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Excelling innovations in Midwifery & Nursing for Women’s Health
- Nursing Congress 2020

Welcome Message

On behalf of the Allied Academies conferences, it is my deep pleasure to invite all the Great scientists, Academicians, young researchers, Professors, Doctors, Business persons, Delegates and Students from all over the world to attend the Webinar Event On  4th World Congress on Nursing, Midwifery and Women’s Health from December 07-08th. The main theme of the conference is “Excelling innovations in Midwifery & Nursing for Women’s Health”.

Nursing congress 2020 shares an insight into the recent research and cutting edge technologies, which gains immense interest with the colossal and exuberant presence of adepts, young and Brilliant Researchers, Professors, Doctors, and talented student communities.

Nursing, Midwifery and Women’s Health meeting’s goal is to bring together, a multi-disciplinary group of Scientists and Researchers, Professors, Doctors from all over the world are invited cordially to present and exchange break-through ideas relating to the Nursing, Midwifery and Women’s Health promotes top level research and to globalize the quality research in general, thus making discussions, presentations more internationally competitive and focusing attention on the recent outstanding breakthroughs in the field of Nursing, Midwifery and Women’s Health, and future trends and needs.

We’re looking forward to an excellent meeting of all dignitaries from different countries all around the world to share innovative ideas and exciting trends in Nursing, Midwifery and Women’s Health which will be held December 07-08th

  

 

 

About Conference

Here we are happy to announce the Webinar Event On 3rd World Congress Nursing, Midwifery and Women’s Health which will be held during December 07-08th with the theme of Excelling innovations in Midwifery & Nursing for Women’s health by 25 years of excellence allied academies.

This upcoming conference will focused on Excelling innovations in Midwifery & Nursing for Women’s Health it is a great opportunity for who participating from universities and institutions to network with world-class scientists and nurses.

A Gathering of experts to upgrade the practice of Midwifery and Women’s Health Nursing in Human Well-Being, our Speakers and Participants avail chances to learn and share their knowledge among their global peers.

Additional Benefits of participation at Nursing Congress 2020:

·    The accepted abstract will be published  in the respective supporting international Journals and conference proceedings which has 25+ Million Website Visitors and biography 25,000 + Conference Visitors moreover online unique subject experts visitors

·         Attendees will be certified with CPD credits with participation certification
·         Each abstract will receive a DOI provided by Cross Ref
·         Networking with Global Experts

Reasons to Attend:

·         To Expose your research and experiences gained so far in Nursing, Midwifery and Women’s Health to the global experts
·         To gain innovative ideas for your further studies
·         To have an exposure globally
·         To analyse and investigate the recent and upcoming trends in Nursing, Midwifery and Women’s Health

Targeted Audience:

·        Nurse Practitioners
·        Registered Nurses
·         Midwifes
·         Physicians & Doctors
·         Healthcare Scientists and Researchers
·         Professors  & Associate Professors
·         Pediatricians
·         Surgeons
·         Midwifery and Women’s Health Nurses
·         Midwifery and Women’s Doctors

Sessions/Tracks

 Session 1: Nursing types

Nursing, as an integral part of the health care system, encompasses the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and care of physically and mentally ill and disabled people of all ages, in all health care and community settings.

The main function of nurses in caring for individuals, sick or well, is to assess their responses to their health status and to assist them in the performance of those activities

·      Cardiac Nurse
·      Certified Registered Nurse Anaesthetist (CRNA)
·      Intensive care unit (ICU) registered nurse.
·      Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS)
·      Medical-surgical nurse.
·      Emergency room nurse.
·     Operating room (OR) nurse.
·     Public Health Nurse
·     Orthopaedic Nurse
·     Obstetrics/Gynaecology Nursing
·     Gastrointestinal Nursing
·     Occupational Health Nursing
·     Heart & Cardiovascular Nursing
·     Registered Nurse

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Session 2Women Health and Midwifery

Women's health refers to the branch of medicine that focuses on the treatment and diagnosis of diseases and conditions that affect a woman's physical and emotional well-being.

Women's health includes a wide range of specialties and focus areas, such as

·     Breast cancerovarian cancer, and other female cancers
·     Mammography
·     Menopause and hormone therapy
·     Osteoporosis
·     Pregnancy and childbirth

Midwifery: Midwives are the traditional care providers for mothers and infants. Midwives are trained professionals with expertise and skills in supporting women to maintain healthy pregnancies and have optimal births and recoveries during the postpartum period. Midwives provide women with individualized care uniquely suited to their physical, mental, emotional, spiritual and cultural needs

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Session 3: Perinatal Infections

An infection is caused by a bacteria or virus that can passes from a mother to her baby during pregnancy or delivery is called a perinatal infection

Perinatal infections include bacterial or viral illnesses that can be passed from a mother to her baby either when the baby is still in the uterus or during the delivery process. Maternal infection in some cases, leads to complications at birth. In this context the mother may or may not experience active symptoms of the infection during the pregnancy. Some perinatal infections are sexually transmitted.

