Research & Policy
At the heart of our approach to solving national and international challenges in child health is an unwavering commitment to evidence-based knowledge and data-based analysis.
In partnership with the Cambodian Ministry of Health, AHC generates, reviews and shares a vast amount of this information in order to strengthen Cambodia’s healthcare system, improve health outcomes across the country, and influence global child health policy.
We apply these learnings through policy recommendations and internationally published research.
We frequently publish research papers and findings in international journals and academic papers to ensure the widest possible reach in information sharing. Read our recent publications in premier, peer-reviewed journals.
Since our founding, we’ve published more than 100 research papers in publications internationally.
Over the past year, AHC has contributed to almost a dozen publications in international, peer-reviewed journals:
Genomic surveillance for hypervirulence and multi-drug resistance in invasive Klebsiella pneumoniae from South and Southeast Asia.
C-reactive protein as a potential biomarker for disease progression in dengue: a multi-country observational study.
Analysis of variants in GATA4 and FOG2/ZFPM2 demonstrates benign contribution to 46 XY disorders of sex development.
Molecular Genetics & Genomic Medicine
Cambodian Developmental Milestone Assessment Tool (cDMAT): Performance reference charts and reliability check of a tool to assess early childhood development in Cambodian children.
Early Human Development
Transmission dynamics and control of multidrug-resistant Klebsiella pneumoniae in neonates in a developing country.
Towards understanding global patterns of antimicrobial use and resistance in neonatal sepsis: insights from the NeoAMR network.
BMJ Journals Archives of Disease in Childhood