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AUTHOR TITLE COUNTRY MODE OF PRESENTATION
1 GD MACLEAN USING EDUCATIONAL GAMES FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN MIDWIFERY- TACKLING THE PARTOGRAPH ALL ORAL
2 MUSWALA MUSONDA EXPLORING THE INFLUENCE OF RESEARCH METHODS TRAINING ON MIDWIFERY PRACTICE IN SIX AFRICAN COUNTRIES ZAMBIA ORAL
3 KUSHUPIKA DUBE A PHENOMENOLOGICAL STUDY EXPLORING RESEARCH MIDWIVES’ EXPERIENCES, PERCEPTIONS AND CHALLENGES IN RELATION TO PARTICIPANT OBSERVATION ZIMBABWE ORAL
4 BHARATI SHARMA DO THE PRE-SERVICES EDUCATION PROGRAMMES FOR MIDWIVES IN INDIA PREPARE CONFIDENT SKILLED BIRTH ATTENDANTS? A SURVEY FROM ONE OF DISTRICT IN INDIA. INDIA ORAL
5 CHOWA TEMBO THE KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCES OF NURSES, MIDWIVES AND DOCTORS REGARDING OBSTETRIC EMERGENCIES: A MIXED METHODS STUDY ZAMBIA ORAL
6 HILMA SHIKWAMBI THE USE OF ROBESON’S CLASSIFICATION TO DESCRIBE NON-ELECTIVE CAESAREAN SECTION IN KHOMAS REGION, NAMIBIA: IMPLICATIONS FOR MIDWIFERY PRACTICE. SOUTH AFRICA ORAL
7 BENSON GREEN MWANSASU MIDWIVES KNOWLEDGE ON FACTORS   CONTRIBUTING TO NEONATAL ASYPHYXIA IN MBEYA CONSULTANT HOSPITAL TANZANIA. TANZANIA ORAL
8 ANN NENDELA THE IMPACT OF FREE   MATERNITY CARE AT THE KENYATTA NATIONAL HOSPITAL, NAIROBI, KENYA KENYA ORAL
9 PEGGY DUBE AN EXPLORATION OF MIDWIVES’ KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDES AND PRACTICES IN RELATION TO PERIPARTUM SEPSIS PREVENTION ZIMBABWE ORAL
10 LUCY M. IKAMBA QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROCESS: A STRATEGY FOR IMPROVING THE VALUE OF HEALTH CARE SERVICES IN TANZANIA TANZANIA ORAL
11 GRACE DANDA AN OBSERVATIONAL STUDY OF MIDWIVES’ PRACTICES IN RELATION TO PREVENTION OF PERIPARTUM SEPSIS IN ZIMBABWE. ZIMBABWE ORAL
12 MARGARET MANNAH FACTORS AFFECTING UTILIZATION OF SKILLED DELIVERY SERVICE IN KENYA: A QUALITATIVE STUDY KENYA ORAL
13 MARGARET NJOROGE ROLE OF THE MIDWIFE IN THE MANAGEMENT OF POSTPARTUM HAEMORRHAGE IN PUMWANI, MBAGATHI AND MAMA LUCY KIBAKI HOSPITALS IN NAIROBI COUNTY, KENYA KENYA ORAL
14 BELINDA GOMBACHIKA REPRODUCTIVE DECISIONS MADE BY CONCORDANT COUPLES LIVING WITH HIV FROM RURAL SOUTHERN MALAWI: A LESSON FOR MIDWIVES. MALAWI ORAL
15 EUNICE PALLANGYO KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDES AND SKILLS ON POSTPARTUM CARE AMONG HEALTH WORKERS IN DAR ES SALAAM, TANZANIA TANZANIA ORAL
16 DENNIS WAITHAKA THE OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES OBSERVED IN PMTCT PROGRAM, NAIROBI, KENYA KENYA ORAL
17 ROBERT CHASWEKA ISN’T PREGNANCY SUPPOSED TO BE A JOYFUL TIME THE TYPES OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE WOMEN EXPERIENCE DURING PREGNANCY IN MALAWI MALAWI ORAL
