Day 1 :
University of Delhi,India
Keynote: The study of factors affecting maternal mortality in tertiary care teaching institute in tribal region of eastern maharashtra: paving a way forward
Time : 8:00 AM -8:45 AM
Rathod AP is correctly working in University of Delhi,India as a proffesor. He has done many researches in the filed of Midwifery and published them in different type of journals.
Maternal mortality is defined as the death of any women while being pregnant or within 42 completed days of termination of pregnancy, irrespective of the duration or site of , pregnancy, from any cause related to or aggravated by pregnancy, but not fronbm accidental or vincidental causes. Maternal mortality rate (MMR) is defined internationally as the maternal mortality rate per 100,000 live births. Evnhben today 20% global maternal deaths occur in India. MMR in India is reduced by 77%, from 556 hm nper 100,000 live births in 1990 to 130 per 100,000 live births in 2016 according to WHO & Millennium Development Goal(MDG)of 109 per 100,000 live births by 2015. Sustainable Development Goal ( SDG3) goal of MMR less than 70 per 100,000 live births by year 2 v030. The main direct cause of maternal death in developing countries include haemorrhage , sepsis, obstructed labor and hypertensive disorders. These are mostly preventable trough regular antenatal checkup, proper diagnosis and management of labor complications.
Aim and Objectives: 1.To assess the Maternal Mortality Rate(MMR) and causes of maternal mortality in given time period.2.Determine the relationship between maternal education, maternal age at first pregnancy and antenatal care attendance with maternal mortality.
Stanford University School of Medicine, , USA
Keynote: E-BABE-Encyclopedia of Bioanalytical Methods for Bioavailability and Bioequivalence Studies of Pharmaceuticals
Time : 8:45 AM -9:30 AM
Mks has completed his PhD at the age of 25 years from Andhra University and postdoctoral studies from Stanford University School of Medicine. He is the director of XXXX, a premier Bio-Soft service organization. He has published more than 25 papers in reputed journals and has been serving as an editorial board member of repute. (Up to 100 words)
Encyclopedia of Bioanalytical Methods for Bioavailability and Bioequivalence Studies of Pharmaceuticals (E-BABE): It is a unique encyclopedia involving bioanalytical methods for bioavailability and bioequivalence (BA/BE) studies of pharmaceuticals for suitable method selection with thousands of combinations and searches against these methods. Most scrutinized literature was collected from different sources including PubMed. This database has been curetted using published methods for all most all pharmaceuticals. Required information for regular method development/validation such as IUPAC name, structure, solubility, chromatographic conditions, instrumentation information like HPLC, LCMS detection parameters, sample preparations, recovery details, limit of detection and limit of quantification, Tmax, Cmax etc., for routine application in BA/BE studies of pharmaceuticals was incorporated including official pharmacopeias information such as European Pharmacopeia, Japan Pharmacopeia and US Pharmacopeia. Database includes drug based bioanalytical methods covering most required fields and external database links of important drug portals such as drug bank, Rxlist, MEDLINE plus, KEGG Drug ID, KEGG Compound ID, Merck manual, PubChem compound ID, PubChem substance ID and USFDA. Searching/querying the database is through drug name, chemical formula or structural search by smiles format. Keen selections of bioanalytical methods for pharmaceutical analysis or regular quality control are also possible with E-BABE. E-BABE was built understanding the needs of pharmaceutical industry and laboratories including CROs working on BA/BE studies. Presently it has nearly of 5,000 methods and it will be updated regularly. (Up to 250 words)
Carrington Health, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Time : 9:30 AM- 10:15 AM
Marie Treloar is a Midwife and Childbirth & Parenting Educator, with a Masters in Public Health, focusing on International Health. She has worked in various midwifery models of care for over 20 years and is a co-founder of an NGO committed to improving maternal and child health in the Asia-pacific. Marie works with Anita as Antenatal Project Manager in the area of Gender Equality at Carrington Health, Melbourne (Australia).
According to the World Health Organization, reducing the gap in gender equality should be prioritized in all healthcare institutions. Becoming a new parent is a key transition point in the life course that presents important opportunities to address gender inequality. Key to addressing gender inequality is ensuring that all parents are actively engaged and included in antenatal and postnatal parent education. It is critical that both birthing and non-birthing parents are equally valued in the journey and that practice is inclusive of family diversity.Baby Makes 3 (BM3) programs aim to influence practices, structures and systems that support couples to develop equal and respectful relationships and negotiate their identity and gendered roles in their transition to becoming parents for the first time.
The ultimate aim of BM3 is to contribute to the prevention of violence against women through gender transformative practice. In addition, BM3 works in these antenatal and postnatal settings to influence practices, structures and systems that reinforce the often rigid and gendered expectations of becoming parents.
