November 30, 2016

ISSHP 2016 presentations and posters

At ISSHP 2016, Ending Eclampsia researchers shared their findings on PE/E-related quality of care, community perceptions of PE/E-related symptoms, challenges in providing quality health services, and more! See the materials below for more information.

Oral presentations: 

Gloria Adoyi, Project Coordinator 

“A Comparative Study of Knowledge, Attitudes and Perceptions of Women and Men Around Pre-Eclampsia and Eclampsia in Nigeria”

“Persisting Challenges in the Provision of Quality Obstetric Care to Women with Pre-Eclampsia and Eclampsia in Nigeria: Assessment of Health Providers’ Preparedness and Facility Readiness”

Salisu Ishaku, Senior Program Officer 

“Improving Care for Women with Pre-Eclampsia/Eclampsia (PE/E) in Nigeria: Focus Should Go Beyond Providers’ Certifications” 

Charlotte Warren, Project Director

“Silent Suffering: Challenges Surrounding Pre-Eclampsia and Eclampsia in Low-Income Countries”

Poster presentations:

Salisu Ishaku

“Knowledge and Practices for the Prevention of Pre-eclampsia among Frontline Health Care Providers in Bangladesh and Nigeria: A Call for Action”

Kanij Sultana

“Community Perceptions of Hypertensive Disorders of Pregnancy, Health-seeking Behaviors and Pathways to Seeking Care in Bangladesh”

Rahat Ara Nur

“Hypertensive disorders during pregnancy: Are we giving enough attention?”