Mr. Endale Burayu, Obstetrics And Gynecology Award, Best Researcher Award

Endale Burayu at Mattu university, Ethiopiaa

Mr. Endale Burayu is a dedicated professional with a Master’s degree in Clinical Midwifery from Hawasa University (CGPA: 3.70) and a Bachelor’s degree in Midwifery from Ambo University (CGPA: 3.88). He completed his secondary education at Mettu Senior Secondary and Preparatory School and his primary education at Sibo Primary School. With a passion for serving vulnerable populations, Mr. Burayu has worked as a lecturer at Mattu University, focusing on midwifery and community health services. He has also contributed to healthcare initiatives in refugee camps, specializing in newborn care, obstetric fistula prevention, and family planning services. Mr. Burayu’s dedication and expertise make him a valuable asset in the field of midwifery and public health.



Master’s degree in Clinical Midwifery

  • Institution: Hawasa University
  • CGPA: 3.70

Bachelor’s degree in Midwifery

  • Institution: Ambo University
  • CGPA: 3.88

Professional Experience:

Mr. Endale Burayu has a wealth of professional experience in the field of midwifery and community health services. He began his career as a lecturer at Mattu University, where he taught midwifery and community health courses, supervised students, conducted research, and contributed to academic programs from March 2017 to July 2022. During this time, he played a crucial role in shaping the education and training of future midwives and healthcare professionals.

Additionally, Mr. Burayu has worked as a BSc Midwife at Fayyaa Integrated Development Organization (FIDO), providing essential midwifery services, including maternal and newborn care, family planning, and obstetric fistula prevention, from December 2016 to April 2017. His dedication to improving maternal and child health extended to his role as a BSc Midwife at Maro Cisa Health Center in South West Ethiopia from 2017 to 2022, where he focused on delivering comprehensive midwifery services and promoting community health initiatives.

Furthermore, Mr. Burayu actively participated in life-saving activities on refugee camps in Gambella, Ethiopia, with Doctors with Africa/CUAMM, stationed at Nguenyyiel and Terkidi Refugee Camps from March 2022 to July 2022. His experiences in refugee camps underscore his commitment to serving vulnerable populations and addressing healthcare disparities in resource-limited settings. Overall, Mr. Endale Burayu’s professional journey reflects his passion for midwifery, community health, and improving healthcare access for marginalized communities.

Research Interest:

Mr. Endale Burayu’s research interests encompass a wide range of topics within the field of midwifery, maternal and child health, and community health services. He is particularly interested in conducting research on maternal health, focusing on factors influencing maternal mortality and morbidity rates, access to antenatal care services, and the quality of obstetric care provided to women during pregnancy and childbirth.

Additionally, Mr. Burayu is passionate about newborn care research, including studying best practices in neonatal resuscitation, interventions to reduce neonatal mortality, and strategies to improve overall neonatal health outcomes. He also explores the field of family planning, investigating various contraceptive methods, family planning education programs, and the impact of family planning services on maternal and child health outcomes.

Furthermore, Mr. Burayu is involved in research related to obstetric fistula prevention, aiming to identify effective approaches for the early detection, management, and prevention of obstetric fistula, a significant childbirth injury affecting women in many developing countries.

In the realm of community health services, he is interested in evaluating the effectiveness of community-based healthcare interventions, outreach programs, and health education initiatives in improving health outcomes, particularly in rural and underserved communities.

Moreover, Mr. Burayu’s research extends to refugee health, focusing on healthcare challenges and solutions in refugee settings, including maternal and child health services, infectious disease control, and access to healthcare for displaced populations. His research interests reflect his dedication to addressing critical health issues and contributing to evidence-based practices in healthcare delivery, especially for vulnerable populations and marginalized communities.

Publication Top Noted:

Title: Caesarean childbirth and associated factors during Covid-19 pandemic at public hospitals in the Sidama region, Southern Ethiopia.

  • Journal: Ethics, Medicine, and Public Health
  • Publication Date: September 1, 2022
  • DOI: 10.1016/j.jemep.2022.100840
  • PMID: 36065216
  • PMC: PMC9433345
  • Contributors: Kassa ZY, Bikila Tefera Debelo, Burayu ET, Azene GK


Endale Burayu | Obstetrics And Gynecology Award | Best Researcher Award

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