M4M at the International Conference on Family Planning (ICFP) 2018

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Metrics for Management to present at the 2018 International Conference on Family Planning

Conference | November 2018

Metrics for Management is thrilled to be presenting a full line-up of our latest family planning quality research at the 2018 International Conference on Family Planning (ICFP) in Kigali, Rwanda, November 12-15. An outline of our ICFP 2018 presentations, posters, and panels is below, along with a downloadable quick reference postcard. For session abstracts and full details, please visit the ICFP Scientific Program.

 

WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 14

“Do women with a higher MII score have lower contraceptive discontinuation rates?”

Dr. Nirali Chakraborty (14:35–15:55 in AD6)

On panel “2.3.4 Implications for Expanding the Use of MII in Quality Measurement.” Presenting research conducted in collaboration with Population Council, PSI, and MSI. With presentations by Aparna Jain from Population Council; Wenjuan Wang from DHS/ICF; and Supriya Madhavan from World Bank; moderated by Ben Bellows from Population Council.

“How do women experience and react to side effects? Comparing method switchers, discontinuers and continuous users”

Dr. Karen Chang (14:35–15:55 in AD5)

Oral presentation; part of session “2.3.10 Teaching old data new tricks: innovative analyses to build the family planning knowledge base.” Presenting research conducted in collaboration with Population Council, PSI, and MSI.

“Domains of family planning service quality associated with contraceptive discontinuation: A secondary analysis of Measurement, Learning & Evaluation (MLE) project data from urban Kenya”

Karla Feeser, MPH (15:00–18:00 in Auditorium Terrace)

Part of Poster Session 6. Presenting research conducted in collaboration with the Measurement, Learning & Evaluation (MLE) Project of the Urban Reproductive Health Initiative.

THURSDAY NOVEMBER 15

“Performance Monitoring & Evidence Working Group (PME WG): monitoring progress of the FP2020 movement”

Dr. Dominic Montagu (10:25–11:45 in room MH 1)

On panel “3.1.2 Measurement and Family Planning 2020 (FP2020): The Role of Data in Moving from a Global Goal to Country Action.” Presenting research conducted at University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). With presentations by Emily Sonneveldt from Avenir Health; and Scott Radloff, from Bill & Melinda Gates Institute at Johns Hopkins University.

“Correlation between facility quality measures, MII and discontinuation”

Dr. Nirali Chakraborty (11:55–13:15 in Atrium 2)

On panel “Improving Quality of Care: 3.2.3 Integrating Measurement of Quality of Care into Health Systems.” Presenting research conducted in collaboration with Population Council, PSI, and MSI. With presentations by Yoonjoung Choi from Bill & Melinda Gates Institute at Johns Hopkins University; Lindsay Mallick from DHS/ICF; and Aparna Jain from Population Council; moderated by Jason Bremner from FP2020.