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					                            Makerere University College of Health Sciences
                      Program for the 7th Annual Scientific Conference
               20th – 22nd September 2011; Speke Resort Munyonyo Kampala, Uganda

20th SEPTEMBER 2011

Abstract No.     Time          Presentation
                 8.00-8.30     Arrival and registration
                 PLENARY       Chair: Dr Rhoda Wanyenze; Co-Chair: Dr. Freddie Bwanga
                 8.30 - 9.00   Key note address – All for Health – One Health: Dr. Jane Aceng Director
                               General MOH
                 PLENARY       Health Systems, Health Policy & Healthcare
                               Chair: Prof Fredrick Wabwire-Mangen; Co-Chair: Prof. David Guwatudde
PP1001_20        9.00-9.10     Health Systems, Governance and Health Outcome: Dr. Freddie Ssengoba
PP1002_20        9.10-9.20     Challenges and Future Systems in Uganda to Ensure Delivery of Quality
                               Care: Dr. Robert Basaza
PP1003_20        9.20-9.30     Transforming Education to Strengthen Health Systems in an Inter-department
                               World: Prof. David Serwadda
                 9.30-9:40     DISCUSSION
PP1004_20        9:40-9:50     Role of Cultural Institutions in Healthcare Delivery, Disease Prevention and
                               Health Promotion: Dr. Nelson Kawalya
PP1005_20        9:50-10:00    Impact of Private for Profit Institutions in Healthcare Delivery and Health
                               Systems Strengthening: Dr. Ian Clarke
PP1006_20        10:00-10:10   HIV/AIDS programming through District based technical assistance
                               programme: Experience from STAR-EC: Dr. Samson Kironde
                 10:10-10:20   DISCUSSION
                 10:20-10:50   TEA BREAK
                               OFFICIAL OPENING CEREMONY: MC – Prof. Harriet Mayanja; Co-MC:
                               Mr. Gerald Makumbi
                 10:50-10.55   Welcome remarks by Chair, 7ASC Organising Committee MakCHS: Dr.
                               Freddie Bwanga
                 10.55-11.10   Announcement of the Bill & Melinda Gates Research Grant for Africa: Dr.
                 11.10-11.10   Remarks on Translating Research into Policy and Healthcare Delivery by
                               Chair, Research College of Health Sciences Makerere University: Prof.
                               James.K Tumwine
                 11.10-11.20   Remarks on Improving Referral Systems and Healthcare by Executive
                               Director, Mulago Hospital: Dr. B. Byarugaba
                 11.30-11.40   Remarks on Graduate Training, a Strategy to Improving Research, Policy and
                               Healthcare Delivery by Director School of Graduate studies: Prof. Elly
                 11.40-11.50   Remarks on Professionalism, Ethics, and Research by Executive Secretary
                               UNCST: Dr. Peter Ndemere
                 11:50-12:00   Remarks on involvement of NGOs by the President UNACOH: Dr. Joseph
                               Herman Kyabaggu
                 12:00-12:10   Remarks on Achieving All for Health – One Health: WHO Country
            12.10-12.20 Overview of the Conference Theme, and Recent Developments in Training
                        Health Professionals to Improve Healthcare by Deputy Principal College of
                        Health Sciences, Makerere University: Prof. Celestino Obua
            12.20-12.40 Remarks by Guest of Honor and Official Opening of the Conference: Hon. Dr.
                        Christine Ondoa Minister for Health
            12.40-13.10 Official launching of the Exhibition & Poster Session by Guest of Honor: Hon
                        Dr. Christine Ondoa Minister for Health
            13.10-14.00 LUNCH
            PLENARY Health Systems, Health Policy, & Health care II
                        Chair: Prof George Kiirya; Co- Chair: Dr. Freddie Ssengooba
PP1007_20   14.00-14.10 Health Policies: From Policy Development to Implementation: Hon. Dr.
                        Samuel Okuonzi MP
PP1008_20   14.10-14.20 Positive and Negative Impact of HIV Programs on Healthcare Delivery in
                        Uganda: Dr. Alex Coutinho
PP1009_20   14.20-14.30 District Healthcare Delivery System in Uganda: Dr. Joa Oketch
            14.30-14.50 DISCUSSION
PP1010_20   14.50-15.00 Improving delivery of health care through capacity building for health services
                        researchers”: a case of master of health services research program at
                        makerere university school of public health: aggrey mukose
PP1011_20   15.00-15.10 Do Transport Vouchers Increase Attended Deliveries? A Case Study of A
                        Rural Community In Uganda: Mutebi Aloysius
PP1012_20   15.10-15.20 Strengthening service delivery through assessment of health facilities:
                        Lessons from the comprehensive health facility functionality assessment for
                        Karamoja region, Uganda: Rogers Ayiko
PP1013_20   15.20-15.30 Access to Maternal Health Services Under a Decentralized and Privatized
                        Healthcare System in Uganda: Guma Prince
            15.30-15.40 DISCUSSION
            15.40-16.10 TEA BREAK
            PLENARY Health Systems, Health Policies and HealthCare Delivery III
                        Chair: Dr. Margaret Mungherera/Dr. Ezaati Isaac (Director Planning
PP1014_20   16.10-16.20 COBES: A path to creating community focused health workers: Criscent
PP1015_20   16.20-16.30 One Health Approach – An Opportunity to Strengthen Inter-sectoral
                        Collaboration for Improved Health: Dr. Geofrey Kabagambe
PP1016_20   16.30-16.40 Achieving one health in Africa: AFNET Experience: Dr. Monica Musenero
PP1017_20   16.40-16.50 Health Sector Governance: A Case Study of Uganda: Dr. Suzanne Kiwanuka
            16.50-17.00 DISCUSSION


