Program & Presentations

 

Tuesday 24th November 2015 (Amphitheater)

12:00-14:00

Registration

14:00-15:00

Academic opening session

Pr.EL Houssaine Louardi  (Minister of Health) 

Dr.Belghiti Alaoui (MH) 

Mina Abaacrouche (ENSP), Representative Ministry of Health, Vincent De Brouwere (ITM), Bruno Gryseels (ITM)

15.00-15.15

Screening of movie  “Mothers talking”

15:15-16:00

Wrap up Vancouver and Mexico conferences

Charlotte Warren (Population Council, Washington DC, USA)

Maternal & neonatal health beyond 2015: issues and challenges

Marge Berer (Coordinator, International Campaign for Women’s Right to Safe Abortion, UK)

16:00-16:30 

Coffee break 

16:30-18:30

Theme 1-Session 1: Respectful Childbirth:

Taking stock (Amphitheater) 

16:30-17:00

Keynote presentations:

Charlotte Warren (Population Council, USA)   

Sundari Ravindran (Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute for Medical Sciences and Technology, India)

Chairs:

Yassir Ait Benkadddour (University Cadi Ayyad, Marrakech, Morocco) & Fabienne Richard (ITM/GAMS, Belgium)

17:00-18:00

Presentations:

1-    Disrespectful maternal care in health facilities in four sub-Saharan African countries: recognized as a problem but not prioritized - E Duysburgh (Belgium)

2-    “After all, if I don’t tell, I will not be humiliated”: Misinformation as strategy against domination and humiliation in maternal care decision-making interactions - L Yevoo (The Netherlands)

3-    Experience of disrespect and abuse among women seeking reproductive health in four health centers in Dakar (Senegal) -B Mané (Senegal)

4-    Practices of women reacting to disrespect and abuse during childbirth: Results from a body of 10 years of qualitative data in Benin - JP Dossou (Benin)

5-    Santé de la reproduction : Quels connaissances et comportements chez l’homme marocain? - M Sebbani (Morocco)

18:00-18:30

Synthesis Morocco

Rachid Bezad  (University Med V Souissi, Rabat, Morocco)

18:30 

Closure day 1

19:00

Colloquium opening reception at ENSP

Wednesday 25th November 2015

08:00-09:00

Registration

09:00-11:30

Theme 1-Session 2: Respectful Childbirth:

Changing for the better (Amphitheater) 

09:00-09:30

Keynote presentations: 

Michel Boulvain (Geneva University Hospital, Switzerland),

Rima Jolivet (Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health, USA)

Chairs:

Khalid Lahlou  (Ministry of Health, Morocco) &  Thérèse Delvaux  (ITM, Belgium)  

9:30-10:30

Presentations :

1-    "I am never coming back to the hospital." On promoting understanding between Yanomami women and childbirth caretakers “ - J Gonçalves Martín (UK)

2-    Respectful and disrespectful midwifery care practice within an urban Tanzanian labor ward - K Shimoda (Japan) 

3-    Where is the baby in the respectful childbirth agenda?  A preliminary study on disrespectful care of newborns - E Sacks (USA)

4-    How to achieve women-centered  quality improvement in a maternity department? - G Esegbona (UK)

5-    Midwives empower midwives through twin2twin  - F Cadée (The Netherlands) & M Tibhiri (Morocco)

10:30-11:00

Coffee break

11:00-11:30

 

Synthesis Morocco

Aicha Kharbach  (University Med V, Rabat, Morocco) 

11:30-12:30

Parallel Sessions 

Poster Session Theme I  (Room 11) 

Session S1: M-health in MNH (Amphitheater) 

 

Moderators:

Bettina Utz (ITM) & Asmae Khattabi (ENSP)

Keynote presentation: 

Hani Farouk (EMRO, Egypt) 

Chairs:

Albrecht Jahn (University of Heidelberg, Germany)

&

Samia Chakri (Division of e-government, Ministry of ITIDE, Morocco)

1-    Assessment of informed consent process for caesarean section delivery in Mulago hospital, Uganda - B Mukasa (Uganda)

2-    Quelle est la place de la dimension humaine dans la qualité des services de santé maternelles? - S Derouiche (Tunisia)

3-    Promoting accountability for respectful birth through report card-  Experiences from two blocks of Dahod district, Gujarat, India - R Khanna (India)

4-    Supportive/facilitative supervision model to address disrespectful childbirth in low developing countries - L Wampande (Uganda)

5-    “She is my neighbour”: traditional birth attendants in poor urban areas of Cairo - R  Hammonds (Belgium)

6-    Décentralisation de l’accouchement humanisé dans les départements de l’Atlantique et du Littoral, Bénin - C Aguessy (Benin)

7-    Skilled birth attendants focus on ‘physical care’ vs the ‘special touch’ of traditional birth attendants (TBAs): perceived implications for respectful birthing of Malawi’s TBA ban - I Uny (UK)

8-    Respectful maternity care from the perspectives of users and providers in southern Tanzania - T Tancred (UK)

