Presentations 2014

DAY 1 – 12TH NOVEMBER 2014
SESSION 1: CHAIR: Dr Hellen Kariuki & Dr. Asaph Kinyanjui
PLENARY
PC-PL-01: Strengthening of Palliative Care as a Component of Comprehensive Care Throughout The Life Course – The Roles and Responsibilities within the WHA Palliative Care Resolution. Dr Emmanuel Luyirika-Executive Director-African Palliative Care Association
PC-PL-02: NCDs and Palliative Care in Kenya – Dr. Joseph Kibachio-Head Non Communicable Diseases Control Unit MoH
 
SESSION 2:   CHAIR: Dr. Emmanuel Luyirika & Dr. Zipporah Ali
PLENARY
PC-PL-03: Why is end of life care everybody’s business? – Prof. Scott Murray- University of Edinburgh
PC-PL-16: Current Cancer Situation in Kenya and new developments –  Dr. Izaq Odongo – Head of Onclogy Ministry of Health
Video: Improving Access to Palliative Care and Pain Treatment around the globe. Dr. Katherine Irene Pettus- International Association for Hope and Palliative Care
 
SESSION 3: WORKSHOPS
WORKSHOP 1 – Psychosocial support in palliative care
FACILITATORS:
1. James A. Keresztury -West Virginia University
2. Phillip Odiyo – Patient Support Manager-Faraja Cancer Support Trust.
3. Mishka Cira – Public Health Consultant