Abstract No.   Time          Presentation
               8.00-8.30     Arrival and registration
               PLENARY       Non Communicable Diseases I
                             Chair: Prof. A.M Otim; Co-Chair: Prof. Jurgen Freers
PP1018_21      8:30-8:40     The Emerging Burden of Non-Communicable Diseases in Uganda: Prof.
PP1019_21      8:40-8:50     Epidemiology, Prevention and Management of CVD in Uganda: Dr.
                             Charles Mondo
PP1020_21      8:50-9.00     Acquired Heart Diseases: Rheumatic Heart Disease: Dr. Emmy Okello
PP1021_21      9:00-9:10     Cancer Epidemiology in Uganda: Dr. Jackson Orem
               9:10-9:20     Discussion
PP1022_21      9:20-9.30     Injuries: Boda boda Epidemic in Uganda: Dr. Olive C. Kobusingye
PP1023_21      9:30-9.40     Rheumatology: Dr. Kaddu Mukasa
PP1024_21      9:40-9:50     Epidemiology of Depression in Uganda: Prof. Ssegane Musisi
PP1025_21      9:50-10:00    Burden of mental illness, and war conflict in Uganda: Dr. Eugene
               10:00-10:10   Discussion
               10:10-10:40   TEA BREAK
                             Parallel Oral Session A: Non-Communicable Diseases
                             Chair: Dr. James Sekajjugo; Co-Chair: Dr. Achilles Katamba
PO1001_21      10:40-10:50   From fire to frying pan: the Mental Health trajectory of
                             Formerly Abducted Female Youths and their choice of spouses in
                             northern: Kennedy Amone-P'Olak
PO1002_21      10:50-11:00   Nodding Disease In Northern Uganda - A Possible Relationship To
                             Psychotrauma: Dr. S. Musisi
PO1003_21      11:00-11:10   Risk Factors for Non-Communicable Diseases in Rural Uganda: A Pilot
                             Surveillance Project Among Diabetes Patients at a Referral Hospital
                             Clinic: Olivia Namusisi Kasenge
               11:10-11:20   Discussion
PO1004_21      11:20-11:30   The role of alternative food stuff in the provision of nutrition among the
                             poor populations in Uganda: Rachel Musomba Zimaze
PO1005_21      11:30-11:40   Prevalence and factors associated with Axis I psychiatric disorders
                             presenting at the A & ED , Mulago Hospital , Kampala Uganda:
                             Odokonyero Raymond
PO1006_21      11:40-11:50   Assessment of the consumption of vitamin a rich foods and other vitamin
                             a deficiency associated factors amongst children (6-59 months) in
                             selected households in kiryandongo county- masindi district: katanku
                             denis musoga
               11:50-12:00   Discussion
PO1007_21      12:00-12:10   Estimation of the Short and Medium term Risk of Cervical Cancer in
                             Uganda: Innocent Mutyaba
PO1008_21      12:10-12:20   Androgen receptor status in carcinoma prostate, a preliminary report from
                             Uganda: Florence Ajok
PO1009_21      12:20-12:30   Sickle Cell Disease as a growing public health problem: Ruth N.S. Mukiibi

