List of Abstract Presentations

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1F.C. Durueke, C. Okonkwo, G. Odemujie, W. Gofwen, M.Ukpong, and the NICCAV community Study Team. Building Community Support for the NICCAV Project: Experience on the field. AIDS Vaccine Conference, Barcelona, Spain, 7-10th October, 2013 (Poster presentation 4.10)View Abstract [PDF]
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Amumuziam A, Ukpong MO, Durueke F, Alaka T, Akanni O. Ethics of HIV Prevention in Research Literacy. HIV Research 4 Prevention Conference, Cape-town, South Africa, 28-31 October, 2014 (Poster presentation P07.01)
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3Pickett, M.-A. LeBlanc, K. Audu, C. Feuer, T. Johnson, B. Kanyemba, T. Muyunga, M. Ukpong. Africa Needs Rectal Microbicides Too - Strategies to Ensure Africa is on the Rectal Microbicide Research and Advocacy Map. AIDS 2012 Conference,Washington DC, 22-27th July, 2012 (Poster presentation 4914).View Abstract [PDF]
4Morenike Ukpong. Perspectives on community engagement in standard of prevention package negotiation for clinical trials. Presentation at the M2012 symposium. Microbicide 2012, Sydney, Australia, USA. April 15th to 19th, 2012.
5Durueke F, Ukpong MO, Aisha A, Augustina A, Akanni O. Pattern of media reporting on New HIV prevention technology in Nigeria. Microbicide 2012, Sydney, Australia, USA. April 15th to 19th, 2012.View Abstract
6LeBlanc M-A, Ukpong M, Broeckaert L, Cazal S, Caswell G, Haire B, Patten S, Webb R. A “useless distraction”: challenges to engaging in new HIV prevention technologies in countries with few/no trials. Microbicide 2012, Sydney, Australia, USA. April 15th to 19th, 2012.View Abstract
7Amumuziam A, Ukpong MO, Durueke F, Adaranijo A, Akanni O. Challenges with addressing understanding of workshop participants on rectal microbicide. Microbicide 2012, Sydney, Australia, USA. April 15th to 19th, 2012.View Abstract
8Ukpong M, Fatusi O, Oyedeji K. Adolescent engagement in Microbicide research in Nigeria: potential ethical issues. Microbicide 2012, Sndney, Australia, USA. April 15th to 19th, 2012.View Abstract
9Ukpong M, Durueke F, Amuamuziam A, Adaranijo A, Akanni O. The impact of training on community understanding of New HIV prevention research. Microbicide 2012, Sydney, Australia, USA. April 15th to 19th, 2012.View Abstract
10Ukpong Morenike, Phiri Bright, LeBlanc Marc-André. North-South collaboration for grassroot capacity building in communicating about research into new HIV prevention technologies: the experience of ICAD/NHVMAS/SAT - 16th ICASA conference, 2011, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. 4th to 8th December, 2011 (abstract CD-ROM)
11Ukpong MO, Aisha Adaranijo, Florita Durueke, Amuamuziam A, Akanni O. Can communities members understand the intricate statistics associated with NPT trials - 16th ICASA conference, 2011, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. 4th to 8th December, 2011 (Poster abstract no MOPE182)View Abstract



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12Ukpong MO, Peterson K. The context for civil society engagement in Biomedical HIV prevention research. 16th ICASA conference, 2011, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. 4th to 8th December, 2011 (abstract CD-ROM)
13Ukpong MO, Peterson K. Some context for adherence to Microbicide use in research setting. 16th ICASA conference, 2011, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. 4th to 8th December, 2011 (abstract CD-ROM)
14Morenike Ukpong. Engagement of community members on ethics Committees in review of genomic research. Presentation at the EAGER-Africa conference, Nigeria. 28th -29th November, 2011View Abstract [PDF]
15Adaranijo A, Ukpong MO, Durueke F, Amuamuziam A, Akanni O. Building communities understanding on New HIV Prevention Technologies. Multipurpose Prevention Technologies for Reproductive Health 2011 Symposium. Washington DC, USA.3rd to 4th November, 2011View Abstract [PDF]
16Ukpong MO, Ezechi O, Oyedeji K, Adejumo A, Ajuwon A, Akanni, O, Amumuziam A, Durueke F. Training of laypersons on ethics committees on how to review protocols. 6th EDCTP Forum, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. 9th to 12th October, 2011. (Oral Abstract CO06)View Abstract [PDF]
17Augustina Amuamuziam, Morenike Ukpong, Aisha Adaranijo, Florita Durueke, Olayide Akanni. Empowering, children, adolescent and youth on NPT. 10th AIDS Impact conference, Sante Fe, New Mexico, USA. 12th to 15th September, 2011View Abstract
18Florita Durueke, Morenike Ukpong, Kadiri Audu, Augustina Amuamuziam, Aisha Adaranijo. Empowering MSM to engage in HIV prevention, treatment, care, support and research programmes. 10th AIDS Impact conference, Sante Fe, New Mexico, USA. 12th to 15th September, 2011View Abstract
19Calazans C, Boloqui JA, Mburu R, Ukpong M, Young T. What does the community perceive as engagement in biomedical HIV prevention Research. Microbicide 2010, Pittsburgh, USA. May 22nd to 25th, 2010. (Poster abstract 451).