The presentation will provide an overview of Carrington Health’s project ‘Strengthening Gender equality in Public Maternity Services’ and detail the work to specifically embed gender equity messages and approaches into areas of maternity care that influence women and families.
Licensed NLP Coach,Mexico
Time : 10:15 AM- 11:00 AM
She is a Licensed NLP Coach, Congnitive profiler, Prebirth Therapist from Mexico.
One of my main goals in this moment is to train professionals in the health field like: Mental Carers, people that does alternative medicines, psychologists, emotional intelligence coaches; people that works with energy
Previously I was dedicated to my music profession and worked musictherapy as wlel, nowadays I am devoted to help people to find out their blockages and potential in life so they can achieve their goals.
I wrote my first book 2 years ago, and published it this 2020 "The Absurdity of Suffering Love" based on the consequences that prenatal and birth trauma bring into human beings and how they can affect their love life and relationships in general.
This method has been prepared to support human development therapies. The Cognitive Image Profiling method was created by Vivian John Crowhurst, an English psychic artist. His knowledge of the human psyche was acquired through courses with Jane Duncan and Philip Rogers, who in turn were students of Louise Hay. Avid reader on issues of justice and love. Vivian John Crowhurst leaves this wonderful legacy to mental and emotional health professionals as one more tool to discover the blockages and potential of each human being who sets out to achieve his goals and is determined to become aware of the need to make positive changes in his life and lovingly accept the ancestral roots that formed him.
This method reveals the emotions that the unborn baby went through during his prenatal life and as well in the moment of birth. We must remember the first ecosystem we live in is our mother’s womb.Healing those dysfunctional emotions that did not belong to the unborn baby and lovingly accepting the best of his heritage through previous generations, thus honoring his roots, mainly his parents, is something extremely relevant if we want an emotional healthier society.
The purpose of this method of analysis is for the individual to reconcile with their pain and to feel compassionately for himself and for those who raised him. In this way, by healing their history, they will allow themselves to understand their own vulnerability and that of human beings who are part of their generational line. Likewise, he will recover his value as a loving spirit and will take responsibility for his future decisions, emotions, and feelings.
The University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston
Keynote: In women, is the incidence of cervical dysplasia and neoplasia decreased in those who receive the HPV vaccination compared to those who do not?
Time : 11:15 AM -12:00 PM
Sierra Olson has completed his PhD at the age of 30 years from The University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston.
Human papillomavirus (HPV) is a double-stranded DNA virus with carcinogenic properties directly linked with cervical abnormalities and cancer. It is the most common sexually transmitted disease in the United States. There are many different strains of HPV. The most virulent strains linked to the majority of cervical dysplasia include HPV 16, 18, 31, 33, 45, 52, and 58.22
Purpose: The purpose of this analysis is to evaluate the efficacy of the HPV vaccination in preventing cervical dysplasia and neoplasia in women compared to those who do not receive the vaccination.
Tameside and Glossop Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust, United Kingdom
Keynote: Personalised care of a rare complex case of Klippel Feil syndrome and Gestational Diabetes at a District hospital
Time : 12:00 PM- 12:45 PM
I am Dr Biza Akbar .I am from united kingdom .I have research on reproduction and the tittle of my research is Personalised care of a rare complex case of Klippel Feil syndrome and Gestational Diabetes at a District hospital.
Klippel Feil syndrome is a rare inherited autosomal dominant condition associated with various anomalies.In this case report we present a successful management of a 33 years old pregnant patient with Klippel Feil syndrome and gestational diabetes, highlighting the various anomalies with Klippel Feil syndrome.CPatient had previous 9 pregnancy losses including set of twins. She had undergone open Myomectomy on a Unicornuate uterus and Laparoscopic abdominal cerclage. She had successful IVF. Her Gestational Diabetes was managed with Insulin in a multidisciplinary team specialist clinic. Foetus was in Breech presentation antenatal and transverse lie at Caesarean section The combination of KFS, the complex obstetrical history, the gestational diabetes and the difficult airway management during elective Caesarean section in this case presents an interesting clinical scenario for obstetricians and anaesthesiologists.
University of Science & Technology ,Iran
Keynote: Association between the C161T polymorphism of the PPARγ gene and Asthenozoospermia infertile men referred to Royan Institute
Time : 1:30 PM -2:15 PM
Bachelor of cellular&molecular biology Branch: microbiology Institute/University: tehran shomal (2011-2014)
Master of cellular&molecular biology Institute/University: University of Science and Culture(Royan) (2017-2019)
Peroxisome proliferator activator receptor gamma (PPARγ) is a nuclear transcription factor, which mainly regulate the expression of target genes involved in lipid and energy metabolism. Energy from glucose and fat metabolism mediated by PPARγ signaling is required for sperm motility, affecting male fertility. In the testis, PPARɣ protein is detected at high expression in Sertoli cells& weak expression in spermatocytes. One of the most important single nucleotide polymorphisms of this gene is the C161T polymorphism, that it is in linkage disequilibrium with mutations in other regions of the gene that regulate the activity of PPARγ, whose association with asthenospermia has not been studied so far .
