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From Research to Practice

Training in Reproductive Health Research Geneva 2007

  26 February – 28 March  2007

organised by

the Geneva Foundation for Medical Education and Research,
the International Association for Maternal and Neonatal Health (IAMANEH)
the San Raffaele del Monte Tabor Foundation
and
the UNDP/UNFPA/WHO/World Bank Special Programme for Research, Development and Research Training in Human Reproduction, Department of Reproductive Health and Research; Family and Community Health Cluster (WHO/RHR)
in collaboration with
the Department of Health of the Canton of Geneva
the Faculty of Medicine, Geneva University
and
the Geneva Medical Association

LECTURE PLAN

Common course: Research methodology

The opening ceremony on 26 February will be held in Salle D
Lectures will be held in Salle D/WHO (27 February - 16 March)

 Date AM Topic Speaker PM Topic Speaker
February 26 09:00 Organisational matters Organisers; venue: GFMER 14:00 Opening ceremony P v Look
M GülmezogluA Campana
P-F Unger
W Pasini
V Fauveau
F BaumannB Bourrit
C-H Rochat
R Botti
R Kulier
A Martin- Hilber
ca. 15.30 Welcome cocktail WHO/ Restaurant
February 27 09:00 Introduction to the course Team 15.00 Visit of the CMU library/computer roomsInternet and Medline A Campana
10.00 e-learning R Kulier
February 28 09:00 Epidemiologic studies M Merialdi 14:00 Visit of the WHO library T Allen
10:00 Cohort studies H Wolff
11:00 Case-control studies H Wolff 15.00 e-learning Participants
March 01 09:00 Household surveys M Ali 14:00 Introduction to Excel, Word and Powerpoint S Koppenhoefer
10:30 Randomized clinical trials M Merialdi
March 02 09:00 Research synthesis M Gülmezoglu 14:00 Implementing evidence-based practices in reproductive health M Gülmezoglu
10:30 The Cochrane Collaboration M Gülmezoglu
11.30 The WHO Reproductive Health Library M Gülmezoglu 15.00 e-learning Participants
March 05 09:00 Strategies for data analysis: randomized controlled trials G Piaggio 14:00 Systematic reviews of observational data A Betrán
10:30 Screening M Merialdi 15.00 e-learning Participants
March 06 09:00 Registration of clinical trials D Ghersi 14.00 Systematic searching of the literature T Allen
10:00 Critical appraisal D Ghersi 15.00 e-learning Participants
March 07 09:00 Postgraduate learning and teaching in EBM R Kulier 14:00 Basic concepts in genetic epidemiology M Merialdi
10:00 WHO, guidelines and evidence S Hill 15.00 Human Rights related to sexual and reproductive health E Kismodi
March 08 09:00 Strategies for data analysis: case-control studies G Piaggio 14:00 Qualitative research study design (slide presentation) R Thomson
10:30 Methodological issues in the measurement of maternal mortality and morbidity A Betrán
March 09 09:00 From contraception to reproductive health G Benagiano 14:00 Ethical issues in research - informed consent E Vayena

Course:  Common topics in Reproductive Health/Sexual Health

Salle D/ WHO

Course:  Reproductive Health

Room X10/WHO

 Date AM Topic Speaker PM Topic Speaker
March 19 09:00 Prevention and treatment of postpartum haemorrhage M Gülmezoglu 14.00 WHO’s Evidence-Based Guidelines for Family Planning M Gaffield
10:00 Risks and benefits associated with caesarean delivery M Gülmezoglu
11.00 Why family planning? N Ortayli
March 20 09:00 Clinical update in intrauterine contraception N Kapp 14:00 Viral hepatitis in reproductive health
Introducing hepatitis B vaccine into national immunization programmes
HBV and HCV treatment
Hepatitis and pregnancy
Viral hepatitis studies in Vietnam - FValse
J Bengoa,
PJ Malè
10:00 Male contraception K Vogelsong
11:00 Future methods of fertility regulation C d'Arcangues
March 21  09:00 Sexual and reproductive health work at WHO P v Look 14:00 Breast cancer screening and treatment G Vlastos
14:30 Dynamic angiothermography. A new technology for breast cancer screening and diagnosis D Montruccoli
10:00 Designing & evaluating clinical algorithms for STI case management F Ndowa 15:00 Palliative care N Steiner Collet
March 22  10:00 Prenatal diagnosis Ph Extermann 14:00 FIND model for development and evaluation of poverty related disease diagnostics G Michel
11:00 Ultrasound in obstetrics Ph Extermann 15.00 Osteoporosis R Rizzoli
March 23 09:00 Laparosopic surgery in developing countries P Meyer 14:00 Obstetric fistula C-H Rochat,
V Fauveau,
L de Bernis
10:00 Fetal growth standards M Merialdi
March 26-28   Exams