18 ISAAC MACHUKI OGONCHO DETERMINANTS OF QUALITY OF LIFE AMONG GYNAECOLOGICAL CANCER PATIENTS ON FOLLOW UP AT A REFERRAL HOSPITAL IN KENYA KENYA ORAL
19 LUCIA COLLEN FACTORS WHICH INFLUENCE SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTHCARE SEEKING BEHAVIOUR AMONG YOUNG PEOPLE MALAWI ORAL
20 KIROP, K. ELIJAH QUALITY OF LIFE AMONG CERVICAL CANCER SURVIVORS AT THE MOI TEACHING & REFERRAL HOSPITAL: PATIENTS’ PERSPECTIVES AND EXPERIENCES, A PROSPECTIVE STUDY. KENYA ORAL
21 JERUSA OMARI PERSPECTIVES ON OBSTETRIC FISTULA KNOWLEDGE, PREVENTION AND CARE AMONG WOMEN SEEKING HEALTH SERVICES: A CASE OF KISII AND NYAMIRA COUNTIES IN KENYA KENYA ORAL
22 WESTON KHISA LIVED EXPERIENCES IN WOMEN LIVING WITH FISTULA: A PHENOMENOLOGY STUDY, KENYA KENYA ORAL
23 YANA RICHENS FEAR OF BIRTH – RESULTS FROM A NARRATIVE REVIEW UK ORAL
24 MARGARET MAIMBOLWA PERCEPTIONS AND EXPERIENCES WITH SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS, HIV AND ACCEPTABILITY OF VAGINAL MICROBICIDE AMONG WOMEN: INSIGHTS FROM KAFUE AND MUMBWA IN ZAMBIA ZAMBIA ORAL
25 ROSE LAISSER SCREENING FOR GENDER BASED VIOLENCE: A PILOT INTERVENTION IN A DISTRICT HOSPITAL TANZANIA TANZANIA ORAL
26 ANGELA CHIMWAZA DOES THE HIV AND AIDS EPIDEMIC INFLUENCING THE SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE BEHAVIOURS OF FEMALE YOUTHS IN BALAKA, MALAWI? MALAWI ORAL
27 WINNIE WAMBUI WHAT FAMILY PLANNING PRACTICES EXIST AMONG COLLEGE STUDENTS IN KENYA? A PROSPECTIVE STUDY, KENYA KENYA ORAL
28 ESNETH KAPITO PERCIEVED ABILITY TO CONTRACEPTIVE USE AMONG TERTIARY SCHOOL ADOLESCENTS IN BLANTYRE, MALAWI. MALAWI ORAL
29 HLALAPI KUNKEYANI NEONATAL INFECTION PREVENTION AT URBAN GOVERNMENT HEALTH FACILITIES IN LILONGWE, MALAWI MALAWI ORAL
30 MELANIE HAMI DO MALE PARTNERS NEED TO BE PREPARED FOR THEIR INVOLVEMENT DURING LABOUR AND DELIVERY. MALAWI ORAL
31 LINDA MCGOWAN ENGAGING PARTNERS IN CHILD BIRTH FOR PREVENTION OF MOTHER TO CHILD TRANSMISSION OF HIV (EPOCHSTUDY): AN EVIDENCE SYNTHESIS. UK ORAL
32 SAMUEL KIMANI THE MORBIDITY BURDEN OF CARDIOMETABOLIC DISEASE IN WOMEN AMONG COMMUNITY DWELLING KENYANS: POLICY OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES KENYA ORAL
33 URSULA KAFULAFULA SUPPORT OFFERED TO PREGNANT AND BREASTFEEDING WOMEN ON OPTION B+ IN ZOMBA: A MIXED METHODS STUDY MALAWI ORAL
34 ZIIDAH NAMWAYA CURRENT PRACTICE OF MIDWIVES AND THEIR PERCEPTION OF CARE OFFERED DURING LABOUR AND DELIVERY AT MULAGO HOSPITAL UGANDA UGANDA ORAL
35 ROSEMARY MIDIEVA KIVAI LABOUR OUTCOMES AMONG WOMEN PRESENTING IN ACTIVE LABOUR WITH COMPLICATIONS AT PUMWANI MATERNITY HOSPITAL KENYA ORAL
