Oral Presentations

The Network: TUFH and UGM are proud to present the Oral Presentations for the VIRTUAL TUFH 2021

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  Wednesday July 21, 2021
  8:30 – 10:30 AM UTC+0
  Oral Presentation A: Health Professions Education during the Pandemic
  Title Presenting Author Country
1 Socially accountable clinical education at a Primary Health Care level as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic in South Africa Jana Muller South Africa TUFH808 
2 The effectiveness of online learning during the Covid-19 pandemic for the fourth year students of Community and Family Health Care with Interprofessional Education (CFHC-IPE) program Sudono Sudono Indonesia TUFH831
3 Fostering continuity of learning for health professional students during covid 19: an evaluation of Open Distance and eLearning at Clarke International University Florence Githinji Uganda TUFH753 
4 Effectiveness of an online educational module on oral cancer in improving knowledge and awareness among nursing students during COVID-19 pandemic Pooja Balurkar  India TUFH742 
5 Evaluation of Impact of virtual Online health education on Scaling up and strengthening the public awareness of Primary Health Care: The experience during COVID-19 in Sudan Mahmoud Saleh Sudan TUFH690 
6 Experience on the adaptation to the new normality of the teaching-learning process on the Faculty of Medicine of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) Lindsay Ariadna Concha Mora Mexico TUFH680
7 Comparison of Colorectal Cancer Education and Screening with APCS for Rural Area in Yogyakarta Paper Based and Application in COVID-19 Pandemic Era as FKKMK UGM Community Services Program Adeodatus Yuda Handaya Indonesia TUFH764
8 Adoption of Open Distance and E-learning (ODeL) Among Health Professional Trainees in the context of COVID 19 in Uganda Alimah Komuhangi Uganda TUFH759 
9 The new normal in a rural small town in Brazil: a students’ experience Marcela Araújo de Oliveira Santana Brazil TUFH631 
10 Adapting face-to-face activities to an online environment during the Covid pandemic Jose Rene Bagani Cruz Philippines TUFH754 
  Oral Presentation B: Interprofessional Practice and Collaboration in Health Care
  Title Presenting Author Country
1 Delivering an interprofessional curriculum to improve the quality of HIV care in sub-Saharan Africa. Elsie Kiguli-Malwadde Uganda TUFH786 
2 From Interprofessional Education to Collaborative Practice: Students’ Role Rannia Shehrish Bangladesh TUFH772 
3 Interprofessional collaboration practice on integrated antenatal care services. An Indonesian case Suryani Yuliyanti Indonesia TUFH771 
4 Diabetes related knowledge, skills and training required by Community Healthcare Workers to contribute to interprofessional learning of health sciences students: a qualitative study Marianne Reid South Africa TUFH594 
5 Healthcare workers’ perspectives on Multi-Sectoral Collaborative approach in preparedness for comminicable diseases outbreaks at kericho country referral hospital Kenya Abigail Ng’etich Kenya TUFH669
6 An evaluation of osteoarthritis rehabilitative practices within a South African multidisciplinary rehabilitation setting Robynne Gilchrist South Africa TUFH596
7 Integrated Clinical Learning: Team Teaching and Learning in Primary Care Roger Strasser Canada TUFH606
8 Investing in tomorrow’s health workforce- Academic competencies in IFMSA Professional Exchanges Kevin Alvaro Handoko Indonesia TUFH788 
9 Evaluating a teamwork learning tool for undergraduate health professional students in a transforming curriculum: An action research project at a South African university. Adibah Hendricks South Africa TUFH701 
10 Change in attitudes and perceptions of undergraduate health profession students towards inter-professional education following an educational experience in post natal care Amita Ray India TUFH559 
  Oral Presentation C: Health Care Adaptations
  Title Presenting Author Country
1 Strengthening Social Accountability in Primary Care through student-led initiatives Tomáš Petras Denmark TUFH763 
2 Airport Primary Health Care: Is it Important? Ahmed Hassan Saudi Arabia TUFH762 
