Day Three Breakout Session Abstract

0900-1030 || Breakout Session 16 || Room : Carnival
Session Title: Reproductive Health and Family Planning: Provider Training and Counseling Panel One
Session Theme: Reproductive Health and Family Planning

1. Improving Access to Family Planning Services in Poor Urban Settings: The Role of Private Non-Clinical Providers – Adetoke Akinbami, Nigeria. Click here to download……..

2. A Systematic Analysis of DHS Data Provides Level Trends and Socioeconomic As Well As Demographic Determinants of Caesarean Section Delivery in India And Its Most Backward States – Ajay Gupta, International Institute for Population Sciences, India. Click here to download……..

3. Qualitative Examination of Antenatal and Delivery Care In Urban Slums, Bangladesh – Lauren Blum, Measure Evaluation, United States. Click here to download……..

4. Disrespect and Abuse of Women at Childbirth as a Barrier to the Utilization of Skilled Delivery Services in Nigeria: A Systematic Review of the Literature – Foluso Ishola, Japanese International Cooperation Agency, Nigeria. Click here to download……..

5. Impact Assessment of Family Planning Advice on Unmet Need and Contraceptive Use Among Currently Married Women In Uttar Pradesh, India – Diwakar Yadav, Population Services International, India. Click here to download……..

0900-1030 || Breakout Session 17 || Room : Windy Town
Session Title: Reproductive Health And Family Planning: Provider Training And Counseling Panel Two
Session Theme: Reproductive Health and Family Planning

1. Cognitive Correlates and Contraceptives Discontinuation In Benue State, Nigeria – Ali Arazeem Abdullahi, University of Ilorin, Nigeria- Socio. Click here to download……..

2. Epidemiology of Caesarean Section Operation Cases: A Multi-Centered Hospital Based Cross-Sectional Study In A Suburb Area Within The Proximity of Dhaka Metropolitan City, Bangladesh – Shamsun Nahar, BRAC, Bangladesh. Click here to download……..

3. Determinants of Infertility and Treatment-Seeking Behaviour in India – Ramesh Chellan, UNICEF-PHDMA, India. Click here to download……..

4. Partograph Use Among Midwives in The Gambia – Burama Badjie, Ministry of Health & Social Welfare, Gambia. Click here to download……..

5. Uptake of Immediate Postpartum Contraceptive Implant in Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital Eldoret, Kenya – Richard Mogeni Moi, Teaching and Referral Hospital, Kenya . Click here to download……..

0900-1030 || Breakout Session 18 || Room : Executive Lounge
Session Title: Public-Private Partnerships for Universal Health Coverage
Session Theme: Urban Health Care and Public Health Service Provision

1. Engaging private sector providers around universal health coverage in urban areas: a qualitative study in three cities in Bangladesh – Alayne Adams, ICDDR,B, Bangladesh. Click here to download……..

2. Increasing Utilization of Health Facilities for Maternity Services in Urban Informal Settlements through Strengthened Public-Private Partnership – Pauline Bakibinga, African Population and Health Research Center, Kenya. Click here to download……..

3. Increasing Essential Newborn Care Services through the Smiling Sun Network of Community Service Providers – Israt Nayer, NGO Health Service Delivery Project, Bangladesh. Click here to download……..

4. Private Sector Distribution of Family Planning: The Role of Drug Shops in Urban Kenya and Nigeria- John Otsola, IntraHealth/MLE, Kenya. Click here to download……..

5. Increase in Family Planning (FP) Services through Private Sector Partnership in Urban Areas – Rajni Wadhwa, FHI360-Urban Health Initiative, India. Click here to download……..

0900-1030 || Breakout Session 19 || Room : Celebrity
Session Title: Metrics for Programme Monitoring & Evaluation
Session Theme: Measuring and Mapping

1. Rocco Panciera, ICDDR,B, Bangladesh-The impact of travel time on Emergency Obstetric Care access among the urban poor: A GIS study in Bangladesh. Click here to download……..

2. Mohammad Golam Kibria, Management Sciences for Health (MSH) Bangladesh- Use of a Web-enabled Logistics Information System that Visualizes Data from Reproductive Health Service Delivery Points in Bangladesh: Initial Experience and Opportunities for Improved Decision-Making. Click here to download……..

3. Ruman M Zakaria Salam, ICDDR,B, Bangladesh- Inefficiency of healthcare referral patterns in Bangladesh urban areas: a GIS study. Click here to download……..

4. Anuja Jayaraman, Society for Nutrition, Education & Health Action (SNEHA), India- Use of Mobile Technology for Improving Screening Accuracy of Acute Malnutrition in a Community-based Management of Acute Malnutrition Program in Mumbai informal settlements. Click here to download……..

5. Brian Chin, Asian Development Bank, Philippines- Measuring the Impact of the Second Urban Primary Health Care Project in Bangladesh. Click here to download……..

1330-1500 || Breakout Session 20 || Room : Windy Town
Session Title: Child and Adolescent Health Risks and Susceptibility
Session Theme: Social and Economic Determinants of Urban Health Disparities

1. Migrant adolescent girls in urban slums of India – Shabnam Verma, Urban Health Resource Centre, India. Click here to download……..

2. Individual factors, relation factors and service use related with resilience among youth 13 to 19 years old in urban area of Medellin, 2012 – Alexandra Restrepo, University of Antioquia, Colombia. Click here to download……..

3. Peer pressure and family smoking habits influence smoking uptake in male adolescents attending public and private schools in Karachi, Pakistan: multilevel modeling of survey data – Shafquat Rozi, Aga Khan University, Pakistan. Click here to download……..

4. Impact of environmental determinants on obesity among urban poor children in a megacity of Pakistan – Hina Aziz, Dow University of Health Sciences, Pakistan. Click here to download……..

5. Reviewing programs and interventions addressing sexual and reproductive health of adolescent girls and young women in urban Bangladesh – Sigma Ainul, Population Council, Bangladesh. Click here to download……..

1330-1500 || Breakout Session 21 || Room : Harmony
Session Title: Reproductive Health and Family Planning: Addressing Needs and Improving Responsiveness in Health Services
Session Theme: Reproductive Health and Family Planning

1.Institutional Strengthening of Maternity Centers for Improved Cervical Cancer Response in Nigeria Slums – Taiwo Adesoba, Youth Society on Cancer, Nigeria. Click here to download……..

2. Women In the Slums Have Performed Well In Reproductive Health But Unmet Needs Remain: Findings From the 2013 Urban Health Survey in Bangladesh – Mizanur Rahman, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Bangladesh. Click here to download……..

3. Influence of Community Health Workers on Health Behavior of Urban Poor- Kanta Jamil, USAID, Bangladesh. Click here to download……..

4. Setting-up A Call Center for Addressing The Need of Women Using Pills for Menstrual Regulation Via Pharmacies: A Harm Reduction Approach – Sadid Nuremowla, Marie Stopes Bangladesh. Click here to download……..

5. Global Trends and Patterns in Internal Migration and Family Planning, Maternal and Neonatal Health – Nadia Diamond-Smith, University of California, San Francisco, United States. Click here to download……..