeding and HIV and health workers’ attitudes and counseling practices in Lilongwe, Malawi. International Breastfeeding Journal.  2006 Mar 9;1(1):2. Avalaible at http://wwwinternationalbreastfeedingjournal.com
  9. Corneli A, Piwoz E, Bentley M, Moses A, Nkhoma J, Tohill B, Adair L, Mtimuni B, Ahmed Y, Duerr A, van der Horst C. Involving communities in the design of clinical trial protocols: The BAN Study in Lilongwe, Malawi. Contemp Clin Trials.  2007 Jan;28(1):59-67. Epub 2006 Aug 11.
  10. Bobrow EA. Factors that influence disclosure and program participation among pregnant HIV-positive women: A mixed methods study in Lilongwe, Malawi [PhD Dissertation]. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; 2008.
  11. van der Horst CM, Chasela C, Ahmed Y, Hoffman I, Hosseinipour M, Knight R, Fiscus S, et al*. Modifications of a large HIV prevention clinical trial to fit changing realities: A case study of the Breastfeeding, Antiretroviral, and Nutrition (BAN) Protocol in Lilongwe, Malawi. Contemp Clin Trials. 2009 Jan;30(1):24-33. Epub 2008 Sep 7
*Complete author list: Charles van der Horst MD, Charles Chasela MPH, Yusuf Ahmed BM, Irving Hoffman PA, MPH, Mina Hosseinipour MD, MPH, Rodney Knight PhD, Susan Fiscus PhD, Michael Hudgens PhD, Peter Kazembe MBChB, Margaret Bentley PhD, Linda Adair PhD, Ellen Piwoz PhD, Francis Martinson MBChB, PhD, Ann Duerr MD, PhD, Athena Kourtis MD, PhD, A. Edde Loeliger MD, MSc, Beth Tohill PhD, Sascha Ellington MSPH, and Denise Jamieson MD, MPH for the BAN Study team.