            12:30-12:40   Discussion
                          Parallel Oral Session B: Maternal & Child Health
                          Chair: Dr. Imelda Namagembe; Co-Chair:
PO1010_21   10:40-10:50   Expanding family planning services delivery in uganda using performance
                          based contracting: dr.henry w.kakande
PO1011_21   10:50-11:00   Enhancing demand for longterm & permanent family planning methods
                          through capacity building: a case study in two districts of southwestern
                          uganda: wanyama john
PO1012_21   11:00-11:10   Risk Factors for Infant Mortality in Uganda, A case study of Luwero
                          District: Rachel Musomba Zimaze
            11:10-11:20   Discussion
PO1013_21   11:20-11:30   Vvf surgical camp outreaches the way to manage the vvf patient backlog:
                          experience of mulago vvf unit: barageine justus kafunjo
PO1014_21   11:30-11:40   Vht /iccm implementation progress in mpigi district: kaggwa godfrey
PO1015_21   11:40-11:50   Achieving the Millennium Development Goals by 2015 or thereabouts:
                          Reality or Rhetoric? Christine Nabiryo
            11:50-12:00   Discussion
PO1016_21   12:00-12:10   Male involvement in maternal in maternal health care services in Jinja
                          district, Uganda: Peter Dyogo Nantamu
PO1017_21   12:10-12:20   Practical Considerations In Recruitment And Retention Of Adolescents
                          For A Rural Community Based Study In Eastern Uganda: Zam Zinda
PO1018_21   12:20-12:30   Exploring cultural practices during the postpartum among mothers of
                          Buwaiswa community in Mayuge District of Uganda: Susan Babirye-
            12:30-12:40   Discussion
                          Parallel Oral Session C: Capacity Building, Health, and Environment
                          Chair: Dr. Christopher Garimoi Orach; Co-Chair: Dr. Victoria
PO1019_21   10:40-10:50   Assessing availability of Smoke-free Workplace Policies in Uganda: D.
PO1020_21   10:50-11:00   An overview of the water hygiene and sanitation situation in schools in
                          Uganda Implications for health and education policy makers: Peter
PO1021_21   11:00-11:10   Is gender specific intervention needed to prevent pesticide intoxications
                          among female farm workers: Erik Jørs
PO1022_21   11:10-11:20   Air pollution - a cardiac problem: Freers Juergen
            11:20-11:30   Discussion
PO1023_21   11:30-11:40   A COBES approach to community health education. A review of Masafu
                          District Hospital MakCHS COBES site: Kiiza Daniel
PO1024_21   11:40-11:50   A Field approach to diagnosing a community of Kajara County; A COBES
                          learning Experience at Rwashamaire Health Centre IV: Namusobya S. M
PO1025_21   11:50-12:00   Midwifery Training in Uganda: Constraints and Opportunities: Christopher
                          Garimoi Orach
            12:00-12:10   Discussion
PO1026_21   12:10-12:20   Building Capacity of Health Care Workers in the Private Sector to deliver
                          HIV & AIDS Services – Mildmay Uganda Experience: Kambonesa Irene
PO1027_21   12:20-12:30   Strengthening HIV and AIDS Paediatric Palliative Care systems: Lessons
                          from Mildmay Uganda HIV/AIDS care and Training Centre: Esther
            12:30-12:40   Discussion
            12:40-13:40   LUNCH
            13:40-14:10   POSTER SESSION
            PLENARY       Health and Environment
                          Chair: UNACOH Executive Director– Dr. Deo Sekimpi; Co-Chair:
                          ACHS/Environmental Health Ms Julian Kyomuhangi
PP1026_21   14:10-14:20   Tobacco and Alcohol Use in Uganda: Dr. Sheila Ndyanabangi
PP1027_21   14:20-14:30   Center for Tobacco Control in Africa (CTCA): Dr. Possy Mugyenyi
PP1028_21   14:30-14:40   Pesticides Use, Health and Environment Uganda Project: Baseline Survey
                          in Pallisa and Wakiso Districts: Sekimpi D.K
PP1029_21   14:40-14:50   Healthcare Waste Management in Uganda: Dr. Victoria Masembe
            14:50-15:00   Discussion
PP1030_21   15:00-15:10   Oral Health in Uganda: Dr. Isaac Okullo
PP1031_21   15:10-15:20   Nutrition in Uganda; Where are we?: Dr. Ezekiel Mupere
PP1032_21   15:20-15:30   Alternative Medicine: Prof. Wako
PP1033_21   15:30-15:40   Overview of Occupation Health in Uganda: Mr. Joseph Byonanebye
            15:40-15:50   Discussion
            15:50-16:20   TEA BREAK & POSTER SESSION
            PLENARY       Maternal and Child Health.
                          Chair: Dr. Anthony Mbonye; Co-Chair: Dr. Josephat Byamugisha
PP1034_21   16:20-16:30   Maternal & child health policies: Global perspective and Current
                          Developments: Dr. Olive Sentumbwe
PP1035_21   16:30-16:40   Status of Family Planning Program Implementation in Uganda: Dr.
                          Jennifer Wanyana
PP1036_21   16.40-16.50   Neonatal Health in Uganda: Dr. Waiswa Peter
            16:50-17:00   DISCUSSION


