CHAIN NETWORK

The Childhood Acute Illness & Nutrition Network

The CHAIN Network aims to optimize care for vulnerable children in low-resource settings to improve survival, growth and development.

The Childhood Acute Illness and Nutrition Network (CHAIN Network) is a global research network focused on optimizing the management and care of highly vulnerable children in resource-limited settings to improve survival, growth and development.

The CHAIN Network aims to identify the biological mechanisms and the socio-economic factors that determine a child’s risk of mortality in the six months following presentation to medical care with an acute illness.

 

CHAIN is a global research network focused on optimizing the management and care of highly vulnerable children in resource-limited settings to improve survival, growth and development.

CHAIN Network Sites Are Across The World

Clinical Sites

Partner Sites

Coordination Sites

 

The CHAIN Network aims to identify the biological mechanisms and the socio-economic factors that determine a child’s risk of mortality.

Recent Research

Chronic disease outcomes after severe acute malnutrition in Malawian children (ChroSAM): a cohort study

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AUTHORS: Natasha Lelijveld, Andrew Seal, Prof Jonathan C Wells, Jane Kirkby, Charles Opondo, Emmanuel Chimwezi, James Bunn, Robert Bandsma, Prof Robert S Heyderman, Prof Moffat J Nyirenda, Marko Kerac BACKGROUND: Tackling...

Factors Associated with Klebsiella Bacteremia and Its Outcome in Under-Five Children Admitted with Diarrhea

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AUTHORS: Akhter S, Ahmed T, Sarker SA, Sarmin M, Shahid AS, Shahunja KM, Islam SB, Shahrin L, Alam T, Alam NH, Chisti MJ Although Klebsiella bacteremia in children is perceived...
 

The CHAIN Network is comprised of diverse teams of clinicians and scientists from institutions across the globe.

The CHAIN Network is funded by the
All Partners
 

The CHAIN Network is comprised of diverse teams of clinicians and scientists from institutions across the globe.