9-    Itinéraire psychique de la césarienne  de six primipares camerounaises - M Ndjé (Cameroon) 

Presentations:

1-    Les facteurs  de succès de l’implantation et de l’utilisation de la télésanté pour l’accès aux soins de santé maternelle en Afrique subsaharienne - M Ag Ahmed (Canada)

2-    Mobile for Mothers: Results from the baseline study of a quasi-experimental intervention in  Jharkhand, rural India - O Ilozumba (The Netherlands)

3-    Effect of home visits and mobile phone consultations on maternal and newborn care practices in Masindi and Kiryandongo, Uganda: a community-intervention trial - R Mangwi Ayiasi (Uganda)

 

12:30-14:00 

Lunch break 

14:00-17:30

Theme 2-Session 1: Maternal morbidity:

A global perspective (Amphitheater) 

14:00-14:30

Keynote presentations:

Veronique Filippi (LSHTM, UK)

Katerini Storeng (University of Oslo)

Chairs:

Mina Abaacrouche (ENSP, Morocco) & Bettina Utz (ITM, Belgium) 

14:30-16:00

Presentations:

1-    Maternal Morbidity Measurement Project: Definition, Matrix, Tool & Pilot - A Gherissi (Tunisia)

2-    Effects of maternal morbidity on women’s well-being and functioning: a systematic review - K Machiyama (UK)

3-    Abortion-related near miss morbidity in Zambia - O Owolabi (UK)

4-    Santé mentale maternelle : morbidité dépressive périnatale chez les mères adolescentes au Cameroun - J Djatché (Cameroon)

5-    Prevalence of postpartum depression among recently delivering mothers in Nablus district and its associated factors - A Shaheen  (Palestine)

6-    Applicability of the WHO Maternal Near Miss Approach in low and middle income countries -

T Firoz (Canada)

 

16:00-17:00

Parallel Sessions during coffee break

Poster session II A (Room 11) 

Poster session II B (Room 13) 

 

Moderator:

Thérèse Delvaux (ITM) 

Moderator:

Radouane Belouali (independent consultant) 

1-     Facteurs pronostiques de la mortalité maternelle chez les éclamptiques en réanimation, Maternité Lalla Meriem CHU Ibn Rochd, Casablanca, Maroc - K Zine (Morocco)

2-     L’avortement provoqué en Algérie, des victimes et un tabou - B Ouzriat (Algeria)

3-     Unregulated usage of labor-inducing medication in a region of Pakistan with poor drug regulatory control: characteristics and risk patterns - S Caluwaerts (Belgium)

4-     The Mothers’ status: two years after undergoing caesarean section in a rural emergency obstetrics care center in Burundi - W van den  Boogaard (Belgium)

5-     Maternal and perinatal outcomes of pregnant/postpartum women with eclampsia in a large referral hospital in Bo, Sierra Leone - S Caluwaerts (Belgium)

6-     Learning from the 1st obstetric fistula patients conference – how to improve the quality of care - G Esegbona (UK)

7-     Physical, emotional and economic burden of caregivers for women with obstetric fistula - A El Ayadi (USA)

8-     Maternal factors associated with breast milk quality indicators in Iquitos, Peru - L Mofid (Canada)

9-     Exploring postnatal maternal morbidity through home-visits: A prospective community-based study in a Palestinian rural village, West Bank - S Hassan (Palestine)

 

1-     What profile of neonatal mortality in the Wilaya of Oran, Algeria to the 2015 deadline? - N Heroual (Algeria)

2-     Bacteriological profile of neonatal infection in Mohammed VI Hospital, University of Marrakesh, Morocco - N El Idrissi (Morocco)

3-       Risk factors for congenital malformations: Prospective study at the Souissi Maternity Hospital, Rabat, Morocco - A Barkat (Morocco)

4-     Dépistage néonatal de l’hypothyroïdie congénitale - Implantation de la phase pilote au Maroc - L Acharai (Morocco)

5-     Community managed nutrition centers for improving maternal nutrition and reducing IUGR in an indigenous tribal population – Experience from the Fulwari Initiative in India - S Garg (India)

6-     Évaluation de la qualité de la consultation prénatale et postnatale : cas du dépistage et prise en charge de la pré-eclampsie / éclampsie - A Kharbach(Morocco)

7-     Prevalence of congenital heart disease in newborns of diabetic mothers and in macrosomic newborns in Morocco - N El Idrissi (Morocco)

8-     Vitamin D status in pregnant women and newborns : reports of 102 cases - A Barkat (Morocco)

9-  Les infections du post-partum à la Maternité du Centre Hospitalier Prince-Régent Charles (Bujumbura, Burundi) - JM Chapplain (France)

17:00- 17:30

Synthesis Morocco:

Yassir Ait Benkaddour (University Cadi Ayyad, Marrakech, Morocco) 

17:30

Closure day 2

Thursday 26th November 2015

09:00-11:00

Theme 2-Session 2: Maternal morbidity: 

