MHCH 713 Posters

Miriam Labbok asks questions about Paige Schildkamp's poster on "Does attendance at the "Ready, Set, Baby" prenatal breastfeeding education appointment change mother's comfort level with the idea of formula feeding?".

Students from MHCH 713, Research Method in MCH, prepared posters representing findings from their secondary data analysis projects that they designed and completed during this semester. Poster topics included:

  • “The association of polygyny and women’s empowerment in Zimbabwe”, Yasameen Panjshiri, Amanda Howell
  • “Does breastfeeding duration predict home food environment?”, Natalie Bent, Elizabeth Thomas
  • “Women’s empowerment and its association with a decrease in the odds of infant mortality among women in Egypt”, Shahrzad Rouhani and Erin Magee
  • “How timing of the first antenatal care visit impacts risk of low birth weight in Zimbabwe”, Nicole Carbone, Wisnu Trianggono, Fadumo Abdi
  • “Attitudes towards at-home HPV self-tests: does race/ethnicity have something to do with it?”, Lavanya Gupta
  • “Is adequate antenatal care associated with an increased odds of exclusive breastfeeding practice among women in Zimbabwe?”, Manju Kunwar, Grace Onyebuchi, Sang Tang
  • “Does attendance at the “Ready, Set, Baby” prenatal breastfeeding education appointment change mother’s comfort level with the idea of formula feeding?”, Paige Schildkamp
  • “The association between IPV and current contraceptive use in the DRC”, Eugene Kirzhner, Jean Lambert Chalachala
  • “The impact of obesity on prenatal care utilization and subsequent induction of labor”, Abby Liberty
  • “Recognizing intersectionality: Obesity among women in the rural and remote United States”, Rebeccah Bartlett
  • “Exposure to family planning messages in mass media and ideal family size among women in Zimbabwe”, Liz Millar, Joanna Percher
  • “The role of chaos in violence perpetration among adolescents ever exposed to violence”, Ellie Bila