Transmission of many perinatal infections occurs during childbirth particularly in cases when invasive techniques such as episiotomy or artificial rupture of membranes are employed. In other cases, transmission may occur during pregnancy.

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Session 4: Menstrual cycle

The menstrual cycle is the monthly series of changes a woman's body goes through in preparation for the possibility of pregnancy. Each month, one of the ovaries releases an egg — a process called ovulation. At the same time, hormonal changes prepare the uterus for pregnancy. If ovulation takes place and the egg isn't fertilized, the lining of the uterus sheds through the vagina. This is a menstrual period.

The menstrual cycle, which is counted from the first day of one period to the first day of the next, isn't the same for every woman. Menstrual flow might occur every 21 to 35 days and last two to seven days. For the first few years after menstruation begins, long cycles are common. However, menstrual cycles tend to shorten and become more regular as you age.

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National Centre for HIV, STD and TB Prevention:  Division of Sexually Transmitted Diseases Childbirth Connection (formerly Maternity Centre Association) | National Advocates for Pregnant Women

Session 5: Autoimmune Disorders

The role of the immune system

To keep the body healthy by destroying that which it perceives to be non-self

Autoimmune Disease

The body mistakes normal tissue for non-self and begins to attack the tissue in an attempt to destroy it. Woman has a much higher incidecen with some conditions occurring 80% -90% I woman

85% of sjogrens syndrome, thyroiditis, lupus, and systemic sclerosis

Common Autoimmune Diseases:

·     Rheumatoid Arthritis
·    Systematic Lupus
·    Hyper and Hypo Thyroid
·     Multiple Sclerosis
·     Pernicious and haemolytic anaemia’s

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Session 6: Paediatric Nursing

Paediatric nursing is a specialization of the nursing profession that focuses on paediatrics and the medical care of children, from infancy to the teenage. This is an essential field because the health of children is entirely distinct from that of adults due to the growth and development that occurs throughout childhood.

Paediatric nurses provide health and medical care for children right from birth through to late teens. These nurses give utmost care to the child while working with the family to address their concerns, fears, problems, and options. Most important tasks included in a general paediatric nurse’s job description. Identify changes in a child’s signs and symptoms and intervene in emergent situations.

·    Maintain privacy and confidentiality in nurse/child relationships
·    Participate in activities to manage child’s pain
·    Analyze situations to predict pathophysiological problems and detect changes in status
·    Administer medication as per the guidelines of WHO.
·    Asses and cater the child’s needs related to pain management
·    Evaluate a child for signs and symptoms of abuse.

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Session 7: Benign Breast Diseases

This is the most common cause of breast problems and up to 30 per cent of women are suffering from a benign breast disorder requiring treatment at some time in their lives.

Common breast conditions include breast lumps, cysts, mastitis, or painful breasts can occur in many women.

Painful breasts:

Often linked to the menstrual cycle in younger women, where both breasts become tender or painful just before the period. This is a normal occurrence caused by fluid retention related to the woman's cycle, which is due to related hormonal activity.

Breast lumps:

The normal glandular tissue of the breast is nodular, which means it is lumpy. This lumpiness or nodularity is predominantly present in the upper outer area of the breast. Nodularity, particularly it varies during the menstrual cycle is normal and not an indication of a breast problem.

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Session 8: Women Nutrition

Better nutrition means stronger immune systems, fewer incidences of illness and better health. The nutritional status of women is important both for the quality their own lives and the survival and healthy development of their children.

Healthy women can fulfil their multiple roles –

Generating income, ensuring their families ‘nutrition, and having healthy children – more effective and thereby help advance countries’ socioeconomic development.

Nutrition for Women

Important Nutrients:

·       Protein: 0.5g\kg wt.
·      Carb: 200g/day
·      Iron: 18mg daily

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Session 9: Gestational Diabetes

Gestational diabetes is a condition in which your blood sugar levels shoot up during pregnancy. It affects up to 12% of women who are pregnant in the U.S. every year. Gestational diabetes can be classified into two types. Women with class A1 can manage it through diet and exercise. Those who have class A2 need to take insulin or other medications.

Gestational diabetes goes off after the mother deliverer’s baby. But it can affect your baby’s health, and it raises your risk of getting type 2 diabetes at a later stage in life. You can follow healthy strategies, so you and your baby stay healthy.

Gestational Diabetes Symptoms

·         You’re thirstier than usual
·         Increased appetite levels and eat more than usual
·         Gestational Diabetes Risk Factors
·         Overweight before you got pregnant

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Session 10: Maternal-Child Nursing

A branch of nursing specialty that deals with the care of women throughout their pregnancy and childbirth and the care of their neonates.

Maternal-child nursing refers to an organized health care provided for child-bearing women and their families. Maternal-child nursing intents to see the birth process as a natural life event rather than a medical procedure. This field of nursing ranges from prenatal care to pregnant women, health care to mothers and their new-born infants. This health care also extends to the entire family.