20Ukpong M, Peterson K, Akanni O. Common decimals on community perspectives of the ethical conduct of clinical trials: a review of the oral tenofovir controversy. Microbicide 2010, Pittsburgh, USA. May 22nd to 25th, 2010. (Poster discussion 386).View Abstract


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21Oyedeji K, Ukpong M, Ezechi O,. Addressing coercion in the conduct of clincial trials on microbicides. Microbicide 2010, Pittsburgh, USA. May 22nd to 25th, 2010. (Poster Discussion 374).
22Ukpong M, Akanni O, Ezechi O, Oyedeji K, Amuamuziam, Amaechi C. Empowering the communities through the training of laypersons on ethics board. Microbicide 2010, Pittsburgh, USA. May 22nd to 25th, 2010. (Oral Abstract 353).
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Nnaji I, Ezechi O, Ukpong M, Owolabi T, Oyedeji K. Sexual behaviour, knowledge and attitude to microbicide development and use among MSM in Eastern Nigeria. Microbicide 2010, Pittsburgh, USA. May 22nd to 25th, 2010. (Poster Abstract 156).
24Nnaji I, Ukpong M, Ezechi O, Owolabi T. Sexual practices of MSM in Nigeria and interest in Microbicides. Microbicide 2010, Pittsburgh, USA. May 22nd to 25th, 2010. (Poster Abstract 155).
25Amumuziam A, Ukpong M, Akanni O, Ezecbi O, Oyedeji K, Durueke F. Empowering laypersons and nurses as monitors of approved research protocols. 5th National HIV conference. May 2nd to 5th, 2010.View Abstract [PDF]
26Morenike Ukpong. Clinical trials as an industry and an employer of labour. The Publics of Public Health Conference Conference – on the changing politics of knowledge and life in Africa. Kilifi, Kenya. Kilifi, Kenya. 7th to 11th December, 2009.
27Chidi Nweneka, Morenike Ukpong. Confidentiality and the reality of practice in the field with respect to clinical trials in Africa. The Publics of Public Health Conference – on the changing politics of knowledge and life in Africa. Kilifi, Kenya. 7th to 11th December, 2009.
28Ukpong MO, Peterson K. Review of the reports from the community voices in the field involved with the tenofovir controversy. AIDS IMPACT conference. Gaborone, Botswana. 22nd to 24th September, 2009 (Abstract no 7.43)View Abstract
29Ukpong MO, De Cernival M. Rethinking the concept of ´shared responsibility´ within the framework of researcher-community partnership. IAS Conference on HIV Pathogenesis, Treatment and Prevention. Cape Town, 19-22 July 2009. (Abstract number - CDC 096) and 16th Canadian Conference on International Health October 25-28, 2009, Ottawa, Canada.View Abstract
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Ukpong MO, De Cernival M. Rethinking the value of clinical research for African communities. IAS Conference on HIV Pathogenesis, Treatment and Prevention. Cape Town, 19-22 July 2009. (Abstract number - CDC097) and 16th Canadian Conference on International Health October 25-28, 2009, Ottawa, Canada.
