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Academic and scientific partners

Solthis is dedicated to developing multidisciplinary partnerships in order to take into account the many dimensions of public health issues. This can be seen through collaboration with actors from different backgrounds: medical, anthropological, economic, political and community actors.

Academic and scientific partners

  • Pitié-Salpêtrière, Necker and Bichat University Hospital Centres in Paris, and in Bordeaux: collaboration on operational research projects,  internships.
  • Pasteur Institute in Paris (Epidemiological Unit for Emerging Diseases): operational research project support –
  • PARIS I Sorbonne: teaching at the Master and collaborative work on research projects.
  • ISPED (Public Health, Epidemiology and Development Institute in Bordeaux): presentations within the framework of the ISPED masters, student internships in the field –
  • ANRS (National Agency for HIV and Viral Hepatitis Research) –
  • RESAPSI (African Network ensuring the medical management of people living with HIV/Aids): participation in RESAPSI workshops
  • Sciences Po (Institute of Political Study in Paris): intervention within theframework of the Masters of International Affairs, student internships at headquarters and in the field, partnership with the African section of the Alumni – Sciences-Po : Ecole des Affaires Internationales
  • IMEA (Institute of Medicine and Applied Epidemiology): presentation to the IMEA DISs, student management
  • RAF-VIH (African Network for HIV training): interventions within the framework of DIUs of Ouagadougou on HIV management in sub-Saharan Africa on testing, PMTCT, information system and pharmacies-
  • LASDEL (Laboratory of study and research on social dynamics and local development): socio-anthropological research conducted using surveys –
  • Pharmacy University of Chatenay-Malabry: teaching for the Humanitarian Pharmacy module –
  • Caen university : presentation for the Humanitarian Pharmacy Degree –
  • GERES (Study group on risk exposure of health workers) –
  • Miseli (research and training association on local dynamics' anthropology)-
  • EHESP (School of Public health): students internships –
  • AVIESAN Sud Francophone network for NTD (neglected tropical diseases) and coordinated tuberculosis action –
  • ONUSIDA/JURTA: Joint UN Regional Team on Aids for West and Central Africa. Solthis participates in meetings on questions concerning technical assistance, capacity building, etc France. –
  • Centre Humanitaire des Métiers de la Pharmacie ( Center of Humanitarian careers in




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