3 Expanding Health Finance Modalities to Safeguard Access to Primary Healthcare Toni-Ann Mundle Jamaica TUFH712 
4 Characteristics of Canadian physicians and their associations with practice patterns Ariana Mihan Canada TUFH569 
5 Attitudes and Perceptions of Medical Students towards Health Care and Health Policy in India Mary Mathew India TUFH589 
6 International collaboration to create a dermatology program for primary care AMTC providers George Barigye United States/ Uganda TUFH704 
7 Strengthening Inter-Professional Collaboration Through Community Health Program of The Community and Family Health Care Siti Rokhmah Projosasmito Indonesia TUFH811 
8 Sustainable access to healthcare in conflict-affected areas of Myanmar after the military insurrection : Health as a bridge for peace Zarni Lynn Kyaw Myanmar TUFH595 
9 Community health workers as a strategy to tackle psychosocial suffering due to physical distancing: a randomized controlled trial. Dorien Vanden Bossche Belgium TUFH670
10 Using the Public Narrative Framework for health promotion within a Colombian university Claudia Liliana Jaimes Penuela Colombia TUFH713 
  Thursday July 22, 2021
  12:00 – 02:00 AM UTC+0
  Oral Presentation D: Student Leadership & Health Professional’s Education
  Title Presenting Author Country
1 A MeSAGE for student-driven, shareable medical curriculum Evangelos Papageorgiou United States TUFH815 
2 JAMSA engaging health professions students in primary health care interprofessional education, collaboration, and practice Cianna Lunan Jamaica TUFH800 
3 Virtual Student Training opportunities on Emerging Health Issues Hana Hinkle United States TUFH570 
4 Global Health Framework for International Medical Student Exchanges Marcela Penaloza Colombia TUFH789
5 Educating the next generation of health professionals toward patient-centered, context-sensitive care in rural Chiapas, Mexico Jimena Maza Mexico TUFH619
6 Learning experiences in community health of Colombian medical students Claudia Liliana Jaimes Penuela Colombia TUFH635 
7 Student-Led Climate Change and Health Education in the Americas: a Regional Mobilization Yousra-Imane Benaskeur Canada TUFH785 
8 The UWI Mona Community Health Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship: How to create strong primary health care focused physicians Omarr Edwards Jamaica TUFH709 
9 Community-based Education in undergraduate medical curriculum: lessons from a new integrated curriculum Mariano Granero Argentina TUFH827 
10 Peer-led Global Health Education Trevon Anthoniel Fletcher Jamaica TUFH782 
11 Addressing Systemic Discrimination: Students Perceptions in the Americas Yousra-Imane Benaskeur Canada TUFH787 
  Oral Presentation E: What can we learn from your Primary Health Care Practice and Experiences?
  Title Presenting Author Country
1 The relevance of an integral program to promote healthy lifestyle habits as a primary care strategy against obesity and sedentary lifestyle: Literature review Laura Alvarado Colombia TUFH792 
2 Evaluation of the use of a physical activity program with exergames in the quality of life of people with low vision of the state of Amapá – region of the legal Amazon Ana Camila Cavalcante Sales Brazil TUFH730 
3 Students of high academic level (PAEA) of the 2010 study plan, Faculty of Medicine, UNAM Aurora Farfán Márquez  Mexico TUFH665
4 Counseling Program for teenagers. Space for dialogue and listening. Psychosocial counseling addressed to youth community in Suba, Bogotá, Colombia. Andres Felipe Avila Colombia TUFH817 
5 Community participation and risk for depressive symptoms in rural areas Dana Jungbauer United States TUFH685
6 Empowerment and obesity in medicine students, Faculty of Medicine students, Faculty of Medicine, UNAM  Aurora Farfán Márquez  Mexico TUFH666
7 Families: core of change management – Life stories of growth and transformation. Bogotá, Colombia. María Carolina López Mateus Colombia TUFH741 
8 Innovative method to identify and control people with type 2 diabetes in Sacaba, Bolivia. Christine Leyns Bolivia TUFH637
9 Social support networks as a strategy to cope with morbidity in high-risk pregnant women. Andrés Ocampo Colombia TUFH636