31Amuamuziam A, Akanni O, Ukpong M. HIV and STI education: an integral component of HIV biomedical prevention efforts. Advancing Prevention Technologies for sexual and reproductive health. A strategy Symposium. March 24th and 25th, 2009. Berkeley, California.
32De Cernival M, Ukpong MO. How to situate community relevant issues in the context of global biomedical research. Labour, class, value and experiment workshop. London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, 22nd February, 2009
33M.O. Ukpong, M. Chatani Profiling the NPT political field: The story in Africa. ICASA 2008 Conference. 3-7 December 2008 in Dakar, Senegal.
34M.O. Ukpong, A. Forbes. When microbicide clinical trials end: Lessons learnt and role of advocates. ICASA 2008 conference. 3-7 December 2008 in Dakar, Senegal
35M Ukpong, O Akanni. Why do participants participate in clinical trials: lessons learnt from past microbicide clinical trials. XVII International AIDS conference. Mexico City. 3rd – 8th August, 2008 (Poster presentation - MOPE0885)View Abstract
36K Peterson, M. Ukpong. Ethical Misrecognition: reframing community perspectives and debates on clinical trial conduct. XVII International AIDS conference. Mexico City. 3rd – 8th August, 2008 (Poster Presentation - MOPE1088)View Abstract
37M. de Cenival, M. Ukpong, X. Anglaret. How to limit the coercive effect of the provision of care and treatment in clinical trials in resource poor settings. XVII International AIDS conference. Mexico City. 3rd – 8th August, 2008 (Poster Presentation - THPE0815)View Abstract
38MO Ukpong, O Akanni. HIV prevention clinical trial participation: incentive to participate, coercion to stay. 2nd INTEREST workshop, Senegal. May 23rd to 25th, 2008. (Abstract number 22)
39M Ukpong, K Peterson. Retrospective assessment of microbicide trials by study participants. Report from Nigeria. Microbicide 2008, New Delhi, India. February 24th to 27th, 2008. (Book Abstract CP16-13).
40M Joel, A Obyamiziam, O Akanni, M Ukpong. Not too sure: assessing male support for microbicide? Microbicide 2008, New Delhi, India. February 24th to 27th, 2008. (Book Abstract CP13-127).
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M Joel, A Obyamiziam, O Akanni, M Ukpong. Less than ten cent! How much would a microbicide truly cost? Microbicide 2008, New Delhi, India. February 24th to 27th, 2008. (Poster presentation CP11-126).
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M Joel, A Obyamiziam, O Akanni, M Ukpong. Less than ten cent! How much would a microbicide truly cost? Microbicide 2008, New Delhi, India. February 24th to 27th, 2008. (Poster presentation CP11-126).
43MD Chatani, K Dada, M Ukpong. The role of advocates in responding to trial results different reactions to the N9, CS3 and SAVVY trial result. Microbicide 2008, New Delhi, India. February 24th to 27th, 2008. (Poster presentation DP29-357).
44A Obyamiziam, O Akanni, M Ukpong. Community awareness and response to new HIV prevention Technology in Lagos, Nigeria. Microbicide 2008, New Delhi, India. February 24th to 27th, 2008. (Book Abstract DB26-64).
45M Joel, A Obyamiziam, O Akanni, M Ukpong. Microbicide by 2010: yes or no? Microbicide 2008, New Delhi, India. February 24th to 27th, 2008. (Poster presentation DP11-125).
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K Oyedeji, M Ukpong, O Akanni, A Obyamiziam. Adolescent participation in microbicide trials: resolving the impasse through advocacy. Microbicide 2008, New Delhi, India. February 24th to 27th, 2008. (Poster presentation DP8-76).
47MO Ukpong, P Matemilola, d Ezechukwu. Report of a post trial monitoring visit of microbicide clinical trial sites. Microbicide 2008, New Delhi, India. February 24th to 27th, 2008. (Poster presentation DP5-12).