DAY 2 – 13TH NOVEMBER 2014

SESSION 1: CHAIR: Dr Esther Muinga & Steven Gitonga
PLENARY
THET Video documentary
PC-PL-04: The Business of Palliative Care: a THET project perspectiveDr. Liz Grant – University of Edinburgh
PC-PL-05: Reaching everyone in Africa, principles from the THET projectDr. Emmanuel Luyirika-APCA
PC-PL-06: Creating Centres of Exellence in 11 level five hospitals in Kenya (Waterloo Project) –  Dr. Asaph Kinyanjui-KEHPCA
PC-PL-14: Evaluating Palliative Care Services-Practical TipsProf. Debra de Silva – The Evidence Centre, UK
SESSION 2: CHAIR: Prof. Julia Downing & Dr Esther Munyoro
PLENARY
PC-PL-07: Plenary Discussion – Hospital Based DNR Policy – Dr. Steven Manchester – Tenwek Hospital & Dr. John WeruAga Khan University Hospital, Nairobi
Nyeri Hospice Video-legal Aspects of Palliative Care -Patrick Bowen, KEHPCA
BREAKOUT SESSIONS
SESSION 3A (ROOM 1) CHAIR: Rose Kiwanuka & David Musyoki
TRACK 1: RESEARCH
PC-04-02: Holistic needs of patients with clinical diagnosis of Hepatocellular Carcinoma in Gastro Enterology and Hepatology wardFlorence Nalutaaya – Makerere Palliative Care Unit
PC-04-03: Quantifying and qualifying Morphine use in MalawiKathryn Hamling – Ndimoyo Palliative Care – Malawi
PC-04-05: The social research ethics capacity in Kenya’s emerging palliative centers Linah Jepkoech Chesir – Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital
PC-04-06: Quality of life from the perspective of heart failure patients – Kellen Kimani
PC-04-08: Quality of Life among Gynaecological Cancer Patients Receiving Palliative Care in Kenya Isaac Ogoncho – University of Nairobi
PC-04-10: Exploring the experiences of patients living with cervical cancer at NdiMoyo Palliative Care, Salima, Malawi – Christopher Mindiera – NdiMoyo Palliative Care
PC-04-11: TOPCare: results from a mixed methods RCT testing a nurse-led intervention to reduce symptom burden and improve quality of life for people on ART in KenyaRichard Harding /Nancy Gikaara -Kings College
PC-04-13: A Study To Explore the Views of Clinicians on When To Initiate Palliative Care to Cancer and or HIV/AIDS Patients at Lacor Hospital, GuluFrancis Okongo – Makere Palliative Care Unit
SESSION 3B (ROOM 2) CHAIR: Dr. Anne Merriman & Catherine Ajuoga Were
TRACK 2:CLINICAL CARE INCLUDING – PALLIATIVE CARE IN ICU, HDU AND WOUND CARE
PC-01A-01: ‘It’s when I could no longer work, that I decided to go to hospital': pateinst’s experiences of coming to a diagnosis of heart failure in UgandaDr. Elizabeth   Namukwaya. Makerere University PCU – Kampala Uganda
PC-01A-02: The challenges related to End of Life Care in Crital Care Unit (CCU): Mombasa County Referral Hospital – Critical Care nurses experience – Jane Osumba & Peninah Muiruri – KMTC Nairobi
PC-01A-03: Promoting quality in morphine production at Hospice Africa UgandaSarah Nakyanzi – Hospice Africa Uganda
PC-01A-04: End of life care in Hospice JinjaBasirika Diana- Hospice Jinja
PC-01B-05: Wonders of Stoma Nursing in wound care – Christine Mutinda – AIC Kijabe Hospital PCU
SESSION 3C (ROOM 3) CHAIR: Prof. Scott Murray & Saraphina Gichohi
TRACK 4: COLLABORATION AND INNOVATION
PC-08-02: Impact of collaboration between Kigali Hospitals in Palliative care increased High quality services for patientsO. Mukeshimana – Rwanda Palliative Care & Hospice Organisation
PC-08-03: is integration of palliative care into oncology services of any benefit to the patients? Stella Rithara – KMTC Nairobi
PC-08-04: Improving the patient journey for women with breast cancer: an example of collaboration and integration throughout the hospitalLydiah Wambui Warui- Nyeri Provincial Hospital
PC-08-05: The importance of 24hrs PC HotlineDaisy Rotich – MTRH
SESSION 3 D (ROOM4) CHAIR: Dr. Meshack Liru & Mishka Cira
TRACK 6: PALLIATIVE CARE FOR SPECIAL GROUPS
PC-09-01: Long stay experience for carers in paediatric ward MTRH taking care of children with palliative care needsPhanice Jepkemoi – MTRH
PC-09-02: Prevalence and severity of pain among children admitted in Kenyatta National Hospital General Paediatric wardsDr. Jane W. Mate – University of Nairobi
PC-09-03: Peadiatric palliative care at Hospice Africa Uganda – services offeredSarah Nandaula – Hospice Africa Uganda
PC-09-04: Challenges facing care takers of HIV infected children attending peadiatric patient support centre clinic in Kisii Level 5 Hospital Stellamaris K. Kiio – Kisii Level 5 Hospital
PC-09-05: Palliative Care for the homeless 10 years of learningWendy Muckle – Ottawa Inner Health (The Mission Hospice Canada)
SESSION 1: CHAIR: Wendy Muckle and Dr. Liz Grant
PLENARY
PC-PL-09:Children’s Palliative care: Three Country ReportProf. Julia Downing-International Children’s Palliative Care Network (ICPCN)
PC-PL-10: An Exploratory Study of the Attitudes of palliative Care Practictioners to the use of Palliative Care assessment Tools in KenyaDr. John Weru- Aga Khan University Hospital
PC-PL- 13: Sustainability and partnership in Palliative care Dr Faith Mwangi, Country Director University Research Company and Chief of Party- USAID-ASSIST Project
BREAKOUT SESSIONS
SESSION 3E (ROOM 1) CHAIR: Dr. Brigid Sirengo & Ann Mwangi
TRACK 3: EDUCATION AND TRAINING
PC-03-01: Health tutors training – A worthwhile strategy for improving palliative care access: an evaluation of the health tutors course at Hospice Africa UgandaCharles Musoke – Hospice Africa Uganda
PC-03-02: Impact of the Training from the THET Project – A Case of UgandaHarriet Kebirungi – Palliative Care Association of Uganda
PC-02-03: Enhancing palliative care skills and knwledge through workplace learning – Gombe Hospital Pallaitive Care TeamDr. Mbuga Joseph – Gombe Hospital
PC-02-04: An exploration of doctors’ experiences of caring for palliative care patients and whether they feel there is a need for further training at undergraduate level Dr. Zipporah Ali – KEHPCA
PC-02-05: Knowledge and attitudes of Healthcare workers at Kenyatta National Hospital on Pain Assessment and management in children –   Dr. Zahra Jin UON/KNH
SESSION 3F (ROOM 2) CHAIR: Dr Liz Grant &   Mackuline Atieno
TRACK 5: MODELS OF INTEGRATING PALLIATIVE CARE
PC-10-01: Palliative care in Kabale Regional Referral Hospital – UgandaDusabimana Mathias – Kabale Regional Referral Hospital
PC-10-02: Impact of a Palliative Care Programme in a University Teaching HospitalDr. John Weru – Aga Khan University Hospital
PC-10-03: Integrating palliative care into the health delivery system; what is working well in the southern region of MalawiFred Chiputula – Palliative Care Association of Malawi
PC-10-04: THET Uganda Palliative Care Business InnovationsRose Kiwanuka – PCAU
PC-10-05: THET Innovations in Kenya. Dr Asaph Kinyanjui-KEHPCA
PC-10-06: The impact of innovations on the business of palliative care: a summaryProf. Julia Downing -Makerere Univeristy
SESSION 3G (ROOM 3) CHAIR: David Musyoki & Mercy Owiti
TRACK 7: COMMUNITY APPROACH TOWARDS PALLIATIVE CARE
PC-13-03: Community approach towards palliative careEunice Nderitu – Nyeri Hospice
PC-13-04:Impact of community health workers for continuum care of palliative care at community level integrated in Rwanda public health systemChristian Ntizimira – Kibagabaga Hospital
PC-13-05: Community approach towards palliative care Celine Ndolo – Siaya Roselyn Hospice
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