Department: Department of Community health and Reproductive health
Contact Address: P.O.Box, 6183 Nairobi - 00300
Position: Lecturer
Specialty :  Midwifery
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Publications:

  • Atsali E.; Edwards G. (2017). Historical influences on utilising upright positions for birth in Africa MIDIRS Midwifery Digest, 27(1).
  • Atsali, E. N., & Russell, K. (2018). Hospital midwives’ barriers when facilitating upright positions during a normal second stage of labour. Africa Journal of Nursing and Midwifery20(1), 1-21.

Current research activity:

PhD on going topic of study:  Factors Influencing Effective Dissemination and Use of Maternal Clinical Guidelines by Skilled Birth Attendants at Primary Health Facilities in Kenya: A Mixed Methods Study

Sikolia Z. Wanyonyi*1, James Orwa2, Hebert Ozelle1, Judit Martinez5 , Eunice Atsali3, Sudhir Vinayak4, Marleen Temmerman1, Francesc Figueras5.  Routine third trimester ultrasound for the detection of small-for- gestational-age in low-risk pregnancies (ROTTUS) study: a randomized controlled trial. Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology (in Press)

Prevalence, characteristics, and outcomes of perinatal asphyxia at a Referral Maternity Hospital in Kenya: a cross-sectional study: Zelipher Njamiu, Samwel Maina Gatimu, Eunice Atsali and Jane Kabo

Manuscript under review by; International Journal of pediatrics

Knowledge and Skills of Nurses and Midwives on Neonatal Resuscitation in Pumwani Maternity Hospital (PMH), Kenya: Manuscript development ongoing for publication