Abstract No.   Time          Presentation
               8.00-8.30     Arrival and registration
               PLENARY       Infectious Diseases, Drug Resistance, and Emerging Tropical
                             Chair:: Prof. Elly Katabira; Co- Chair: Dr. Andrew Kambugu
PP1037_22      8:30-8:40     Emerging Infectious Disease: Future Challenges for Africa: Prof.
                             David Serwadda
PP1038_22      8:40-8:50     Integrated Disease Surveillance and Response: Infectious diseases –
                             Emerging and re-emerging IDs: Dr. Issa Makumbi
PP1039_22      8:50-9.00     Animal to human diseases: Prof. David Kabasa
PP1040_22      9:00-9:10     Emerging Infectious Diseases: A district experience (DHO Masindi):
                             Dr. Turyagaruka John
               9:10-9:20     Discussion
PP1041_22      9:20-9.30     Drug Resistant bacteria and Lab detection: Dr. Freddie Bwanga
PP1042_22      9:30-9.40     Approach to management of drug resistant microorganisms:
                             Pragmatic approach: Prof. Moses Joloba
PP1043_22      9:40-9:50     HIV drug resistance and Lab detection: Dr. Immaculate Nankya
PP1044_22      9:50-10:00    Detection of malaria drug resistance: Dr. Samuel Nsobya
               10:00-10:10   Discussion
               10:10-10:40   TEA BREAK
                             Parallel Oral Session A: Infectious Diseases & Drug Resistance
                             Chair: Dr. Alphonse Okwera; Co-Chair: Dr. William Worodria
PO1028_22      10:40-10:50   Anti-Tuberculosis Drug Resistance Pattern among
                             PulmonaryTuberculosis Patients in Mwanza –Tanzania: Dr. Range, N.
PO1029_22      10:50-11:00   Quinolone- resistant gonorrhoea among men with urethral discharge
                             in kampala, uganda: dr. Musinguzi patrick
PO1030_22      11:00-11:10   Resistance to etravirine among HIV-1 isolates from individuals failing
                             NNRTI –based ART in Kampala, Uganda: Dr. Francis Ssali
               11:10-11:20   Discussion
PO1031_22      11:20-11:30   High Prevalence of oxacillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus in the
                             surgical units of Mulago hospital in Kampala, Uganda: Dr. Florence
                             Christine Najjuka
PO1032_22      11:30-11:40   Evaluation of slide drug susceptibility test for rapid diagnosis of
                             multidrug resistant tuberculosis in mulago hospital: beatrice achan
PO1033_22      11:40-11:50   Development of new drug combinations against drug resistant
                             tuberculosis: a new paradigm shift: claude kirimuhuzya
               11:50-12:00   Discussion
PO1034_22      12:00-12:10   Attributes of Smear Positive Pulmonary Tuberculosis Patients in
                             Kampala, Uganda: A Review of the 2007 Cohort: Martin Ruhweza
PO1035_22      12:10-12:20   Determination of circulating Mycobacterium tuberculosis Strains and
                             Transmission Patterns among Pulmonary TB Patients in Kawempe
                             Municipality, Uganda, using MIRU-VNTR: David P Kateete