Consequences on women’s and newborn health – life-course perspective (Amphitheater) 

09:00-09:30

Keynote presentations:

Julia Hussein (University of Aberdeen, UK)

Hannah Blencowe (LSHTM, UK)

Chairs:

Amina Barkat (University Med V, Rabat, Morocco) & Michel Boulvain (Geneva University Hospital, Switzerland) 

09:30-11:00

Presentations:

1-    Grossesse et accouchement chez la femme obèse - A Kharbach (Morocco)

2-    Impact of HIV on maternal morbidity, birth outcomes and infant health in Mozambique - R González (Spain)

3-    How do low birthweight neonates fare two years after discharge from a low technology neonatal care unit in a rural district hospital in Burundi - W van den Boogaard (Belgium)

4-    Conséquences des épisodes de near miss sur la santé des femmes au Maroc - B Assarag (Morocco)

5-    Rebuilding life after obstetric fistula – a look into the lives of women in rural Tanzania - J Irani  (Belgium)

11:00-11:30

Coffee break

11:30-15:00

Theme 2-Session 3: Maternal morbidity:

        Current strategies and novel  approaches     (Amphitheater)

11:30-12:00

Keynote presentations:

Özge Tunçalp (WHO, Geneva)

Albrecht Jahn (University of Heidelberg, Germany)

Chairs:

Ahmed Boudak (Ministry of Health, Morocco) &

Véronique Filippi (LSHTM, UK)

12:00-13:00

Presentations:

1-     Themes and trends in qualitative research on women’s experiences of maternal morbidities in low and lower-middle income countries - I Lange (UK)

2-     Community-based prevention and management of severe pre-eclampsia and eclampsia in a low-resource setting of Bangladesh -  J Ferdous (Bangladesh)

3-     Measurement of maternal postpartum fatigue in Peru using standardized scales - L Mofid  (Canada)

4-     Development and preliminary validation of the post-fistula repair reintegration tool 

among Ugandan women - A El Ayadi (USA)

13:00-13:30

Synthesis Morocco:

Mina Abaacrouche  (ENSP, Morocco) 

13:30-15:00

Lunch break

15:00-17:30

Theme 3: Maternal death surveillance systems (MDSS):

        Modalities of implementation     (Amphitheater)

15:00-15:30

Keynote presentations:

Luc de Bernis (ex-UNFPA, Geneva, Switzerland)

Charlemagne Ouédraogo (University of Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso)

Chairs:  

Chakib Nejjari (UMedVI, Casablanca, Morocco) & Vincent De Brouwere (ITM, Belgium) 

15:30-17:00

Presentations:

1-    Underreporting of maternal deaths in the current surveillance system in Morocco - S Abouchadi (Morocco) 

2-    Le système d’audit des décès maternels en Tunisie: performances et limites - M Chaouch (Tunisia)

3-    La surveillance des décès maternels au Cameroun : les défis de l’intégration dans la Surveillance Intégrée des Maladies et Riposte - M Kouo Ngamby (Cameroon)

4-    Contraintes et obstacles à l’intégration de la surveillance de la mortalité maternelle dans les structures de santé de la ville de Lubumbashi, RDC - A Ntambue (DRC)

5-    Building a cost-effective system of maternal death surveillance in resource-poor settings by involving communities and innovative implementation structures -  S Garg (India)

6-    Dead Women Talking -  An alternative approach to knowledge creation on maternal deaths in India - R Khanna (India)

17:00-17:30

Synthesis Morocco:

Katra-Ennada Darkaoui  (Independent Consultant, Morocco) 

17:30

Coffee break and closure day 3

20:30

Gala dinner at Ksar el Kabbaj 


Friday 27th November 2015

8:45-10:15

Parallel Sessions

Publish or perish:  tips for publishing

(Room 6)

Session S2:  Quality of care

(Amphitheater)  

 

Editors from various journals provide insights what is important for publishing

Marge Berer (Founding Editor of RHM)

Julia Hussein (Editorial Board BJOG)

Özge Tunçalp (WHO ):  Quality of care for pregnant women and newborns: the WHO vision  

Vincent Fauveau (Women and Health Alliance International): QUIP care: indicator and tool for ensuring better quality of intra-partum care

Haile Gebreselassie (IPAS): Quality post-abortion care

10:15-10.30

Coffee break

10:30-13:00

Maternal health beyond 2015 (Amphitheater) 

10:30-12:00

Maternal Health beyond 2015: where do we go from here?

Forum Discussion

Plenary session with all keynote speakers

Invited guest: Mulu Muleta (Women & Health Alliance International, Ethiopia)

Synthesis:

Haifa Madi (EMRO)  & Vincent De Brouwere (ITM) 

12:00-13:00

Official Closing of 57th Colloquium

Dr.Belghiti Alaoui (MH) 

Mina Abaacrouche (ENSP), Representative Ministry of Health, Vincent De Brouwere (ITM), Bruno Gryseels (ITM)       

 


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