ISA scholarship winners

ISA scholarship winners

I am pleased to announce the winners of the International Stillbirth Alliance scholarships. The scholarships cover registration and the conference dinner.
Applicants needed to be from low and middle income countries who were authors on abstracts accepted to the conference.

Congratulations to those who have been selected.

Ms. Simegn Tadesse & Mr. Eyoel Taye
Haramaya University, College of Medical Sciences, Harar, Ethiopia
“Let them talk about stillbirth: Societal knowledge and attitude of the causes and risk factors of stillbirth in Kersa District, Ethiopia”

Prof. Rakhi Dandona
Public Health Foundation of India
“Understanding differential patterns in perinatal mortality epidemiology to facilitate actions to reduce stillbirths and early neonatal deaths in India”

Dr. Mohammad Hafiz Rasooly
Afghanistan National Public Health Institute, Ministry of Public Health
“Understanding pathways leading to stillbirth: the role of care-seeking and care received during pregnancy and childbirth in Afghanistan” & “I should have seen her face at least once’: Parent’s and health providers’ experiences and practices of care following stillbirth in Afghanistan.”

Dr. Somalika Pal
Department of Neonatology
Maulana Azad Medical College
Lok Nayak Hospital
New Delhi, India
“Are placental histopathological (HPE) findings tell tales of outcomes in preterm neonates?”

International Stillbirth Alliance, Annual Conference on Perinatal Mortality and Bereavement Care, Madrid, Spain. October 5-6th, 2019.

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