PO1036_22   12:20-12:30   Genetic structure and phenotypes of Mycobacterium tuberculosis
                          causing pulmonary tuberculosis in Kawempe-Kampala Uganda:
                          Wampande ME
            12:30-12:40   Discussion
                          Parallel Oral Session B: Infectious, Re-Emerging Diseases
                          Chair: Edith Dr. Nakku-Joloba; Co-Chair: Dr. Irene Andia-Biraro
PO1037_22   10:40-10:50   Changing Behavioral Patterns in the Arboviral Vector Aedes
                          Africanus: Concern and Possible Disaster for Emerging and Re-
                          Emerging Diseases: Lukindu Martin
PO1038_22   10:50-11:00   Regional mapping of oro-pharyngeal carriage of yeast species
                          associated with oral lesions of HIV/AIDS patients in South West
                          Uganda: Agwu, E
PO1039_22   11:00-11:10   Prevalence of fungal colonisation and infection of burn wounds and
                          associated factors among inpatients at mulago burns unit: luweesi
            11:10-11:20   Discussion
PO1040_22   11:20-11:30   Kampala University Students: HIV-related findings from a respondent-
                          driven sampling survey: George William Lubwama
PO1041_22   11:30-11:40   Field Experience Of Sputum Collection For Tb Diagnostic Work-Up In
                          Cohort Of Adolescents In A Rural Resource Limited Setting Of
                          Uganda: Richard Isabirye
PO1042_22   11:40-11:50   High religiosity can be a barrier as well as a facilitator to anti-retroviral
                          therapy adherence among people living with hiv in uganda: an
                          exploratory study: christopher tumwine
            11:50-12:00   Discussion
PO1043_22   12:00-12:10   The prevalence of hiv, syphilis and co-infection among csws who
                          seek for std services from the national std reference unit in mu: ziraba
PO1044_22   12:10-12:20   Intestinal helminthes infections and nutritional status of children
                          attending primary schools in Wakiso District, Central Uganda: Lwanga
PO1045_22   12:20-12:30   Assessment of factors associated with occurance of diarrhoeal
                          diseases in batwa (pygmies) children under five years of age in
                          kayonza sub-county, kanungu district: arthur kiconco
            12:30-12:40   Discussion
                          Parallel Oral Session C: HIV, TB, Malaria, & Other IDs
                          Chair: Prof. Charles Karamagi; Co-Chair: Dr. Damalie Nakanjako
PO1046_22   10:40-10:50   Factors influencing male involvement in Prevention of Mother-to-child
                          Transmission services in Khayelitsha, Cape Town, South Africa: Alice
PO1047_22   10:50-11:00   Male partners’ support during pregnancy, lessons learnt from PMTCT
                          programming in Kayunga district, Uganda: Mary Dutki
PO1048_22   11:00-11:10   Major determinants of early infant diagnosis of hiv at jinja regional
                          referral hospital: alero susan rose
            11:10-11:20   Discussion
PO1049_22   11:20-11:30   Comparison between Active and Passive Case Finding Of
                          Tuberculosis among Adolescents in Eastern Uganda: Ndaabe Amos
PO1050_22   11:30-11:40   Lifetime Depressive disorders and Adherence to Anti-Retroviral
                          Therapy in a Rural HIV Clinic in Southern Uganda: Etheldreda
PO1051_22   11:40-11:50   Effect of electronic medical records and same day patient tracing on
                          clinic efficiency and adherence to appointments in a community based
                          hiv/aids care program, in uganda: stella t. Alamo
            11:50-12:00   Discussion
PO1052_22   12:00-12:10   Routine viral load monitoring reduces the rate of accumulated
                          genotypic resistance to commonly used antiretroviral therapy in
                          Uganda: Hakim Sendagire
PO1053_22   12:10-12:20   Prevalence of virulence factors in Staphylococcus epidermidis from
                          intensive care unit patients at Mulago hospital in Kampala, Uganda:
                          Moses S Okee
PO1054_22   12:20-12:30   Preparations for Genetically Modified Anopheles gambiae s.s.
                          Mosquitoes for Malaria Control in Uganda: Birungi K
            12:30-12:40   Discussion
            12:40-13:40   LUNCH
            13:40-14:10   POSTER SESSION
            PLENARY       Vaccines
                          Chair: Prof. Moses Kamya Co-Chair: Dr. Katongole-Mbidde
PP1045_22   14:10-14:20   Recent developments on HIV Vaccines: Prof. Pontiano Kaleebu
PP1046_22   14:20-14:30   Recent developments on Microbecides: Dr. Anatoli Kamali
PP1047_22   14:30-14:40   HPV vaccine in Uganda: Prof. Florence Mirembe
            14:40-14:50   Discussion
PP1048_22   14:50-15:00   Malaria vaccines: Dr. Okwanga
PP1049_22   15:00-15:10   What Drives Routine Immunisation Performance in Africa? A
                          Synopsis of Findings from a Landscape Analysis: Suzanne Kiwanuka
PP1050_22   15:10-15:20   UNEPI Programs and Vaccine Delivery Systems in Uganda: Dr.
                          Rachel Seruyange
            15:20-15:30   Discussion
            15:30-16:00   TEA BREAK
                          Chair: UNACOH Executive Director Co- Chair: Freddie Bwanga
            16:00-16:30   Mathew Lukwiya Memorial Lecture:
                          DMLML Lecture: Hon Dr. Christopher Baryomunsi MP