36 ELIZABETH AYEBARE FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH PRETERM BIRTHS IN MULAGO HOSPITAL UGANDA ORAL
37 SR. PETRONELLA MUENI TO DETERMINE THE NURSE MIDWIVE’S KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS ON THE UTILIZATION OF A PARTOGRAPH IN MBAGATHI COUNTY HOSPITAL KENYA ORAL
38 MS VISTOLINA NUUYOMA AN EXPLORATION OF PERCEPTIONS REGARDING THE FEASIBILITY OF IMPLEMENTATION OF KANGAROO MOTHER CARE IN THE MATERNITY WARD OF TSUMEB DISTRICT HOSPITAL, NAMIBIA NAMIBIA ORAL
39 BARABARA ZILENI KNOWLEDGE AND USE OF BIRTHING POSITIONS AMONG WOMEN AT NEW BWAILA MATERNITY UNIT IN LILONGWE, MALAWI MALAWI ORAL
40 PHILIP OKOTH MOTHER’S PERSPECTIVES ON THE QUALITY OF MATERNITY CARE IN NAIROBI COUNTY. KENYA ORAL
41 UKENDE SHALLA ASSESSMENT OF SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE FOR FOCUSED ANTENATAL CARE (FANC) IN PRE-SERVICE MIDWIFERY AND NURSING EDUCATION IN TANZANIA TANZANIA ORAL
42 LUCY KULULANGA EXPERIENCES OF HIV INFECTED PREGNANT AND BREASTFEEDING WOMEN INITIATED ON OPTION B+ IN ZOMBA, MALAWI MALAWI ORAL
43 MARY MAN’GERA BARRIERS TO UTILIZATION OF BASIC EMERGENCY OBSTETRIC CASE: A STUDY OF     NYAMIRA COUNTY, KENYA KENYA ORAL
44 MILLICENT WAMBUI MAINA DETERMINANTS OF BIRTH ASPHYXIA AT THE KISII TEACHING AND REFERRAL HOSPITAL (KTRH), KISII COUNTY, KENYA KENYA ORAL
45 WANDA HANKOMBO MULUNDA NURSES, MIDWIVES AND DOCTORS’ EXPERIENCES ON NEONATAL EMERGENCIES IN ZAMBIA: A GROUNDED THEORY STUDY ZAMBIA ORAL
46 MARGARETH KIMWERI FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH DELAY IN RECEIVING CARE FOR LOBOURING WOMEN WITH COMPLICATIONS FROM THE COMMUNITY TO HEALTH CARE FACILITY IN THREE REGIONS OF TANZANIA TANZANIA ORAL
47 EDITH GICHEHA DETERMINANTS OF OBSTETRIC EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS AMONG MOTHERS ATTENDING MATERNITY SERVICES AT KENYATTA NATIONAL HOSPITAL, NAIROBI COUNTY. KENYA ORAL
48 MARIA CHIKALIPO MONITORING OF MAGNESIUM SULPHATE: A CASE STUDY OF QUEEN ELIZABETH CENTRAL HOSPITAL, HIGH DEPENDENCY UNIT:     BLANTYRE, MALAWI MALAWI ORAL
49 JULIA NYIRONGO LABOUR AND DELIVERY MALAWI/UGANDA? ORAL
50 NDERI TERESA UPTAKE OF PMTCT AND MALE INVOLVEMENT; A DESCRIPTIVE STUDY; KAREN HEALTH CENTRE KENYA ORAL
51 FEKADU MAZENGIA ALEMU ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY (ART) AND PREGNANCY OUTCOMES: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW ETHIOPIA ORAL
52 SHEILA CLOW DEVELOPING AND TESTING AN AUDIT INSTRUMENT FOR PARTOGRAPH EVALUATION SOUTH AFRICA ORAL
53 UNICE GOSHOMI A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE OF THE PREPARATION FOR PRACTICE OF MIDWIVES TO THE LEVEL DEFINED BY ICM CORE COMPETENCES ZIMBABWE POSTER