Mabushi Primary Health Centre, Abuja.
Keynote: Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Pap smear Among Female Nurses in Usmanu Danfodiyo University Teaching Hospital, Sokoto
Time : 2:15 PM- 3:00 PM
Bawa-Muhammad Taiwo is a registered Nurse/Midwife with Nigeria NMCN. She received her BNSc from National Open University of Nigeria. She is a staff of Mabushi PHC, Abuja. She is the vice chairman of Forum for Local Government Nurses and Midwife, AMAC, Nigeria. She was the nurse in charge of PMTCT/HCT and family planning in Jahi PHC, Abuja from 2012 July till September 2017 and presently the Nurse/Midwife in charge of Maternity services including sexual and reproductive health services in Mabushi PHC in Abuja. Her current research study is on Factors Influencing Utilization of Reproductive Health Services by Adolescents in Abuja.
Cancer of cervix is the commonest malignancy of the female genital tract in developing countries. Worldwide, cervical cancer is the second most common (12%) cancer in women. This study was aimed to determine the knowledge, attitude and practice of Pap smear among female nurses in a tertiary institution. A descriptive study was carried out using 217 questionnaires to screen female nurses out of which 200 were retrieved. Respondents were selected using convenience sampling technique and data analyzed with percentage and distribution tables. The study revealed that nurses have adequate information about cervical cancer, available screening tests, purpose of screening, major risk factors and symptoms of cancer cervix. 85% believed that cancer of cervix is preventable and curable if detected early. 66% never advised clients to have it, 12% ever had a pap smear and common reasons offered for not screened were they have no symptom of cervical cancer. 48.2% who did the smear did it voluntary, 11.5% had lost relations to cancer of cervix and 91% had knowledge about HPV vaccine. 2.5% received the vaccine and all willing to do a pap smear and take the vaccine if available. Knowledge of Pap smear for cervical cancer screening is high, practice is low. Reason for low practice of cervical cancer screening among Nurses need to be investigated. Training and retraining is recommended to update nurses about cervical cancer so that they can enlighten community about need for regular cervical cancer screening.
Kirtipur Municipality-4, Kathmandu, Nepal
Keynote: Relevance of community Based Institutions for Ending Harmful Cultural Practices Related to Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health
Time : 3:00 PM - 3:45 PM
Giri Prasad Panthi has completed his Ph.D in Sociology wirh dessertion on Social Accoutablity for Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health from Singhania University, Rajasthan, India. He is currently working as freelancer consultnat in the field of Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights, in Nepal. He has over two decades of experience in development field inclding fourteen years with United Nationas Population Fund. Recently he completed his assgnment in UNFPA Myanmar as Programme Specialist – SRHR/ GBV. He has published research basedpapaers in peer reviewed journals on adolescent suxual and reproductive health, sexulity educaton and social behaviour change
Harmful cultural and discriminatory practices deeply rooted in social, cultural and religious landscape of Nepal; are major barriers to promote sexual and reproductive rights of adolescents population.The attitudes and prejudices of venguard citizens are strongly detrimental to avert such practices. The bjectives of study were to gauge attitude and readiness to abandon harmful cultural practices, to understand to what extent citizen’s perception was influenced by social norms and to assess whether the community based institutions are making any differences in tackling harmful practices in the community. Aopting a cross- sectional survey, five categories of Community Based Institutionsnamely namely Ward Citizen Forum, Citizen Awareness Center, Youth Network, Adolescent Girls Circle and Women Group were invloved in the study.The social acceptance or resistance related to adolescent sexual and reproductive health were assessed by using Likert Scale of rating scores ranging from 1 to 5. According to the average rating scale, the majority of citizens showed strong disagreement to allow adolescent girls to go school during mensuration, allow to stay inside home during menstruation and open discussion on sexual & reproductive health related matters between parents and adolescent. Likewise, citizens have strong disagreement to allow girls and boys to make voluntary decision for marriage, allow unmarried adolescents to use contraceptive and abortion services by unmarried girls. This study evidences that that there is strong force of the social norms against adolescent sexual and reproductive health of adolescent. Similarly, the study shows that community based institutions have launched some social behavior change campaign - highest response (29.6%) on campaign for open defecations free, second most interesting issue is citizens have conducted advocacy campaign to child marriage (18.3%). Further., ampaign for free health service (17.8%) and campaign against domestic violence (17.5%) and against banishment during mensuration and delivery (16.6%). The study revealed tha that Community Based Institutions are highly relevant for addressing harmful cultural practices through citizen engagement and social accountability.