            16.30-17.00   Guest of Honor Closing Ceremony: Permanent Secretary Ministry of
                          Health - Dr. Asuman Lukago PS Ministry of Health


 Abstract No.                                 Presentation                                   Presenter
PS1001_20       Experience of setting up and implementing a quality management           Susan Logoose
                system in a TB epidemiological study in preparation for future TB
                vaccine trials
PS1002_20       Client satisfaction with HIV/AIDS care services: a comparative           Doris Kwesiga
                survey of a public and a private health facility in Kabale distri
PS1003_20       A community based approach to mobilise participants for medical          Stephen Mugamba
                male circumcision (MMC) service program; the Rakai experience
PS1004_20       Factors affecting the utilization of antenatal care services among       Nansubuga Resty
                adolescent pregnant mothers. Case study of Naguru Teenage
                Health Center, Kampala, Uganda
PS1005_20       Conducting outcome evaluations: lessons from evaluation of a             Mary Dutki
                community PMTCT program
PS1006_20       Improving delivery of health care through capacity building for health   Aggrey Mukose
                services researchers”: a case of master of health services research
                program at makerere university school of public health
PS1007_20       The family centered approach in the Provision of holistic HIV and        Esther Kawuma
                AIDS treatment, care and support to Children, A case study of
                Mildmay Uganda
PS1008_20       Ifhhro global health advocacy and the role of health professionals       Gerald Tushabe

PS1009_20       Initiating a research and scientific writing culture at the college of   Kawooya Ismael
                health sciences through the research and writers’ club; a mumsa
PS1010_20       Quality of Family Planning Services in PMTCT Programme in Gulu           Henry Komakech
                Regional Referral Hospital, Northern Uganda
PS1011_20       Geospatial analysis and decision support for health services             Shuaib Lwasa
                planning in Uganda
PS1012_20       THE CRANE SURVEY: Methods and Procedures                                 George William
PS1013_20       Kampala University Students: Risk factors for unplanned sex – a          George William
                qualitative study                                                        Lubwama
PS1014_20       Knowledge, attitudes and practices regarding emergency                   Kivila Stella Kamuu
                contraceptive pills among female undergraduate students of
                makerere university-uganda