54 ISABEL MAHUKU ZIMBABWE POSTER
55 DENNIS K. KASHAIJA ATTITUDE OF PERINATAL WOMEN TOWARDS MALE MIDWIVES “A STUDY DONE AT AMANA HOSPITAL – DAR ES SALAAM TANZANIA TANZANIA POSTER
56 ANDY EMMANUEL BREASTFEEDING INTENTIONS OF PREGNANT WOMEN IN PLATEAU STATE, NIGERIA SOUTH AFRICA POSTER
57 ANDERSSON I-M CARING FOR WOMEN UNDERGOING SECOND-TRIMESTER
MEDICAL TERMINATION OF PREGNANCY
SWEDEN POSTER
58 EDOLY SHIRLEY LENGU COMPLIANCE OF STATE REGISTERED NURSE MIDWIVES TO STANDARDS DURING PRACTICE IN TERTIARY FACILITIES IN MALAWI MALAWI POSTER
59 LUCY MABADA DETECTION OF DANGER SIGNS IN THE PREVENTION OF MATERNAL DEATHS DUE TO ECLAMPSIA TANZANIA POSTER
60 ANGELA CHIMWAZA DOCUMENTATION ON THE MODIFIED WHO PARTOGRAPH AT BWAILA HOSPITAL IN THE CENTRAL REGION AND QUEEN ELIZABETH CENTRAL HOSPITAL IN THE SOUTHERN REGION OF MALAWI MALAWI POSTER
61 ANDY EMMANUEL DOES MATERNAL EMPLOYMENT AFFECT BREASTFEEDING IN PLATEAU STATE, NIGERIA SOUTH AFRICA POSTER
62 TIWONGE MBEYA EFFECTIVENESS OF USING TRAINED PEER SUPPORTERS COMPARED WITH NOT USING PEER SUPPORT TO PROMOTE EXCLUSIVE BREASTFEEDING IN BREASTFEEDING MOTHERS MALAWI POSTER
63 EZERETH KABULUZI EXPERIENCES OF MEN WHO SUPPORT THEIR PARTNERS DURING CHILDBIRTH IN LOW RESOURCE SETTINGS: A META-SYNTHESIS MALAWI POSTER
64 JANET BOTHA FACTORS AFFECTING ADOLESCENTS’ ACCESS TO FAMILY PLANNING AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH SERVICES IN LILONGWE, MALAWI MALAWI POSTER
65 LUCIANA LEYIELE FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH TEENAGE PREGNANCY, A PROSPECTIVE STUDY, MARALAL COUNTY HOSPITAL, SAMBURU COUNTY KENYA POSTER
66 SCHOLASTICA CHIBEHE FOCUSED ANTENATAL CARE SERVICES IMPROVES MATERNAL AND NEW BORN OUTCOMES IN TANZANIA TANZANIA POSTER
67 ODERA TERESA HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS’ ATTITUDES REGARDING ABORTION, POST ABORTION CARE AND CONTRACEPTIVES – AN EXPLORATORY STUDY IN WESTERN KENYA KENYA POSTER
68 LUCY CHALE EMANUEL KABAKAMA HEALTH WORKSERS:KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE AND PRACTICE ON EXCLUSIVE BREAST FEEDING IN ILEMELA NAD NYAMAGANA DISTRICTS – MWANZA – TANZANIA TANZANIA POSTER
69 SEBEAN MAYIMBO HIV AND AIDs RISK AWARENESS AND SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR AMONG YOUNG WOMEN:OBSERVATIONS FROM AN URBAN ZAMBIAN COMMUNITY ZAMBIA POSTER
70 RUQAYYA MANGGA IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF PRE-SERVICE EDUCATION OF SKILLED BIRTH ATTENDANTS IN NIGERIA NIGERIA POSTER
71 BRENDA NAMBALA SIANCHAPA KNOWLEDGE AND PERCEPTION OF WOMEN TOWARDS DANGER SIGNS IN PREGNANCY IN CHOMA RURAL DISTRICT. ZAMBIA POSTER