10 The importance of using routine data for program evaluation: assessment of the nutritional status of pregnant women in primary care clinics in rural Chiapas, Mexico Hellen Mata González Mexico TUFH592 
  Oral Presentation F: Interprofessional Collaborations & Learning
  Title Presenting Author Country
1 COVID 2 Home: Developing an intersectoral community response to needs arising from a global pandemic. Danielle Fitzsimmons-Pattison United States TUFH624 
2 Working climate and interprofessional collaboration in the family health strategy in a brazillian capital Mara Lisiane Moraes Dos Santos Brazil TUFH600 
3 How to implement meaningful educational change through international collaboration Samuel J. Jee United States TUFH703 
4 Is inter-professional education able to understand, explore and address structural determinants and sustainable development goals? Marjan de Bruin-Maxwell Jamaica TUFH798 
5 Can Change Begin with a RIPLE: Relational InterProfessional Longitudinal Education Tara Singh United States TUFH577 
6 Kahnowiilyaa (Everyone) Jonny Grek Canada TUFH621
7 AFRI-VIPE Mary Showstark United States TUFH633 
8 The use of digital media to raise awareness around the homeless community: our experience with a homeless shelter in Bogota, Colombia Adriana Rincon  Colombia TUFH705 
9 Understanding the impact of our strength-based approach to care Jonny Grek Canada TUFH571 
10 Strengthening Primary Care for People with Intellectual Disability through Elevating the Role of Nurses and Nurse Practitioners in an Interdisciplinary Team Tine Hansen-Turton United States TUFH584 
  Oral Presentation G: Social Accountability & Community Strength
  Title Presenting Author Country
1 The SAFE for HI Evaluation Tool – A Study Series of the SAFE for HI Project Alex Anawati Canada TUFH614 
2 The SAFE for HI Evaluation Tool Peer Review Process – A Study Series of the SAFE for HI Project Alex Anawati Canada TUFH615 
3 Developmental Evaluation of the SAFE for HI Evaluation Tool, Peer Review Process and Pilot – A Study Series of the SAFE for HI Project Alex Anawati Canada TUFH616 
4 Using a social accountability approach to promote high quality learning through inter-professional student outreach Tomlin Paul Jamaica TUFH795 
5 Social accountability guide for community engagement initiatives Bernadine Jugdutt Canada TUFH696 
6 Community workshops through assisted remote education, Bogotá, Colombia. Karol Andrea Guzmã N Castillo Colombia TUFH816 
7 Impacts of social accountability: development of a framework for Northern Ontario communities, health professional education, research, and health services Brianne Wood Canada TUFH733 
8 What are the drivers of social accountability among medical school alumni? A case study of Christian Medical College, Vellore, India Harini Aiyer Canada TUFH585 
9 Initiating “Healthy Batik Village” to empower Batik Workers through Collaborative Health, Environmental and Social Interventions Sri Awalia Febriana Indonesia TUFH549
10 Exploring Community Compensation in Community-University Partnerships: What does “reciprocity” really mean? Karen Cook Canada TUFH568 
  Thursday July 22, 2021
  05:00 – 07:00 AM UTC+0
  Oral Presentation H: Social Accountability Initiatives through Community Empowerment
  Title Presenting Author Country
1 Innovative approaches to reducing diarrhoeal diseases among children under 5: a student-led rural project in Southwestern Uganda. David Okiror Uganda TUFH677
2 Exploration of Adolescent Health Indicators in Five Humanitarian Countries Aisha Shalash Ireland/Occupied Palestinian Territories TUFH756 
3 Screening survey of pediatric visual impairment; awareness of prevalence and management conducted by medical students. Rania Gamal Eldin Zaki Egypt TUFH678
4 Community Development in Lio Village: Lesson Learned from a Dynamic and Empowering Five Years Angelina Patricia Chandra Indonesia TUFH833
5 EAS (Edukasi dan Aksi Sosial) as an Alternative ‘Learning Medicine’ and Social Innovative Movement in Indonesia  Erlin Erlina Indonesia TUFH650
6 Efforts to Adopt Social Accountability in Medical Schools in the Eastern Mediterranean Region: A Scoping Review Mohamed Elhassan Abdalla Ireland TUFH821 
