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ICM Triennial Congress 2017

Toronto, Canada, June 18-22, 2017

Please join us for these events

Gynuity Health Projects and FIGO
Expert Panel on Innovations in Postpartum Hemorrhage Management
New technologies and models for facilitating timely management of PPH at all levels of care

Exhibit Halls F&G: Tuesday June 20 @ 2:00-3:30pm
This expert panel will introduce new interventions and models of PPH management that could help expand access to essential, life-saving care to women across a variety of settings. Presentations in English & Spanish, with simultaneous interpretation.

Moderated by Beverly Winikoff, Gynuity Health Projects

New models of PPH management using misoprostol at the community level. Nusrat Jehan, Pakistan. Is an ounce of PPH treatment worth a pound of prevention? Implications of research from India and Egypt comparing primary prevention to secondary prevention early treatment of PPH. Rasha Dabash, USA. The role of condom uterine-balloon tamponade in PPH management: A community stepped-wedged trial in secondary level referral facilities in Egypt, Senegal and Uganda. Holly Anger, USA. Time to rethink how we diagnose and treat PPH? The role of shock index in PPH diagnosis ¿Tiempo para reconsiderar cómo se identifica y maneja HPP? El rol del índice de shock en el diagnóstico de HPP. Dr Daniel Aguirre, Argentina.

Expert Panel on Global Models of Abortion and Postabortion Care
Global models, new evidence and recommendations supporting the critical role of midwives and other health providers in improving access to abortion care.

Exhibit Halls F&G: Wednesday June 21 @ 11:00am-12:30pm
This expert panel will present case studies and innovations from different settings demonstrating how country programs can move towards implementing WHO guidelines on expanding health worker roles for abortion and postabortion care. Presentations in English, French & Spanish, with simultaneous interpretation.

Moderated by Anna Maria Speciale, Pathfinder International

Midwives and nurse midwives as providers of abortion and postabortion care at the primary care level: Lessons learned from Egypt and Tunisia. Rasha Dabash, USA. Senegal’s national program to expand postabortion care to the primary care level Le programme national sur l’extension des soins après-avortement au niveau communautaire au Sénégal. Birima Ndao Ndiaye, Senegal. The role of Lady Health Visitors in expanding access to menstrual regulation and postabortion care: Evidence from Pakistan. Dina Abbas, USA. Involving midwives when abortion is in transition: Evidence from Mexico Integrando a las parteras cuando el aborto está en transición: el caso de México. Maricruz Coronado, Mexico.

Breakfast Event on ICM Competency 7
Competency Seven in Practice: Case Studies in Abortion-related Care for Pregnancy Termination or Loss
Tuesday, June 20 @ 7:00 – 8:15am "," Room 717B
Breakfast will be served

Gynuity, as a member of APACC, is collaborating on a session on ICM Competency 7 – facilitation of abortion-related care. This interactive session will hear from midwives practicing across contexts and present clinical cases in abortion-related care for pregnancy termination or loss, including postabortion care. It will offer an opportunity to share experiences from different care settings in multiple countries, gain clinical knowledge, and clarify points of confusion. Certificates of participation will be awarded. This event is organized by Abortion and Postabortion Care Consortium (APACC), formerly the Postabortion Care Consortium.