The maternal-child nurse also needs technical skills in order to effectively understand about the advanced techniques and procedures. This also involves continuing nursing education in order to stay up-to-date about the latest innovations and novel practices in the field. In addition, basic nursing skill is a prerequisite. These include pain management, patient and family education, assessment, diagnosis and communication. Some areas of expertise in maternal-child nursing include effectively treating a pregnant teenager, a critically ill child, or any another group within the community.

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Session 11:  Gynecologic Cancer

Gynecologic cancer is any cancer that starts in a woman’s reproductive organs. Cancer is always named for the part of the body where it starts. Gynecologic cancers begin in different places within a woman’s pelvis, which is the area below the stomach and in between the hip bones.

Types of Gynecologic Cancer

Cervical cancer begins in the cervix, which is the lower, narrow end of the uterus. (The uterus is also called the womb.)

Ovarian cancer begins in the ovaries, which are located on each side of the uterus.

Uterine cancer begins in the uterus, the pear-shaped organ in a woman’s pelvis where the baby grows when she is pregnant.

Vaginal cancer begins in the vagina, which is the hollow, tube-like channel between the bottom of the uterus and the outside of the body.

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Session 12:  Endometriosis

Endometriosis is a disorder where the tissue that makes up the uterine lining (the lining of the womb) grows outside the uterus. Endometriosis is usually found in the lower abdomen, or pelvis, but can appear anywhere in the body. Women with endometriosis often have lower abdominal pain, pain with periods, or pain with sexual intercourse, and may report having a hard time getting pregnant. On the other hand, some women with endometriosis may not have any symptoms at all.

Endometriosis is estimated to affect between 3% and 10% of reproductive-aged women. Endometriosis can only be truly diagnosed by a doctor performing a laparoscopy (a surgery where a doctor looks in the abdomen with a camera usually through the belly button) and taking a sample of a suspected abnormality.

Causes of Endometriosis

There are several different ideas of how and why endometriosis happens. One idea is that when a woman has her period, some of the blood and tissue from her uterus travels out through the fallopian tubes and into the abdominal cavity. This is called retrograde menstruation

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Session 13:  Infertility and Fertility

Fertility is the ability to conceive and have children. Most of us take our fertility for granted but the process of reproduction is complex and sometimes couples experience difficulties when they try to have a baby.

If you are planning to have a baby there are some things you and your partner can do to improve your chance of conceiving and having a healthy baby.

Infertility is defined as the inability to conceive after 12 months or more of unprotected intercourse. About one in nine couples experience fertility difficulties. There are many reasons for this, some relating to the male partner and some to the female partner. If you suspect an infertility problem, talk to your GP who will guide you through the steps of an infertility investigation.

For people who have been diagnosed with cancer, fertility preservation is an important consideration if there is a chance that their cancer treatment may affect their fertility.

Increasingly, fertility preservation is now also being used for non-medical purposes. Egg freezing for social reasons has seen a rise in demand in recent years.

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Market Analysis

The global women’s health market was estimated at $33.0 billion in 2015, $30.88 billion in 2016, USD 108.0 billion in 2017, USD 39.3 billion in 2018. The women’s health market shares postmenopausal osteoporosis, hormonal fertility, endometriosis, birth control, menopause and polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS). In 2018, the postmenopausal osteoporosis accounted for the largest portion of the market because of a growing population of elderly women over 40 and the introduction of various drugs to treat menopausal osteoporosis.

Hormone fertility segment predicted strong growth after birth control because of high fertility-related disorders in developed countries. Furthermore, the availability of several hormonal imbalance drugs and market players’ investment in the segment may improve segment penetration in the coming years. Hormonal imbalances such as thyroid imbalance, prolactin, and estrogenic increase in women because life pressure drives market growth.

The size of the global women’s market is expected to reach $42.12 billion by 2023 and will increase $ 54.6 billion by 2026, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc., which expands at a 4.2% CAGR price during the forecast period. The government and various private organizations are focusing on women’s health all over the world, which may drive the market in the coming years. Women’s coverage is one of the key factors expected to drive the market in developed countries.



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OCM Member
Dr Patricia Kathryn Amado
Professor, Clinical Nursing
University of Miami
Miami, USA
OCM Member
Dr Roy Rillera Marzo
Deputy Dean-Academic and Deputy Head in Medical Research & Ethics
Asia Metropolitan University
Kualalumpur, Malaysia
OCM Member
Dr. Rebecca Love
Director of Nurse Innovation & Entrepreneurship, School of Nursing Northeastern University at Northeastern University, Nurse Innovation & Entrepreneurship
Northeastern University
Boston, USA
OCM Member
Dr.Gerald C. Hsu
Director of eclaireMD Foundation, Metabolic disorders
EclaireMD Foundation
Indiana, USA
OCM Member
Mustafa Z. Younis
Doctor, Department of Health Policy and Management
Jackson State University
Mississippi, USA
OCM Member
Mr. Giuseppe Arena
Chief Nursing Officer ISMETT, UPMC Italy, Nursing
University of Palermo
Rome, Italy
OCM Member
Sam Vaknin
Professor, Psychology
Southern Federal University
Rostov-On-Don, Russia
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