7 Empowering Local Community for Tackling Stunting Problem in Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara Indonesia Supriyati Supriyati Indonesia TUFH664
8 Medical Ethics in Students Mobilities Elaine Tan Su Yin Malaysia TUFH765 
9 Universal Health Coverage and IFMSA Professional Exchanges Olayinka Fakorede Nigeria TUFH768 
  Oral Presentation I: COVID-19 Impacts to Health and Other Sectors
  Title Presenting Author Country
1 The Current Cannabis and Alcohol Realities in the Western Cape and the influence on organisations and interventions during Covid-19 lockdown. Pearl September-Brown South Africa TUFH662
2 Dietary trends among students in higher education and the influences of COVID-19 confinement 2019-2020 Asgad Ahmed Ireland TUFH659
3 Cough Sound Analysis to Screen and Diagnose COVID-19 Siddhi Hegde India TUFH655
4 Preventive Stomatological Effectiveness towards the Pandemic that stopped the world: SARS – COV 2 Rosa María Bulnes López Mexico TUFH641
5 The status of Community awareness regarding Anti-Malarial medications against COVID-19 in Sudan. Amer Rababah Sudan TUFH575 
6 Antimalarial self-medication among adults during the COVID-19 national lockdown in northern Uganda: implications for antimicrobial resistance Philemon Ojok Eger Uganda TUFH719
7 Battling the Pandemic: How ‘Fever Clinics’ in India helped control the spread of COVID-19  Shruthi Ravishankar India TUFH717 
8 Understanding health and life needs of market sellers in Sacaba, Bolivia during the COVID-19 pandemic. Christine Leyns Bolivia TUFH807 
9 Collaborate to Fight COVID-19 (COFIGHT): Proactive Telemonitoring Approach to Improve the Self-Quarantine Procedure and Surveillance System Quality in Primary Health Care Hanggoro Tri Rinonce Indonesia TUFH667
10 The impact of COVID 19 pandemic and Economic status on diabetes care in Sudan, 2020 Mazin Mohammed Mahmoud Osman Sudan TUFH681
  Oral Presentation J: Community Based Education
  Title Presenting Author Country
1 Sustaining the Community-based Medical Education: Learning from University of Ilorin Administrative Process Oladimeji Bolarinwa Nigeria TUFH622
2 Community-based medical education; perspective of students, faculties and stakeholders Elhadi Ibrahim Miskeen Sudan TUFH620
3 The differences in the learning system towards the learning output of inter-professional education activities for students in the Faculty of Medicine, Public Health and Nursing UGM Dessy Christine Hosianna Indonesia TUFH832 
4 Towards Pre-Med Behavioural and Social Sciences Education Sivan Saraswathy India TUFH820 
5 Role of Research Education Offered by Medical Student Associations in linking Students to community Based Practice, University of Gezira, Sudan Hiba Mahgoub Sudan TUFH809 
6 Scoping Review of Educational Research on Formative Assessment among Medical Undergraduates Sheeba Kunjukrishnan Retnabai United Arab Emirates TUFH784 
7 An Hypothesis of Changing Undergraduate Medical Education Curriculum In India Addressing the Health Out Comes of Formerly In Incarcerated People in India Priyanka Chahal India TUFH757 
8 The Role of SNO Sudan Medical Education Committee in raising awareness of Medical and Health allied students in involvement and engagement in Medical Education Abdulrahman Awadullah Sudan TUFH799 
9 What do GP Supervisors want to teach Constance Pond Australia TUFH710 
10 Medical Nutrition Education – A Community Centred Approach to Nutritional Training for Undergraduate Medical Students Sanjana Taneja India TUFH658
  Friday July 23, 2021
  05:00 – 07:00 AM UTC+0
  Oral Presentation K: Health Professions Education Teaching & Learning Innovations
  Title Presenting Author Country
1 “Resident as a teacher”: our experience in the implementation of a virtual seminar to strengthen the teaching role in medical residents in a Colombian university Adriana Rincon  Colombia TUFH697 
2 Using continuous and integrated feedback model in a community-based midwifery clinical education: a mix methods study Esti Nugraheny Indonesia TUFH723 
3 Participants perceptions on a two-day workshop to train trainers to teach empathy in schools Rasnayaka Mudiyanse Sri Lanka TUFH586  