  Abstract                                 Presentation                                  Presenter
PS1015_21    Self care practices of sickle cell patients attending mulago            NANTUME
             Sickle cell clinic, kampala, uganda                                     CECILIA
PS1016_21    Low serum vitamin b12 levels among psychiatric patients admitted in     Michael Ssonko
             butabika mental hospital
PS1017_21    Approaches to diagnosis and management of asthma and                    Rebecca Nantanda
             pneumonia in under-fives in Mulago hospital: work in progress
PS1018_21    Paediatric Asthma outcomes evaluation for resource limited settings     Andrew Kiboneka
PS1019_21    Promoting physical activity at the workplace: an opportunity for        JUDITH AGABA
             people with cardiovascular diseases                                     KIIZA
PS1020_21    Sensitivity and specificity of clinician administered screening         Dickens Akena
             instruments in detecting depression among hiv-positive individuals in
PS1021_21    Role of Nutrition care and support in the Prevention of Mother To       Esther Kawuma
             Child Transmission of HIV-The Mildmay Experience
PS1022_21    HIV Prevention and Psychosocial Support Services in Secondary           Jane Namuddu
             schools in Kabarole District
PS1023_21    Academic stress, Psychological distress, Alcohol Misuse and             Etheldreda
             Academic performance among MUK-CHS medical students                     Nakimuli-Mpungu
PS1024_21    Adult Health Seeking Behaviour before Death in the Makerere             Aloysius Mutebi
             University Iganga/Mayuge HDSS (IMDSS) for 2008/2009
PS1025_21    Malaria Burden in Pregnancy at Mulago National referral hospital in
             Kampala, Uganda
PS1026_21    Intimate Partner Violence, HIV Infection, and HIV Diagnosis             Robert Kairania
             Communication in Rakai, Uganda: Implications for Counselling
PS1027_21    Factors associated with male involvement in maternal health care        Peter Dyogo
             services                                                                Nantamu


  Abstract                                Presentation                                   Presenter
PS1028_21    Assessment of knowledge of school nurses in HIV care and support      Lillian Ayebale
             for in school positives
PS1029_21    Functional characterization of rhomboid homologs in mycobacteria      David Kateete
PS1030_21    Evaluation of Intensified Tuberculosis Case Finding among HIV-        Musa, Odongo
             Positive Clients in selected Health Facilities in Tororo District
PS1031_21    Adverse Drug Reactions among patients admitted to the Medical         Baingana S
             ward Gulu Regional Referral Hospital: a descriptive study
PS1032_21    Evaluation of Intensified Tuberculosis Case Finding among HIV-        Musa, Odongo
             Positive Clients in selected Health Facilities in Tororo District:
             Implications for Tuberculosis Case Detection and Control
PS1033_21    Functional characterization of rhomboid homologues in                 Sylvia Irene
             Mycobacterium bovis                                                   Wanzala
PS1034_21    Antiniociceptive and Antipyretic Properties of the Aqueous Extract,   Adiukwu C. Paul
             Crude Saponin and Alkaloid from Vernonia amygdalina Leaf
PS1035_21    Community Sensitization In Preparation For Enrollment Of Infants      Elizabeth Nangobi
             And Adolescents Into A Study To Assess Tb Incidence                   Mwanja

PS1036_21    Distribution of Community acquired typhoid fever among febrile        Ezera Agwu
             patients attending clinics in Bushenyi, Uganda: case study of the
             year 2005
PS1037_21    Pattern of malaria prevalence among febrile patients treated with     Ezera Agwu
             chloroquine, fansidar and quinine in Bushenyi, Uganda
PS1038_21    Sentinel serological survey of the prevalence of syphilis infection   Ezera Agwu
             among patients attending clinics in Bushenyi district of Uganda
PS1039_21    Adhering to ART is a challenge: The experience of an adolescent at    Esther Kawuma
             Mildmay Uganda
PS1039_21    Impact of HIV and AIDS on Older Persons in Uganda: A systematic       Esther Kawuma
             review of the available literature
PS1040_21    Risk factors for tuberculosis infection among adolescents in rural    Mutunzi Ronald
PS1041_21    Response to salvage therapy among Heavily ART experienced             Francis Ssali
             individuals in Uganda
PS1042_21    Significant pharmacokinetic interaction between nevirapine and        Pauline Byakika-
             artemether-lumefantrine in HIV-infected Ugandan adults                Kibwiika


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