48Morenike Ukpong. Addressing microbicide trial disruption due to low HIV incidence: report of a community dialogue. IAS 2007, Sydney. Australia. July 20th -24th 2007 (Abstract no: TUPEC008)
49Morenike Ukpong, Obatunde Oladapo. Existing gaps in microbicide research and development process: perspectives from trial participants. IAS 2007, Sydney. Australia. July 20th -24th 2007 (Abstract no: TUPEC006)
50Morenike Ukpong. Perception and role of communities in research. Workshop on ethics of health research in resource poor countries. Ecole du Val de Grace, Paris. 2nd – 3rd of April, 2007
51Morenike Ukpong. Issues about prevention trial. Workshop on ethics of health research in resource poor countries. Ecole du Val de Grace, Paris. 2nd – 3rd of April, 2007
52Lee E, Chatani M., Ukpong M, Davids J, Forbes A, Warren M. Community involvement: making or breaking clinical trials. 4th IAS Conference on HIV Pathogenesis, Treatment and Prevention. (Abstract no. CDC115).
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Morenike Ukpong. Advocacy and community preparedness in clinical trials. Workshop on strengthening the capacity of research ethic committees in Africa, UCH, Ibadan, Nigeria. 13th – 16th of February, 2007
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MO Ukpong, O Falobi, S Agwale, K Dada, B Faleyimu, F Doherty. The development of the national document on the standard of care for NPT clinical trials in Nigeria: the possible roles of advocates. Abstract presentation at the XVI International AIDS Conference, Toronto, Canada. 15th – 18th August, 2006 (Abstract no TUPE0988).
55Manju Chatani, Edd Lee, Morenike Ukpong. HIV Research Advocacy: Bridging microbicide, vaccine and other HIV/AIDS research efforts. Microbicide 2006, Cape Town, South Africa. April 22nd to 27th, 2006. (Abstract no. PD19)
56Morenike Ukpong, Omololu Falobi, Nnena Ike. The effectiveness of training and advocacy in creating a conducive environment for facilitating NPT research and development. Microbicide 2006, Cape Town, South Africa. April 22nd to 27th, 2006. (Abstract no. PD56)
57Morenike Ukpong, Omololu Falobi, Nnena Ike. Need for effective partnership in NPT research and development – Microbicide 2006, Cape Town, South Africa. April 22nd to 27th, 2006 (Abstract no. PD55)
58Omololu Falobi, Bode-Law Faleyimu, Simon Agwale, Funmi Doherty, Olukayode Dada, Ernest Ekong, Morenike Ukpong, Creating and sustaining effective partnerships for new HIV prevention trials in Africa: lessons from a multi-site study in Nigeria – Microbicide 2006, Cape Town, South Africa. April 22nd to 27th, 2006 (Oral abstract)
59Morenike Ukpong, Omololu Falobi, Ernest Ekong, Nnena Ike. Outcome of a community monitoring exercise of new HIV prevention trial sites in a developing country. Microbicide 2006, Cape Town, South Africa. April 22nd to 27th, 2006 (Oral abstract presentation)
60Morenike Ukpong, Omololu Falobi, Nnena Ike. Creating effective partnership in NPT research and development. Abstracts from the 14th ICASA conference, Abuja, 2005. December 4th to 9th, 2005. (Abstract no. WeOrD125)
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Morenike Ukpong, Omololu Falobi, Nnena Ike. The effectiveness of training and advocacy on creating a conducive environment for facilitating NPT volunteer recruitment and retention – Ibadan, August, 2005
62MO Ukpong. Institutional capacity as a limiting factor for microbicide research in Nigeria. Abstract from the Microbicide 2004 Conference, London. March 28th – 31st, 2004 (Abstract no. 02255).
63MO Folayan and OO Falobi. Gender and Poverty: twin factors in the Nigerian HIV Epidemic. Abstract from the subregional conference on Gender and Poverty, Centre for Gender and Social Policy Studies, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria held at OAU Conference Centre, Ile-Ife, Nigeria. May 28th – 29th, 2003
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MO Folayan, I Fakande, EB Oke. AIDS orphan needs in Osun State, Nigeria: a rapid survey report. Abstracts from the XIV International AIDS Conference 2002 Barcelona, Spain. July 7th –12th, 2002. (Abstract no. MoPeE3840)
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OA Falobi and MO Ukpong. Mobilising communities against HIV/AIDS through e-mail Based Advocacy: The Nigerian AIDS e-mail Forum Advocacy Model. Abstracts from the XIV International AIDS Conference 2002 Barcelona, Spain. July 7th –12th, 2002. (Abstract no. TuPeG5607)

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