4 A Tailor-Made Training on Social Innovation for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in the Philippines Jana Deborah Mier-Alpaño Philippines TUFH602 
5 Dealing with aggressive parents; Teaching empathy to school teachers by a simulated scenario Rasnayaka Mudiyanse Sri Lanka TUFH608
6 Experiential Learning of Social Responsibility – Case study from D A Pandu Memorial R V Dental college, Bengaluru, India Jyotsna S India TUFH652
7 Introducing Learning Management System for dental students – Challenges faced Deepti Vadavi India TUFH673
8 Health Promotion: How is it perceived by professors of four Mexican medical training programs? Dora Cardaci Mexico TUFH683
9 SatuJantung Android Application and Guide Video for Heart Attack Case Management in Community Beta Ahlam Gizela Indonesia TUFH748 
10 Innovative approaches to promote UHC actions among medical students Mohammed SaifAldeen Abdelrahman Sudan TUFH791 
  Oral Presentation L: Rural Health & Knowledge Improvement
  Title Presenting Author Country
1 Who serve the rural and remote areas in Maluku Islands of Indonesia? Farah Noya Australia TUFH668
2 Learning from Rural Doctors to Develop Students’ Resilience Nicholas Handoyo Indonesia TUFH587 
3 Primary Health Care Rural Program in Sudan: Impact on Medical Students and the Community. Amer Rababah Sudan TUFH552
4 Rural Seeds: sowing rural health Marcela Araújo de Oliveira Santana Brazil TUFH657
5 Work preferences of medical students in Primary Healthcare setup: an urban-rural health paradigm Eshwar Rajesh India TUFH565 
6 Knowledge, Attitude and practice Towards Typhoid Fever And awareness about prevention of Typhoid As A part of rural residency and training in rural hospital program, Alfao, Gezira, Sudan, 2020 Afra Fadlelmula sudan TUFH623 
7 Awareness Of Sudanese People Regarding Malaria Prevention And It’s Complications, Alsharafa Albahar Rural Area, Gazira State, Sudan, 2018. Durar Amin Abdelbagi Musa Sudan TUFH708 
8 Knowledge, attitudes and practice KAP of hand washing hygiene and there role in infection control, Gezira state, Sudan, 2018 Mazin Mohammed Mahmoud Osman Sudan TUFH679
9 Improvement of Students’ knowledge and readiness after a short course of IPE in Geriatric care Ide Pustaka Setiawan INDONESIA TUFH813 
10 The impact of MedSIN GMSA SCOME in raising medical education awareness among medical students, University of Gezira Faculty of Medicine, 2018 Abdulrahman Awadullah Sudan TUFH810 
11 The students’ experience with mental health during COVID-19 pandemic in a rural town in Brazil Marcela Araújo de Oliveira Santana Brazil TUFH634 
  Oral Presentation M: Maternal and Mental Health
  Title Presenting Author Country
1 Awareness among women following up in Ain Shams University El-Demerdash teaching hospital about dangerous signs and complications of pregnancy and puerperium. Kirellos Atef Zaki Abboud Egypt TUFH790 
2 Attitudinal difference of doctors and midwives towards interprofessional collaborative practice in maternal services Kemal Fathur Indonesia TUFH746 
3 Impact of COVID-19 on Maternal Health in Africa:  a Critical Review Ephraim Kumi Senkyire  Ghana TUFH716 
4 Anemia during pregnancy, preventable persisting disorder globally Shakuntala Chhabra India TUFH706 
5 Public Health Midwives’ Advocacy on Parenting and Mothers’ Parenting Style in Central Province of Sri Lanka Ramya Ekanayaka Sri Lanka TUFH653
6 Managing Women’s Depression as the Impact of the Covid-19 Pandemic in Kuwang Shelter, Cangkringan Winengku Adi Indonesia TUFH751 
7 Strategy for the promotion of mental health in the elderly adult during the COVID-19 pandemic Daniela Olaya Colombia TUFH548 
8 Improving Mental Health of Mothers with Autistic Children: The Impact of the Covid-19 Pandemic in Bina Anggita Bantul School Siti Nashria Rusdhy Indonesia TUFH750
9 When the spirit struggles: Religious coping and mental health outcomes in after the 2013 Super Typhoon Haiyan Charlie Labarda Philippines TUFH722 
  Friday July 23, 2021
  08:30 – 10:30 AM UTC+0
  Oral Presentation N: Working in and with the Community during the COVID 19 Pandemic
  Title Presenting Author Country
1 Volunteerism during the COVID-19 pandemic Steve Reid South Africa TUFH578
