SCHEDULE

We have scheduled our Programs dividing them into Day 1, Day 2, Day 3 in order to make it convenient for you to attend in absolute comfort.

25 Jan
Day 1

Keynote 1
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Biography:

Gary L Murray received a Phi Beta Kappa Bachelor’s degree from Rhodes College, Memphis, TN, USA, receiving the Belk Bible Award for the most outstanding Bible student. After graduating from the Tulane University School of Medicine, New Orleans, LA, USA, his Postdoctoral training was at the University of Tennessee Center of Health Care Sciences, Memphis, TN, USA. He became Co-Director of the Cardiac Catheterization as well as Nuclear Cardiology laboratories at Baptist Hospital, Memphis, TN, USA. He then became Chief of Medicine, Nellis AFB, North Las Vegas, NV, USA. Since, he has been in private practice in Memphis, yet he has managed to publish several articles and co-created the Shad-Murray first pass RNA exercise test for coronary disease that was employed at many centers in the USA and Europe. He participated in clinical trials of the first elective coronary stent, as well as the first coronary atherectomy and laser devices. His ANS studies have been cited in the new textbook on clinical autonomic disorders by Colombo. He has spoken in several countries worldwide. He currently is Director of Research at the Heart and Vascular Institute, Germantown, TN, USA.

Abstract:

The ANS, as measured by heart rate variability(HRV), importantly influences the development and progression of cardiovascular diseases. However use of HRV in daily medical practice has been impractical and inaccurate until now.

Keynote 2
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Dr. Conley works full-time at Research Medical Center, a Level 1 trauma center, as a Charge Nurse on the Progressive Care Unit.  She received her bachelor’s and master’s degree from Saint Louis University and doctorate degree from Medical University of South Carolina. In addition, she is a member of the American Association of Critical Care Nurses, Sigma Theta Tau International, and Kansas City Nurse Research Consortium. Her research interests are in COPD and critical care nursing. In addition, she was awarded March of Dimes Nurse of the Year (Intermediate Care/Telemetry, 2017) and HCA Excellence in Nursing award (2018).

Abstract:

Gratitude has a scientific and positive psychological influence that could benefit job retention among new nurse hires.  Bedside turnover nationally (in the United States) is reported to be 17%, costing hospitals an estimated loss of $300,000 per year for each percentage increase in annual nurse turnover.  Equally important is the nurse turnover impact on quality of patient care and incidence of mortality. 

Keynote 3
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Huang Wei Ling has completed her Graduation in Medicine in Brazil, specializing in infectious and parasitic diseases, General Practitioner, Parenteral and Enteral Medical Nutrition Therapist, Acupuncture and Pain Management Practitioner. Since 2007, she has been disseminating the knowledge of Oriental medicine, especially Traditional Chinese Medicine, in various places around the world, in the treatment of the various pathologies of the human body. She is the Owner of Medical Acupuncture and Pain Management Clinic.

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A Pap smear exam is essential for the investigation of a woman’s cervix health. The material collected can be used to inspect not only malignant or premalignant cell changes, mainly identifying HPV, linked to the formation of cervix cancer on Western Medicine.

In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) though, a tumor is a partial consequence of a systemic disease, which would make the atypical cellular results an indication of a much bigger picture, in this case, energy disharmonies causing the presentation of abnormal results.  

Speaker 1
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Dr. GM Ferreira is a private consulting veterinarian; he received a bachelor’s degree from University of Pretoria (Faculty of veterinary science) in 1983, a master’s degree in preventative medicine from University of Pretoria in 2000 and currently busy with a PhD.

Abstract:

Mastitis is the most costly disease of dairy cows. A pro-active approach includes insuring adequate levels of selective trace minerals. The aim of the study was to determine the effect of two different commercially available injectable selenium products, Na- selenite (inorganic) and Se-methionine (organic) on milk composition, serum and milk selenium concentrations in high yielding Holstein cows on total mix ration. Sixty multiparous cows were randomly selected into three groups of 20, one control and two groups supplemented with injectable trace minerals. Blood and milk samples were collected over a period of 60 days. No specific changes were indicated in milk yield, lactose, milk urea nitrogen (MUN) and milk pH levels compared to baseline values. The Se-methionine supplementation showed a numerical increase in the total milk protein percentage, a negative correlation between serum selenium and somatic cell count (SCC) (initial 24 hours) and a highly significant (p<0.001) increase in milk selenium concentration (initial 24 hours). 

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Dr. Rogers completed his PhD from City University of London in 2016. He is Senior Lecturer in Nursing Sciences, University of East Anglia. He leads modules at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. He was previously Senior Lecturer in Public Health with Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge and Chelmsford, UK. His research interests include lived experiences of living with chronic infectious conditions using Interpretive Phenomenology and Strausian Grounded Theory with Symbolic Interactionism as theoretical framework. He has made several presentations at national and international conferences. His publications are mainly on aspects of Serodiscordant Relationships (SdRs)


Abstract:

In spite of impressive biomedical progress in the care and management of people living with HIV (PLWH), stigma and the shame associated with HIV has persisted. However, stigma by association, or courtesy stigma in relationships with HIV positive partners (SdRs) has not been documented. The proposed oral presentation focuses on how Non-HIV regular sexual partners anticipate courtesy stigma and strategies they adopt to counter or evade the stigma.