72 SHIDAH KANYIKA KNOWLEDGE OF ADOLESCENT GIRLS ON THE COMPLICATIONS OF EARLY PREGNANCY AND CHILDBEARING MALAWI POSTER
73 CRECIOUS MUTINTA MULEYA NURSING AND MIDWIFERY STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION AND EXPERIENCES OF MENTORSHIP: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW. ZAMBIA POSTER
74 MARIA CHIKALIPO PREGNANT ADOLESCENTS’ PERCEPTION ON THE ANTENATAL CARE RECEIVED AT NDIRANDE HEALTH     CENTER CITY CLINIC IN BLANTYRE, MALAWI MALAWI POSTER
75 GRACE KAZEMBE QUALITY OF PRE AND POST HUMAN IMMUNE-DEFICIENCY VIRUS TEST COUNSELLING PROVIDED TO ANTENATAL WOMEN AT INITIAL VISIT TO ANTENATAL CLINIC AT NDIRANDE AND LIMBE HEALTH CENTRES BLANTYRE- MALAWI. MALAWI POSTER
76 GAUDIOSA TIBAIJUKA STANDARDS-BASED MANAGEMENT AND RECOGNITION APPROACH: A TOOL FOR MATERNAL NEW-BORN HEALTH FRONTLINE WORKERS TO IMPROVE QUALITY OF SERVICES, TANZANIA EXPERIENCE TANZANIA POSTER
77 SERAH ZAWADI THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN UTERINE MASSAGE AND ANTEPARTUM HAEMORRHAGE, A CASE STUDY OF KILIFI COUNTY HOSPITAL, KILIFI KENYA POSTER
78 RAHELI MISIKO MUKHWANA THE IMPACT OF FOCUSED ANTENATAL CARE ON MATERNAL HEALTH SERVICES AT THE KENYATTA NATIONAL HOSPITAL, NAIROBI, KENYA KENYA POSTER
79 BEAUTY JOHNLEDGE DUBE THE MODIFIED WHO PARTOGRAPH: ASSESSMENT OF KNOWLEDGE ATTITUDES AND UTILIZATION AMONG MIDWIVES IN MATABELELAND SOUTH ZIMBABWE POSTER
80 SARAH NAKUBULWA MUWANGUZI TRANSFER OF TRAINING FOR MIDWIVES AND NURSES IN UGANDA :A CASE STUDY OF MULAGO HOSPITAL UGANDA POSTER
81 CHOOLWE JACOBS UTILISATION OF MATERNAL AND NEONATAL HEALTH SERVICES IN THE POOREST RURAL POPULATIONS OF ZAMBIA ZAMBIA POSTER
82 MUIRURI F. UTILIZATION OF ACTIVE MANAGEMENT OF THIRD STAGE OF LABOUR (AMTSL) AMONG BIRTH ATTENDANTS IN KIAMBU COUNTY,KENYA KENYA POSTER
83 MELANIE AWINO ABONGO WHERE DO ADOLESCENT GIRLS SEEK ABORTION SERVICES AND WHY? A DESCRIPTIVE STUDY, NAIROBI COUNTY, KENYA. KENYA POSTER
84 JESSIE SALAMBA CHIRWA YOUTH’S PERSPECTIVE ON PREVENTION STRATEGIES OF REDUCING TEENAGE PREGNANCIES IN MANGOCHI DISTRICT MALAWI POSTER
85 MARY GORRET MUSOKE, IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF MATERNAL AND NEWBORN HEALTH CARE SERVICES THROUGH JOINT PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS TO ACCELERATE IMPLEMENTATION OF ESSENTIAL INTERVENTIONS IN SELECTED FACILITIES IN UGANDA UGANDA POSTER
86 MUZEMBE CONSTANCE AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE KNOWLEDGE ATTITUDE AND PRACTICES OF MIDWIVES ON THE USE OF PARTOGRAPH ZIMBABWE POSTER

 

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