2 Building engagement in the community during the COVID-19 pandemic in Sleman: What can be done? Vena Jaladara Indonesia TUFH824 
3 Models of continuing professional development for Ugandan primary care doctors during the COVID 19 pandemic Jane Frances Namatovu Uganda TUFH689 
4 Best practices of a Safe Primary Health Center during the COVID pandemic Maria Grebe Argentina TUFH629 
5 Compassion, counselling and collaboration – supporting individuals and families affected by COVID-19 in Cape Town, South Africa Pat Mayers South Africa TUFH814  
6 Imagine the World Anew: A Call for Youth Voices on the COVID-19 Pandemic in the Philippines Allan Ulitin Philippines TUFH603 
7 Providing sustainable access to healthcare in Myanmar’s conflict-affected areas through the strategic purchasing during COVID-19 Pandemic: Lesson learned from pilot projects Zarni Lynn Kyaw Myanmar TUFH593 
8 COVID-19 prevention education and awareness through community outreach: the role of primary care workforce Stephen Engmann Ghana TUFH544 
9 The Hospital of Hope: staff experiences of a COVID-19 field hospital Mitan Nana South Africa TUFH601 
10 Implementing Community-Based Strategy to Promote CHW’s Integration into the COVID-19 Response. Laura Carmen Martinez Turrubiartes Mexico TUFH644
  Oral Presentation O: High-Quality Education
  Title Presenting Author Country
1 Peer-led Research Methodology Course for First-year Medical Students using Distance Learning: Effectiveness and Applicability Rayan Ibrahim Hamid Mohamed Sudan TUFH828 
2 Meaningful Student Engagement in Accreditation and Quality Assurance: A students’ guide Mădălina Elena Mandache Romania TUFH773 
3 Advancing the assessment of interns competencies in South Africa Jennie Morgan South Africa TUFH671
4 Application of work place based assessment for family medicine postgraduate students. Safa Alkalash Egypt TUFH630 
5 ¿What does it mean to be a general practitioner?: phenomenographic study on the different ways of relating to the first working year of a group of general practitioners in Cartagena D.T. and municipal head of periurban areas. Katia Márquez Colombia TUFH625 
6 Designing and Accreditation of Curriculum of MSc Public Health at the University of Limerick, Ireland Sonika Raj Goel Ireland TUFH598 
7 E-Service Learning: Authentic, Experiential Elective For Medical Interns at the St. Luke’s Medical Center College of Medicine Athena Bernadette De Padua-Tan Philippines TUFH557 
8 Students as a core in the scientific research process (learning and sharing the skills) Ahmad Sabry Egypt TUFH551
9 Role of medical students in community orianted primary care in Sudan 2021 Safaa Adlan Sudan TUFH829 
10 Assessment of Key Feature Problems (KFPs) for postgraduate Medical Students: Validation threats and opportunities Manal Said Egypt TUFH547 
  Oral Presentation P: Population Health Innovations
  Title Presenting Author Country
1 Community health needs assessment in Ainamoi Sub-County, Kericho County Abigail Ng’etich Kenya TUFH643
2 Increasing the exercise routine among elderly population with Type 2 Diabetes through a locally designed tele-exercise program Mashu Sakamaki Japan TUFH579 
3 Can pharmacy students contribute to TB case detection in high burden areas? Renier Coetzee South Africa TUFH609
4 Perception and practice of self-medication with antibiotics among medical students in Sudanese universities: a cross-sectional study. Osman Elmahi Sudan TUFH562
5 Factors Associated with Uptake of Prostate Cancer Screening Among Men Aged 40 Years and Above Within Kazo Town Council, Kazo District Uganda Smart Mwebembezi Uganda TUFH761 
6 Model for balancing between medical and social life using (PACT)TM a cross sectional study. Kirellos Atef Zaki Abboud Egypt TUFH554 
7 The role of medical students in fighting wrong beliefs in society (Sudan example) Walaa Madani Sudan TUFH721 
8 Use of social media to improve health literacy and self efficacy among breast cancer patients Anita Chatterjee Ireland TUFH591 
9 Flipped histology labs using virtual microscopy. Gehan Khalaf Egypt TUFH545 
10 Working climate in primary health care: systemazing the evidence Mara Lisiane Moraes Dos Santos Brazil TUFH599