JU and SPHMMC staff enrolled in UiO PhD:

Asresash Demissie (JU):

The prevalence and attitudes towards female genital mutilation (FGM) among age group 15-20 in Harari and Somali region of Ethiopia.

Fikadu Balcha (JU):

A nurse-led diabetes self-management education (DSME) program in Ethiopia: Does it work? Effects on Clinical, Behavioral, and Psychosocial Outcomes

Bosena Tebeje (JU):

Gender based violence: Responses, predictors and pregnancy outcomes among pregnant married women attending antenatal care at public health institutions. Jimma Town, Ethiopia

Yohannes Ejigu (JU):

Antiretroviral therapy in pregnancy: Role of ART in adverse pregnancy outcome, infant growth and maternal health.

Misra Abdulahi (JU):

Effect of child centered nutrition counseling on infant and young child feeding in Jimma Zone, Southwest Ethiopia.

Berhane Megerssa (JU):

Performance and Quality of Tuberculosis Directly Observed Treatment Short Course (DOTS) Strategy in Jimma Zone, Southwest Ethiopia: A Comparative Study

Seman Kedir Ousman(SPHMMC):

Social determinants of health and utilization of antenatal care and skilled birth attendance in Ethiopia: A multi-level analysis.

Demelash Bezabih (SPHMMC):

Oriental Orthodox Church and Secular Bioethics: Abortion and Biotechnology.

Gugsa Nemera (JU):

The effect of quality improvement intervention on nursing sensitive indicators in Ethiopia.

Hirut Megersa (SPHMMC):

Exploring Disrespect and Abuse in Facility Based Child Birth, in Ethiopia, Jimma University Specialized Hospital.

Tsegay Tewele (JU):

Chronic heart failure: Prevalence of anemia, adherence to iron intake, patient perceived burden of treatment and relationship to anemia status in Ethiopia.

Mestawet Getachew (JU):

Effect of clinical and psychological factors on acute pain trajectories after surgery in orthopedic trauma patients.

View from above of the University of Oslo campus area, with the new library building, covered in snow and with a beautiful sunset over the city of Oslo.
Under the SACCADE project staff from the Ethiopian partner institutions who are admitted to the PhD program at the faculty of medicine spend one year of their PhD studies in Norway as full time students at UiO (photo). The rest is spent at home institution, combining research with ordinary teaching duties.  (Foto: Ståle Skogstad/UiO)


Published Aug. 4, 2020 2:09 PM - Last modified July 6, 2021 1:53 PM