Speaker 3
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Prof Edward is a Registered Nurse (RN/BN) with a post graduate degree in psychology and a PhD in Health Science. She is a mental health expert and an implementation scientist. She has expertise in leading large multi-site translational practice-based research in acute care settings in Australia. Prof Edward has attracted over $2 Million in research funding from government, industry and academic sources and is internationally recognised for her work in clinical care for mental and physical health conditions. She has authored over 160 publications (85 in the past 5 years), including 4 books and 14 book chapters. Prof Edward’s current research program involves both national and international interdisciplinary research collaborations in acute healthcare. Her community engagement activities are extensive and include positions such as Chair positions, Board membership, Fellow membership and Committee membership. Prof Edward has an international reputation for implementation science which focuses on acute care settings. She has been the recipient of several prestigious awards including, the Australian Publishers Association award for the best wholly Australian tertiary textbook in nursing education in 2011. In 2012 she was awarded a national award as an Emerging Leader for Catholic Health Australia (which comprised nominees from 75 hospitals nationwide). More recently in 2013 she was voted one of Australia’s Five Most Inspirational Nurses by the 300,000 readers of Nursing Review. She was the recipient of the 2016 Australian College of Operating Room Nurses (ACORN) National Award for ‘Team Research in Perioperative Settings’ for a successful national translational research collaborative.

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We undertook a systematic review to examine the impacts of early breast cancer diagnosis (≤ 2 years post diagnosis) in relation to quality of life and personal resilience.  The review was a part of a longitudinal study examining a cohort of women breast cancer patients with regard to body image, resilience and intimacy. We identified that younger age, disease progression at first presentation, personality factors such as optimism, and moderators such as social support, clinical interventions and development of self-management abilities predicted better quality of life and personal resilience. Not recovering from physical and psychological impacts of a new diagnosis had implications for future mental and physical health.

Speaker 4
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Kyoko Kajihara have a licenses of nurse and midwife in Japan. Also Kyoko Kajihara had worked at the maternity and NICU ward in the hospital for 15 years. And then,Kyoko have been teaching nursing care in maternal and women’s health in the nursing college for 16 years. Kyoko interested in the history of midwifery education. So, Kyoko is the member of the Japanese Society for the History of Medicine,and Nursing. Kyoko Kajihara also keep studying and researching about the women’s health and midwifery education in the world.

Abstract:

The name of "midwife" had been changing from the ancient time to now. It was changed by "woman who assist the childbirth" in 1948 and “midwife" in 2002 .In the Meiji era (from 1867~), there is an old midwife and a new midwife. The old midwife who didn't get professional education at that time. They were supported by experience by their own and traditional knowledge. On the other hand "new midwife" is a qualifier, the persons who became a midwife later and they got the education by Western medicine.

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Barasa Das(M.Sc (N),PGDHHM,barshadas13dk@gmail.com Barasa Das, from Guwahati ,Assam. She has pursued B.Sc(N)& M.Sc (N) from Asian Institute of Nursing Education in 2011and 2015 under the university of SNDT women’s , Mumbai,India. She has done M.Sc in medical surgical nursing discipline. She has passed Post Graduate Diploma in Health & Hospital from IGNOU and done a project on utilization of radiology department in MMCH and is Ph.d scholar under Srimanta Shankaradeva University of Health and Sciences,Guwahati,Assam,India. Her discipline in Ph.D is epidemiological study of Traumatic Brain Injury. She has attended and presented in many International and National seminar and conferences. She has undergone training in BLS and ACLS from singhealth, Singapore.

Abstract:

The young adults need to be aware of head injury and its preventive aspects. They need to understand the causes of Head Injury, risk factors and its application of preventive measures. It is utterly important and urgent to make aware and motivate young adults to practice preventive measures of Head Injury.

Speaker 9
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I have been researching the health of centenarians and elderly people. "Exercise" plays an important role in the element of healthy and longevity.I want a society where the elderly people can live healthy, enjoyable and live long.I look forward to meeting you?

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In the elderly, reduction and decrease in the balancing function of lower limb musclestrength with age, the risk of falling due to adecrease in walking function isincreasing. To build a foot care program that the elderly can do themselves to preventfalls. We analyze d the current status and problems of foot care in the elderly bysearching literature for the keywords of foot care, fall prevention, and foot careprograms for the elderly, and clarify the foot care that the elderly can use to preventfalls. It has been said that in e lderly people with abnormalities in toenails or abnormalform, such as the external g rowths i nter limb pressure decreases by 20 to 30%,affecting leg muscle strength and balancing ability related to walking

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