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Sisay Shewasinad

Sisay Shewasinad
Sisay Shewasinad
Department of Neonatal Nursing
Mizan-Tepi University


Sisay Shewasinad born in Ethiopia, Amhara State, received his MSc on child health nursing from Addis Abaaba University,and his Bachelor of Medical nurse of Mada Walabu university, Abakaliki, Ethiopia. He have different work experience in both quantitative and qualitative research done in national level. He is an enthusiastic research oriented person. He has published research papers in reputable international journals and handling two community Service Projects.

Research Interest

He has research interest in Maternal, Pediatric and Child Health, Sexual and Reproductive Health. He is working as Lecturer at Mizan Tepi university, College Of Health Science, Department Of Nursing,Amhara, Ethiopia.


Assessment of Knowledge, Attitude and Practice Towards Colostrum Feeding Among Antenatal Care Attendant Pregnant Mothers in Mizan Tepi University Teaching Hospital, Bench Maji Zone, SNNPR, South West Ethiopia, 2016/2017 G.C

Adherence and Associated Factors of Prenatal Iron Folic Acid Supplementation among Pregnant Women Who Attend Ante Natal Care in Health Facility at Mizan-Aman Town, Bench Maji Zone, Ethiopia, 2015

Sisay Shewasinad, Mesfin Manjura, Asfaw Bolesh, Dereje Sisay and Sophonias Negash
Research Article: J Preg Child Health
DOI: 10.4172/2376-127X.1000348
Sisay Shewasinad and Sophonias Negash
Research Article: J Preg Child Health 2017, 4:335
DOI: 10.4172/2376-127X.1000335